It's time for some 'masti'!

The Students’ Council of the college organises Dhwani, the annual inter-collegiate cultural fest. Literally meaning, an ‘inner sound of music’, it is one of the most awaited fests in the City.     

Dhwani 2010 will be an exciting and colourful celebration spread over two days of pulsating energy, stunning talent exhibit and non-stop masti! Dhwani attaches itself to a social cause. There will be an interesting mix of art, literary, stage and non-stage events during the fest.

The art events include ‘soap bar carving’, ‘wealth out of waste’, costume designing, face painting, hair styling, rangoli, sketching, cooking without fire etc. Some of the literary events to be held are debate, Bhel Puri, ‘JAM’, poetry-writing, creative-writing, general quiz etc.

Among the ‘special events’ are computer gaming, kitchen orchestra, ‘Roadie: Treasure Hunt’ while the stage events are Indian theme dance, Indian non-theme dance, ‘Mock Rock’, classical dance etc. Also lined up is Indian light music instrumental music, one-act play etc.

Dhwani this time will incorporate two crowd-pulling fests — Nakshatra, the language fest and Sanskriti, the women’s fest. Sanskriti, the inter-collegiate extravaganza exclusively for ladies, promises to showcase the talent of women.

The events included in this section are ‘Brides of India’, cloth designing, Mehendi, flower arrangement and many others.  Sanskriti, which means tradition, seeks to give femininity a new dimension, from the timeless Indian woman to the confident, modern-day entrepreneurs.

Nakshatra, the language fest, seeks to give an opportunity to students belonging to the Hindi Parishad and the Kannada Sangha associations in this college as well as colleges around the City to display their talent and skills in various competitions conducted by the fest.

Nakshatra, meaning star, seeks to promote the culture of our country and popularise the native languages among the youth. The events to be conducted in this section are Bhel  Puri, creative writing, antakshari etc.

Dhwani is open to the degree colleges of India.  About 70 colleges are participating this year. The fest on both the days begins at 9 am. 

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