Patna Women’s College Hosts Spectacular Holi Dance Competition

Patna, Bihar: Celebrating the vibrant festival of Holi, Patna Women’s College organized a mesmerizing Holi Dance Competition on March 23, 2024, at 09:30 A.M. The event, held at the Sports Ground of Patna Women’s College, commenced with the traditional lighting of the Holika pyre by Dr. Sister M. Rashmi A.C., the esteemed Principal of the college.

Nine groups participated enthusiastically in the competition, each showcasing unique and diverse Holi celebrations from different parts of the nation through their captivating dance performances. The rhythmic beats and colorful choreography brought alive the spirit of Holi as the participants danced to popular tunes like ‘Rang-Rang De,’ ‘Tere rang,’ and ‘Holiya mein udde re gulaal.’

Addressing the gathering, Dr. Manjula Sushila, Head of the Department of Hindi, emphasized the significance of the festival and the profound importance of colors in our lives. She advised the participants to focus more on their dance performances and less on stunts, encouraging them to immerse themselves fully in the joyous spirit of the occasion.

Following the performances, Dr. Sister M. Rashmi A.C., Principal of Patna Women’s College, commended the students for their outstanding efforts and dedication. The competition was judged by a panel of esteemed faculty members, including Dr. Manjula Sushila, Dr. Priyanka from the Department of History, and Ms. Divya Gautam from the Department of Mass Communication (BMC).

The entire program was conducted under the able supervision of Dr. Sister M. Rashmi A.C., Principal, and Dr. Sister M. Tanisha A.C., Vice-Principal of Patna Women’s College. The seamless coordination and execution of the event were ensured by the Cultural Coordinators, Dr. Sister Celine Crasta A.C. from the Department of History, Ms. Puja Kumari from the Department of Commerce, and Ms. Enakshi Dey Biswas, Coordinator of Performing Arts.

The event was gracefully anchored by Somya Srivastava, Premier, and Divisha Kumari Singh, Joint General Secretary of the Student Council 2023-24, who kept the audience engaged throughout. Akanksha, Joint Cultural Secretary, delivered a heartfelt vote of thanks, expressing gratitude to all participants, judges, faculty, and staff for making the event a grand success.

The winners of the Holi Dance Competition were selected based on their creativity, synchronization, and overall presentation. Their names will be announced separately, reflecting their exceptional talent and dedication.

The Holi Dance Competition at Patna Women’s College not only showcased the artistic prowess of the students but also fostered a sense of cultural harmony and camaraderie among all participants. It served as a reminder of the rich cultural heritage of our country and the joyous spirit of festivals that bring people together in celebration.

Overall, the event was a resounding success, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of everyone present, and further reinforcing the ethos of unity and creativity upheld by Patna Women’s College.

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