Youth Fest touches musical note on Day 2


The second day of Youth Fest began on a surrealistic note, when the aura of MCM DAV College, Sector 36 echoed with melodious music in forms of various competitions. The real magical element of music shone in the performances of all the teams, as the first competition of the day was Indian Orchestra. The other competitions were Kavishri, Vaar Singing, Kali singing, Classical Dance Solo and Group Dance. The participating teams brought out the essence of poetry and valuable words of various great poets and philosophers. Sensitive topics like female infanticide and patriotism were being portrayed in their piece of art. Using various props, the girls showcased their versatility amazingly well and with their zeal, they set the stage on fire. Mai Bhago College for Women won the first prize in Kavishri; while National College for Women, Machiwara took away first prize in Vaar Singing. Simran Chaudhary, from MCM DAV College won the first position in Classical Vocal, enchanting everyone with her mellifluous voice.

The spirit of India’s art and culture was also exhibited through the mesmerizing talents of the girls in Pakhi Making, Knitting Embroidery, Phulkari, Crochet, and Cross-Stitch. The participants beautifully showcased their colorful talents through the mehandi-cones to leave everyone in awe! The happiness and energy in the atmosphere was out of bounds, when the colorful threads began to shape their imagination into reality. Mehak Kharia, from Post Graduate Govt College for Girls, Sector 11 won the first prize in Mehandi Competition; while Priya Raj from Govt. Home Science College, Sector-10 bagged first position in Pakhi Making Competition.

Photo-Credit: Siddhant Sharma (SD College 32)

Photo-Credit: Siddhant Sharma (SD College 32)

The day also witnessed brilliance of the participants in various other competitions like On-the-spot painting, photography competition, collage-making, cartooning, clay modeling, etc. Girls showcased their artistic bent in every way possible to bring about the real essence of art. MCM DAV College won the first prize in Still Life Drawing, On-the-spot painting and Clay modeling. GCG-11 excelled in the skills of photography and collage-making. The second day ended on a happy note with smiles and contentment on each face!

About the Author:

Gunjan Kapur (MCM DAV 36)

Gunjan Kapur
(MCM DAV 36)

An extrovert. National level debater, fond of communicating with people and observing them. A budding writer, huge coffee fan! Believes in radiating positivity and good vibes, if not anything else! A good heart and an even better intent is all it takes to befriend people.


Roshni Ahuja (MCM DAV 36)

Roshni Ahuja
(MCM DAV 36)

20! English honours. Logolept.
Seeks soulful delight in entwining imagination and words. Exhales poetry!  Invests sincere interest in Dramatics. Travel to unravel~


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