College fests are the most awaited event for every student. Such events are believed to be mystical that brings out the best in every participant. Students believe that college fests are one of the major lookout points when eyeing to get admission into a college.
Such fests tend to break the monotonous schedule of a regular student, allowing them to showcase their talent or make the most out of the workshops, activities and other interactive sessions to simply get out of the study mode.
Take a dig into six such ought to attend college fests in India those are a testimony to the sheer magnitude.
MOODI by IIT Bombay
Jump into the beats and grooves of artists coming from across the globe to perform at Mood Indigo (MOODI); the largest annual cultural fest organized by IIT Bombay. This year, IIT B is organizing MOODI from December 26 to 29.
You will be bewitched by the aura of this event which is lit by pronites, shows, games and beyond. Other highlights include exploring the underwater world with scuba diving and experiencing the winter chills in Mumbai’s Snow Kingdom.
OASIS by BITS Pilani
Indulge into 96 hours of unadulterated thrills in the form of music, art, dance, fashion, humour and thus far at OASIS by BITS Pilani. The event witnesses a footfall of 5000 plus students every year and is known to be the second-largest cultural fest in India.
This year, the enthralling OASIS event was lined up for professional shows and exciting events. Madhur Bhandarkar – the chief guest kick-started with the event for an ecstatic experience.
The centrepiece of the entire OASIS event is the Rap war. Rappers from every nooks and corner of the country come to participate in this event.
One World by LPU
LPU never fails to amaze the crowd every year with its varied range of cultural fests. Boasting the most happening campus in the country, cultural events at LPU are actually a carnival for students and guests.
One such enchanting fest organized by LPU is “One World” which is a 3 days long mega event happening in the month of November every year. Through this event, the university aims to celebrate the cultural diversity of international students coming from 70+ countries. The applaudable cultural diversity at LPU is nothing less than a “Mini World” in Punjab.
From Coke Studio concerts to solar car racing and the most happening Youth Vibe, Lovely Professional University is the epitome of cultural fests in India.
SAARANG by IIT Madras
One of the biggest of its kind in Chennai, SAARANG is the annual cultural fest organized by IIT Madras. Get ready to lose oneself in the action-packed Adrenaline Zone of Chennai from January 8 to January 12.
You will be overwhelmed by the performances of world-renowned artists, bedazzling shows to frolicsome events.
SAARANG has reached a milestone in celebrating talent and catering to a wide variety of student interests. Started in 1970 as Mardi Gras, the event proudly stands today as the focal point in Vellore and witnesses a footfall of more than 60000 students from different parts of India.
RIVIERA by VIT
RIVIERA, which means revealing the era is the annual sports and cultural fest organized by VIT. The event witnesses a footfall of 40000+ students every year. It is truly a celebrity galore which is lit by more than 120 events lined up for this 2 to 3 days carnival.
Get ready for the annual cultural extravaganza – RIVIERA, which is set to be held in the month of February at the Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT).
The major attraction of RIVIERA is the Star Night which happens to attract a huge crowd. Adding to the glory are live music and dance performances, art exhibitions and concerts by world-famous artists.
RENDEZVOUS by IIT Delhi
The annual cultural fest of IIT Delhi, RENDEZVOUS is a beautiful platter of music, art, dance, workshops and poetry competitions. RENDEZVOUS popularly known as RDV is identified as north India’s biggest cultural fest donned with a myriad of cultural hues. It is a compilation of 104 events spread across 4 days.
Organized in the month of October every year, the event is known to witness as many as 50000 students from colleges across the country.