8THNICIA by Kirori Mal College!

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The fourth day of March holds a special place in the hearts of all Kirorians. It marked the day
of the biggest annual celebration of culture and togetherness in Kirori Mal College, called
8thnicia. When the clock struck 1100 hours, the Canteen Lawn was filled with enthusiastic
faces who had come to witness and be a part of this grand celebration.
The fest featured wonderful works of arts, from digital art to painting to photography, all
done by the students of the Cell. The hungry stomachs of the audience were filled by the food
stalls, which were run by the students and the food partners. A plethora of cultural souvenirs
were put up for those who wanted to take back with them a piece of the northeast. Placards
and posters were also put up to help the visiting students get a better knowledge of the
complex northeast region.
The main event began at 1500 hours, which showcased the rich cultural heritage of the
northeast in the form of movements and music. Taking the stage to welcome the audience
was the Vice-President, Lobsang Phuntso who hosted the event. The welcome address was
delivered by the General Secretary, Imliwabang L Jamir, after which the cultural programme
The aesthetically decorated stage witnessed a bucket-full of performances ranging from folk
songs, to traditional forms of dances by various cultural dance troupes from different colleges
and by the Cell’s own students as well. As is a norm for all the Cell’s events, mother nature
gave the Cell a major scare yet again when she sent her rain down on the event, which
fortunately receded after a few minutes. The event concluded with the vote of thanks being
delivered by the President, Calvin Ginminlien Zou, who gave a heart-warming speech and
reminded all that we are one.

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