Taarangana-The Annual Cultural Fest Of Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University Kickstarts 2nd February

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Taarangana is the annual cultural fest of Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women, which takes place around the month of February. Taking place in a span of two days, it is a complete extravaganza with a plethora of mind boggling events and celebration of the spirit of youth, festivity and glee.

With the theme of this year’s edition being ‘The Sentinel Saga’, Taarangana is all ready to bring to you a range of stunning spectacle, promising you two days full of complete exhilaration. The fest is set to take place on 2nd February’ 2018 till the 3rd of February’ 2018.

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Taarangana-The Annual Cultural Fest Of Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University Kickstarts 2nd February

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The events lined up for these 2 days are all exceptional, with the remarkable theme, incorporated. There will be mainly two categories of events: Formal and Informal. The formal events include Synnove (solo dance), Antraa (group singing), Lilac Dream (fashion show) and Quillography (creative writing) to name a few. The informal events, on the other hand, are events filled with amusement and fun. There is Pop Art, Eat to Beat, Prom Night, Blind dating and the latest addition to the list, Lip Sync Battle among others. And along with these, there are also Pro Nights on both the days to promise a night filed with elation.

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Summing up, Taarangana is all prepared to deliver the best of the best to guarantee you two days with nothing less than absolute gaiety. So, mark your calendars and save the dates and don’t forget to register for Taarangana’ 18 and the events on the official website.

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Shivam Malhotra
A social media enthusiast who is in love with this digital world! Wrote the first article for DU Express in May 2016.

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