Dyal Singh Evening College, University of Delhi brings to you an eclectic blend of art and the old world charm. We present to you the 29th Rajnigandha on 6th, 7th and the 8th of February. With increased warmth and zeal, the list of events is as follows:
Day 1 (6th February)
To embrace the rawness of street and witness the unparalleled energy of it’s artists, Junoon: The Dramatics Society brings to you it’s annual street play event. Along with it, the Ad mad competition ‘Bazaar.’
Rang De Zameen and Shades of Grey
Be as playful with colours as you like and be a part of Rang de zameen, the Rangoli making competition organised by Aakriti: the fine arts society. Call out to the artistic streak in you with the sketching competition: shades of grey.
Day 2 (7th February)
Soothe your soul with the magical rhythms. Rishabh: The music society brings to you the following events for Day two.
SAPTAK: The Indian classical solo competition. SWAR: The light Indian solo competition CRESCENDO: The western solo competition SWARANJALI: The Indian classical group competition SHOWDOWN: The battle of Bands
Aakriti: The fine arts society presents the following for day two,
The vintage artefact: Poster making competition Garb-O-Rama: Best out of waste
Day 3 (8th February)
Aakriti: The fine arts society presents the following for day three,
Inkscribe: Tattoo making competition
The dressing war: Costume making competition
Cyclone: The western dance society presents
The dancing toes: Western solo dance competition
Dance station: Western group dance competition
Toss away all the inhibitions and let loose on the beats of the Indian folklore.
Phulkari: The folk dance society presents,
Nrityanjali: Folk group dance competition
Natraj: Solo folk dance competition
Register on the link below: https://goo.gl/forms/ehD0kcCxa57iCJ4n1
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