For a packed weekend

For a packed weekend

The National Law School of India University will play host to three major events between November 19 and 22 at its campus.

   Woven around the theme of Cartoons and Comics, the string of events open with RampArt, a fashion competition, followed by LeGala, the annual literary and cultural festival and finally Strawberry Fields, the Rock Fest.
   RampArt is akin to glamour and innovation. Held at Sutra at the Lalit Ashok this year, RampArt will see students from Shrishti and Mount Carmel, who will participate in two highly competitive rounds. It has always provided a platform for budding models from across colleges and universities to display their talent and creativity.
LeGala includes events such as JAM (Just A Minute), pictionary, dumb charades, 20 Questions and ipso facto (a whole Quiz fest in itself that consists of NLS Open Quiz).

LeGala also houses cultural events such as eastern and western music competitions, choreography, street plays, madAds, face and toe painting, jam, sketching... to mention a few. 

   In an effort to enhance participation, there are more smaller events such as sponge throwing, gossip girls quiz and arm wrestling competition.
Strawberry Fields, voted as the best college rock fest by Rock Street Journal, has earlier played host to some of India’s top bands such as Bhayanak Maut Moksha, Junk Yard Groove, Motherjane, Thermal and a Quarter, Zero and Antaragni.
   More than 50 bands are slated to participate this year. The rock fest kicks off on November 20 with the prelims. The grand finals, between the five best participating bands, will be held on November 22, with Parikrama and Inner Sanctum headlining the concert.

   Strawberry Fields has always had a tradition of promoting rock music, not just for the audience, for whom entry is completely free, but also for the up-and-coming rock bands.
They are given an opportunity to come to the campus and perform their music at nominal rates, all on state-of-the-art equipment.