Fun and games all the way

Fun and games all the way

Cultural extravaganza

Fun and games all the way

MS Ramaiah College of Arts, Science and Commerce recently celebrated its inter-class cultural extravaganza that was spread over three days.

After two months of vigorous academics, the students welcomed this fresh interlude to revitalise themselves.

Various competitions, both on-stage and off-stage were organised, which helped to reveal the co-curricular facet of the students that is not generally seen in the classrooms.
Some of the events that were held included dance, singing, fashion show, rangoli making, cooking without fire, face painting, vegetable carving, flower arrangement, mehendi and pencil sketching.

There was participation in large numbers. A lot of hidden talent emerged, especially in the group dance category, where students showcased their talents by dancing to the varied beats of yakshagana and hip-hop.

Overall, it was a fun-filled event and the whole college wore a festive look on those three days. The air was charged with gaiety, energy and dynamism as the students vied with one another in a healthy and holistic set up to march towards victory.

“It was quite a gala event. Not only did I have a great time but also got the chance to bond with my juniors and sub-juniors since we cheered for each others’ performances throughout. The auditorium was buzzing with excitement,” says Bidisha Guha, a third-year BSc student.

Divya Mukhopadhyay, who is pursuing BA, adds, “I think it is events like these that truly boost the spirit of our youth. The way students went up to the stage and boldly performed before an enormous crowd shows how enthusiastic they really are about cultural activities.

I’m glad that I was a part of it.”What was unique was the lack of criticism and acceptance of each other’s talents. “Every performance was good. I particularly loved the dances and the fashion show.

I felt like getting up from my seat and dancing to the tunes. The atmosphere was exhilarating and I enjoyed it very much,” says Harshit Pandey, a third-year BBM student.