Dance competition by SPIC MACAY portrays India’s diverse culture on one stage

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Students performing an Indian dance as part of  ‘Innovative Indian dance competition’ organised by SPIC MACAY and St Agnes College in the College Auditorium.

From Punjab’s Bhangra to Maharashtra’s Lavani, India’s unique culture came alive on one stage. Saturday afternoon in St Agnes College was energetic and colourful! Thanks to the ‘Innovative Indian dance competition’ organised by SPIC MACAY in the College Auditorium.

SPIC MACAY is a non-political nationwide voluntary movement that organises programmes of classical music and dance, folk arts, crafts, yoga, classic cinema screenings, heritage walks, etc. inside school and college campuses throughout the world to make students more aware about Indian and world heritage.

The competition at St Agnes aimed to recognise the dancing talents by giving them an opportunity.

Teams from different college departments put up a variety of dance shows, each featuring different types of Indian dance forms. Each team was given around 4 minutes. Indira Gandhi Award winner Harshika Shetty was the judge for the event.

Team 13 won the first place, followed by Team 2 and Team 8 won the third place in the competition.

The dance event was coordinated by Mrs Shubarekha .

Report by – Mahima and Amanda – Ist BA Journalism

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