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Enthralling folk performance at Udaan Utsav

Enthralling folk   performance at   Udaan Utsav

The fifth edition of Udaan Utsav 2020 culminated on March 6 in the presence of Manoj Tiwari (MP) along with Pradeep Bhandari, a Psephologist and the author of 'Modi Mandate 2019'.

Manoj Tiwari enthralled the students by singing his popular numbers. Another highlight of Udaan Utsav 2020 was the folk dance performances from different states.

Manoj Tiwari encouraged all the students to take up creative arts and announced that he will produce a film, taking students from Udaan. He also asked all the students to opt for social media detox and focus on learning new skills and art.

More than 1200 students participated in the different competitions at Udaan Utsav include jewellery designing, storytelling, film making, visual arts, poster making, painting and creative writing.

The Hindu College won in the category of folk dance followed by

Daulat Ram and Miranda House. PGDAV Evening College won in the category of film making; Keshav Maha Vidyalaya won in poster-making;

College of Art in Painting; Aryabhatt

College in theater.

There was also debate sessions 'Aapki Panchaya' on topical issues, Tale of two humans - a story with two narrators talking about present day issues, mystery solving puzzle 'Palace of Illusions' along with quiz games.

Pradeep Bhandari, Psephologist and author, addressed the students said, "You are the future of our country. As long as you come with new ideas, there is no one who can stop you. There isn't any limit to talent and creativity".

"The youth of our country is immensely talented in various fields of arts; we at Udaan are trying to provide such opportunity where our future will grow and shine", said Anupam Bhatnagar, President, Udaan.

Commenting on the culmination of the Udaan Utsav 2020, Sumit Maluja, Convenor, Udaan, said, "India is known for its diverse expanse, cultures, traditions, cuisines and the warmth of emotions. We should engage more with the students to make them understand India's rich cultural heritage."

The three-day festival saw more than 3000 students from 80 colleges and eight universities, showcasing their creative talents and skills.

The festival was focused on four major themes such as 'Digital World – Old vs New', 'Jai Jawan- Jai Kisan', 'Celebration of Womanhood' and 'Inspirational Unsung Heroes.'

The last day of the Utsav was full of youthful vibrancy and zeal that

witnessed splendid performances along with awaited results. The energy and enthusiasm amongst the students kept the spirit of our rich and varied

culture.

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