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March 27, 2021 @ 11:25 am – 2:15 pm Asia/Kolkata Timezone


Date: 27th March 2021
Number of participants: 100

Brief report –
On the occasion of the Holi festival, Patna Women’s College arranged a Holi Dance Competition on March 27, 2021. The competition consisted of ten groups, each presenting unique dance performances with different themes and genres. The event kicked off with the performance of code number 1, showcasing the song “Holi Khele Brij ki Har Bala.” Following that, code number 2 presented their act on “Holi Brij Mein,” code number 3 performed to “Rang Hai, Rang Hai,” code number 4 danced to “Rasiya,” and code number 5 delivered their act on “Holiya Mein Ude Re Gulaal.” Code number 6 chose “Jaa Re Hatt Natkhat” for their performance, code number 7 presented “Rang-Rang De,” code number 8 performed on “Laali Chaunri,” code number 9 showcased “Oo Radhe,” and finally, code number 10 performed “Jaa Re Hatt Natkhat.”
During the competition, Principal Dr. Sister M. Rashmi A.C. announced the winners and commended all the participants for their involvement in the event. She extended her wishes for the festival as well. The panel of judges, consisting of Professor Dr. Richa (English), Professor Dr. Jaya Philip (Microbiology), and Professor Ms. Amrita Prakash Computer Applications (BCA), determined the winners. The first-place prize went to code number 6, followed by code number 4 in second place, and code number 9 in third place. The audience particularly applauded the performance of code number 9 for addressing the issue of transgender through their act.