Fun from dawn to dusk

Fun from dawn to dusk


Fun from dawn to dusk

Participants from different colleges across the country took part in the interesting events held over three days. The event concluded on a big note as well.

The college campus was lit up and decorated with colourful posters and art-work, all depicting the theme of the fest — Aquamarine, which was an effort of the skilled design and creative teams.

Events like circuit debugging, street-soccer, gully cricket and food fight drew a huge crowd and a large number of participants. Other contests like mad-ads, Western electric and Western acoustic left the spectators asking for more. The students of BNM Institute of Technology put forth a creative piece in mad ads, where in they imitated film stars. 

On the second day, the college had exhibits all over campus displaying the varied talent that participants had shown in competitions like collage, rangoli, photography and flower arrangement. “We eagerly look forward to Aatmatrisha every year. The reason is because the fest provides a visual treat with a variety of events with obviously, the rock performance being the highlight,” says Vishal from RNS Institute of Technology.

The cultural night, comprising a dance competition titled AT Promenade, had a spectacular array of performances in both Western and Eastern genres.
Actress Sanjjanaa, the chief guest for the cultural evening, seemed to be enjoying herself thoroughly.

The fashion show, called Aurumtrisha was another crowd-puller as models sashayed the ramp in creations that were inspired by the element of gold and were not just wearable but extremely regal, classy and elegant as well.

The highlight of the three-day carnival was a live concert by the Pakistani music sensation Jal on the concluding day.

Food was another thing that the students enjoyed. The stalls provided food for every palate, right from chaats to cold, colourful ice golas and spicy Indian kebabs.
The three-day extravaganza enthralled the students from various colleges in and around the City with non-stop, foot-tapping and heart-pumping fun from dawn to dusk.

“If you missed this opportunity, you will just have to wait till we are back with Aatmatrisha 2011,” beamed Shruti Nair, the core team member.