It was a enjoyable day for the scholars of Shaheed Rajguru School of Utilized Sciences for Girls after they organized a Diwali mela not too long ago. From many stalls and a wall of wellness to ethnic attires and dance competitions, there was a plethora of actions for everybody to get pleasure from. College students from completely different schools of Delhi College got here to take part within the competitions organized on the Diwali mela.

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Sakshi Arora (BCCL/ Lokesh Kashyap)

Wearing ethnic greatest

The scholars made certain to decorate of their ethnic greatest, however with a contact of fusion, to characterize the nation’s numerous cultures. Bhumika Sachdeva, a third-year scholar, was wearing an Assamese apparel. “I knew a lot of the women will put on both a skirt or salwar kameez. However I needed to look completely different and on the similar time needed to point out our wealthy Indian tradition. I haven’t seen anybody right here representing the northeast and that’s why selected this Assamese costume which I borrowed from my landlady. Being a Haryanvi, it makes it extra particular for me to decorate up like an Assamese,” she shared.

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Bhumika Sachdeva (BCCL/ Lokesh Kashyap)

Taking part in host to different DU schools

College students from different DU school got here to the Diwali mela to take part in competitions like ad-mad, solo dance, group dance, antakshri with a twist, on-line and offline images and rangoli making, amongst others. Rashmi Singh, a scholar of Vivekanand School, stated, “I’ve come right here to take part in Ms Ethnic. I really like to decorate up and it is a nice platform to point out my modeling expertise, particularly in ethnic put on.”

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College students having fun with the performances on the school (BCCL/ Lokesh Kashyap)

Wall of wellness to unfold positivity

Seeing the rising stress and negativity on the earth right now, Aarambh, the psychology society of the faculty, requested individuals to jot down constructive issues about life on a wall, which they known as the Wall of Wellness. Rajeshwari, a member of Aarambh, stated, “We’re speaking to individuals about well being and happiness. The one motive of this wall is to unfold positivity. Individuals are coming right here and writing good issues about life in order that different individuals can learn it and know that life is gorgeous.”

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College students writing on the wall of wellness (BCCL/ Lokesh Kashyap)

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Sport of hoops (BCCL/ Lokesh Kashyap)

Diwali mela with fun games and positivity at Rajguru College




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