IIT Patna: IPS Vikash Vaibhav shared his views over the Importance of Self- discipline & perseverance in achieving success at 3rd & final day of Anwesha – 23


  • Abdhesh Jha

Patna: 19 March 2023 :: The third and final day of Anwesha’23, one of the largest cultural festivals in the country, concluded on a high note. The day was filled with a plethora of events and activities that left the audience thrilled and engaged. From inspiring talks to electrifying performances, the festival had something for everyone.

The day kicked off with a guest lecture by IPS Vikas Vaibhav, who shared his insights and experiences with the audience, inspiring them with his words of wisdom. He talked about the importance of self- discipline and perseverance in achieving success. The talk was followed by a powerful nukkad performance titled “Maidan- e- Jung” that highlighted the struggles faced by women in India.

Next up was a dance workshop by Akshit Juyal from Hip Hop International, where participants learned some groovy dance moves and techniques. The workshop was a huge hit among dance enthusiasts, who were thrilled to learn from a renowned dancer.

The Bespoke event, a slam poetry competition, featured some of the most talented poets in the country who wowed the audience with their powerful words and thought- provoking performances. The event left everyone in awe of the power of poetry.

The Moveable Feast quiz, which tested the participants’ knowledge of food and drinks from around the world, was a huge hit among foodies and quiz enthusiasts alike. The quiz was filled with interesting questions that left everyone guessing.

In the 12th edition of Anwesha, the judge for our flagship event: Mr. & Ms. Anwesha was the esteemed Aashna Malani, Cultural Ambassador by the Government of India.

The highlight of the day was the electrifying performances by Trap, a band that got the crowd on their feet with their amazing music. Their fusion of electronic, hip hop, and trap music had the audience grooving to the beat. The band members’ energy and stage presence were infectious, and they left the audience asking for more.

Sanam, one of India’s most popular bands, closed out the festival with a memorable performance that had everyone singing along. Everyone was moving around the rhythm Gulabi Aakhen, yeh raatein yeh mausam, O mere dil ke chain and many such astonishing oldschool songs. The band’s soulful music and powerful lyrics touched the hearts.

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