The evening of 14th March marked the end of 8thnicia ‚Äò19, the annual cultural festival of North East Students‚Äô Cell, Kirori Mal College. The fest kicked off with a panel discussion in the morning in which Amarjit Sharma and Sandipan Talukdar discussed on the burning topic of ‚ÄúCitizenship (Amendment) Bill‚Äù.
The seminar was followed by a photo exhibition titled ‚ÄúIncident‚Äù by one of the Cell‚Äôs very own executive member, Hrishikesh Talukdar, which portrayed the lives of North-Eastern people in Delhi. All this happened while at the same time students munched on delicious North-Eastern cuisine and played various types of games. A quiz was also conducted before the main event, which witnessed great enthusiasm from the students who were present.¬† ¬† ¬†
The awaited cultural session began at 3:00 PM with cultural performances, both in movement and melody from various colleges all across Delhi University representing an even wider range of ethnic cultures from North-East India. The fest concluded with a cultural ramp walk which displayed various cultural attires of different ethnic communities of the North-East.¬† ¬†
Under the teamwork of the Executive Members, the cultural fest was marked with great success and grand acceptance. The vibrant cultures of the North-Eastern states displayed in the fest was truly indeed a celebration of life!¬† ¬† ¬†
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