Hues of harmony

BANGALORE: CMR Institute of Management Studies organised an international students fest Myriad 2012, on campus recently. The theme for the day was ‘human rights’ with special focus on Af

Published: 31st March 2012 12:53 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 09:51 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: CMR Institute of Management Studies organised an international students fest Myriad 2012, on campus recently.

The theme for the day was ‘human rights’ with special focus on Africa. International students from various countries exhibited their talent in various forms. The students performed a fusion dance (Mauritius, Laos, Vietnam, Mongolia and Bhutan) and students from Congo introduced their traditional songs to the audience. Srilankan, Bhutanese, Tibetan, Nepalese folk dances added colour to the event.

To match the tempo of the International students, the Indian students too presented a cultural fiesta. The Gujarati and Rajasthani dances brought is colours while the Indian Choir and the Western choir regaled the audience with their symphony and rhythm. Another key event was the fashion show. The grand finale was a jugalbandi, an ensemble of musical instruments, which delighted and thrilled the audience. The entire cultural extravaganza replete with dances and songs was a visual treat and provided a peak into the cultures of the world. Students who had excelled in academic and extracurricular activities were felicitated on the occasion.

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