BSSS celebrates traditional day ‘Atulya Bharat’

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 28 Oct 2018 11:47:09


Staff Reporter,

The Bhopal School of Social Sciences (BSSS) organised a gala traditional day as a part of its cultural celebrations based on the theme of ‘Atulya Bharat’.
The five zones of India were depicted in a colourful manner with the ramp walks portraying the attire and clothing  of each zone while dances depicted the rich cultural heritage of India. The north zone specializes in makke di Roti and Sarson da Saag, with its gidda and bhangra while south has its own flavour of coconut and silks. The western colour and eastern serenity along with ‘Hindustan ka dil’, Cental India constitute the Incredible India.

The chief guest of the occasion had been BSSS alumnus Mahima Mehta, who is a renowned model, and an actor Mahima Mehta, in her address, guided the young crowd on how to tread the path to success in the world of glamour and media. Her practical and sage advice was much appreciated.
The judges panel comprised of Venus Tarkaswar, Farhan Qureshi and Sapna Singh Parmar who judged the ramp walk based on the very theme of the event.

The Principal BSSS, Dr Fr John PJ, in his welcome address, said that Indian tradition is our pride and that BSSS always endeavours to pass on the legacy to the posterity.
He also added that it is a matter of pride that our chief guest and also the judges are BSSS alumni.
The event culminated with the declaration of results and
announcements of various titles for the participants.