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.
“On one particular instance, he was blindfolded when taken to a historical site to ensure that he wouldn’t learn the route and return at a later date”. During the 70s and 80s, the heritage conservationist Vijaynath Shenoy set out on a journey to save our history and culture. In this article, we explore the Hastha Shilpa Heritage Village, the result of his vision, and get a glimpse of times gone by.
Kavi Kale is a monochromatic art form that was hugely prevalent in the coastal regions of the nation but has been sidelined with the advent of modern contemporary styles as well as the constant temple renovations. Mrs Veena Srinivas has been practising and holding exhibitions in this particular art form in a bid to revive interest and awareness towards this rapidly declining cultural heritage. Read on for our interview with her when she came to Manipal as a panelist for MILAP 2018.
Arguably the most successful event at Revel’18, Iridescent events, jam-packed with activities that had everyone participating impressed.
Students from MIT, DoC, and SoC recently came together for the Annual Seminar on Art, Culture and Society. Spanning various disciplines, they presented their papers on a wide range of topics including movies and feminism. Read on to know more.
Given their speedy rise among the Manipal’s foodies’ list of places of be, Binge Yard is rolling straight into Revels’18, bringing its great flavor palate and affordable, on-the-go snacks with them. Here’s what sets them apart from the rest.
14th January 2018 witnessed the entire college coming forth to celebrate the season’s first harvest festival- Pongal. With beautiful decorations, mouthwatering dishes, and mesmerizing cultural performances, this campus celebration ensured every student felt at home. Read on to find out more!
As AB1 Quadrangle buzzed with the murmurs of excited students, MIT acquainted itself with the melodies of Telugu cinema. This humdrum was in light of Padma Shree Awardee director Mr. SS Rajamouli’s visit to Manipal – as part of MIT’s Diamond Jubilee Lecture Series.
You know you’re back in college when your day is jam packed from 8 AM to 11 PM and you have a dozen events to participate and attend. Aaina presented its very first program this semester with two back to back plays-‘Bali and Shambu’ and ‘The Outlaws’.
Organised by two of Manipal’s student bodies – AIESEC and IAESTE, International Students’ Day bridged the gap between Manipal and the rest of the world. A day of fun-filled games and interactions with people from around the globe was all one could ask for on a rainy Sunday. Read on to find out more.