Fun-filled fest to kick start in city

BANGALORE: The techno-cultural fest, Acharya Habba 2012 will be held in the city on March 15, 16 and 17. The event is expected to start with a flash mob dance where over 9000 students will par

Published: 27th February 2012 06:11 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:04 PM   |  A+A-

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File photo of the event held last year

BANGALORE: The techno-cultural fest, Acharya Habba 2012 will be held in the city on March 15, 16 and 17. The event is expected to start with a flash mob dance where over 9000 students will participate in the event.

Various competitions like the feet thumping, dance competition, skits, fashion shows will be held at the event to encourage students to participate.

The laser light show, gigantic beams and the fire work will be the highlight of the fest. Competition like quiz, computer games, poster painting, collage, face painting, dance and mad ads are also part of the event.

Speaking about the fest, Amit, a member of the core committee of Acharya Habba said, “This time we are expecting to captivate over 20,000 youths across the state and more than 60 colleges are going to participate in this mega techno culture event. Students from multitude culture ethnicities and nationalities makes this event a global show. Students from different countries like Tanzania, Iraq, Bhutan, UK, Afghanistan, South Korea etc bring their cultural edge to the Acharya Habba.”

Neema Moses, a student concluded, “Purpose of ‘Acharya Habba-2012’ is to communicate and get people from different culture and backgrounds together, and to make the event memorable for all participants.”

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