Dussehra Celebrations

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As one of the most revered festivals of Indian culture, Dussehra, the Vijaydashmi was celebrated in the Track Field in all its sanctity and glory on 5th October. The beauty of celebration lay in the sterling presentation of Ramleela by the little girls, thereby, bringing all the characters to life before the inquisitive gathering. Supurnakha floored the audience with her performance and was accorded a huge round of applause. The Administrator, Mr Nikhil Rudra, performed the Aarti of Shri Ram, Sita, and Lakshmana and in his address to the Jindal community, he exhorted the significance of the festival, the victory of good, humility, and right over evil, arrogance, and wrong. He further urged everyone to burn all the negativity that rattles inside with the burning of Ravana. Another highlight of the festival was the ‘Best-out-of-Waste’ creation of the massive ‘Green-effigy’ of Ravana with the stuffing of waste paper strips and not crackers by the Art Department with the help of Student-Green Warriors. The Administrator set alight the effigy of  Ravana and the bright evening drew to a close with Jindalites dancing to celebrate the emotion and the principle of truthfulness and righteousness that the Ramayana symbolises.

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