Celebrating King’s birthday in style

BANGALORE: Bhutanese Student Association of Acharya Institute (BSAAI) from Acharya Institute of Graduate Studies, celebrated 32nd birthday of the fifth King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck on t

Published: 06th March 2012 10:17 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:30 PM   |  A+A-

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Bhutenese students at the cultural event

BANGALORE: Bhutanese Student Association of Acharya Institute (BSAAI) from Acharya Institute of Graduate Studies, celebrated 32nd birthday of the fifth King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck on their premises in Soldevanahalli. Over 150 students participated in the event. The celebration showcased the ethnicity of their country by wearing their traditional attire.

The chief guests of the programme were Dr Vijay Kumar, HR and IA of Acharya Institute and Professor Gurunath Vaidya, principal of Acharya Institute of Graduate Studies.

The cultural programmes included musical chair, fashion show, fun games, dances and solo song performances by students form Bhutan.

Yeshi, a student from Bhutan said, “I enjoyed the celebration because I got a chance to meet all the Bhutanese students studying in other departments.”

Lama, another student said, “We worship the king as our god and we are thrilled  of the celebration. Along with the celebration it is also a good reason for the union of the Bhutanese students in college.”

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