Fests, whether they be cultural or technical, help you sharpen your skills, interact with different people and have the time of your life. Read on to take a peek at this colourful aspect of MIT.
During her latest recital at the Nizam Club, Hyderabad, Smt. Arati Ankalikar, a two time National Award winner, gave the gathering a glimpse of the world of Hindustani classical music through her renditions of the works of Pandit Ravi Shankar, Ustad Ghulam Ali Khan, and
Kanan Gill and Urooj Ashfaq, in association with LVC, are set to perform a sold-out show at Fortune Inn Valley View on the 11th March 2018. Students are highly anticipating the comedians’ arrival on Manipal’s burgeoning stand-up scene.
And Then There Were None – a timeless classic by Agatha Christie adapted to the theater stage by Aaina Dramatics.
As part of MILAP, Manipal University’s literature festival, the MIT Post interviewed the groundbreaking director extraordinaire, Aruna Raje. With topics ranging from the condition of the film industry all those years ago to feminism and the roles of men and women in the world today, Ms. Aruna Raje did not hold back.
‘Laugh until your belly hurts and then laugh just a little bit more’ Dramanon’s Comikaze-VII took this as a challenge and succeeded with excellent plays infused with impressive humour.
‘Daira’ treated Manipal to their music with a brief performance and an interactive session in this event organised by Chords & Co. Read on about this band from Mumbai and the delightful evening that followed.
MIT’s Hindi literary club, Goonj, planned a line-up of incredibly well-executed acts to commemorate ‘Matrubhasha Divas’ on the 21st of February, 2017. The event lived up to its expectations, with a variety of linguistic talent on display.
Tin Pan Alley came to life at KC as Jam Night facilitated promising bands a chance to sky-rocket into the limelight, and of course, attract and entertain a sizable audience.
Padma Shri winner Bhajan Sopori enthralls the audience with Hindustani classical and reminds them that it is not without reason that the santoor has survived for centuries.