Hosting a myriad of literary events and fun-filled activities, Anubhuti, the only category catering to the Hindi populace on campus provided a platform to fire up your creative instincts and test your wits.
The second edition of Jashn-e-Manipal kept the audience well-entertained with talented poets and orators taking to the stage. The performances, infused with humour and wit, maintained a lively and engaging atmosphere throughout.
Anubhuti—another cultural category of Revels’18 offered a myriad of activities, exclusively in the Hindi language. With events like Tark Vitark, Abhivyakti, Irshaad, Antakshari, and Bujhovala— this category provided a platform for all those skilled at Hindi.
With their Open Mic, Goonj provided a platform for students to talk about love and share their experiences with it. Participants expressed themselves through poems, stories, and narrations.
Goonj, MIT’s Hindi club, celebrated India’s 69th Republic Day with poems, speeches, and other performances highlighting India’s culture and values.