Day bonanza of the International College for Girls- ‘Fiesta
2003’ organized at the Birla Auditorium on 25th
January enthralled the audience by staging a candid confluence of
cultural extravaganza.The electrifying theme of Fiesta was imbued
with bright hues of patriotic pop hits that flashed through dance
performances and group songs. While unsurpassable threshold of
rapturous twirl of dancers in Rajasthani Folk Dance was
captivating, choreographies like ‘Dola Re Dola…’ and
‘Rabba, Rabba…..’ kept the viewers awestruck. The fancy-free
students booed and cheered the artists on stage while the senior
audiences were heard appreciating the depth of talent of the young
performers. A feel of verve and vivacity stormed the show when the
ICG troupe barged in with foot-tapping numbers of ‘Band of
Boys’ & ‘Viva’.
CD Presentation – Reminiscences 2002-03 – gave a quick
glimpse of the various activities held in the college round the
Sarojwal, the crowning “Kokila of the college, sung the timeless
meaningful number ‘Aage Bhi Jane Nu Tu…’ from ‘Waqt’ in
her mellifluous voice.
keeping with the Indian tradition, the programme begun with ‘Vandana’,
an invocation rendered as a ritual offering to Lord Ganesha where
the young performers delighted the audience with the intricate
Sapphires, Corals, Emeralds and Pearls, divided arbitrarily to
group the glinting jewels, were represented by the office bearers
who marched elegantly to hold the house flags high.
Play on ‘Population Explosion’, showcasing threatening future
affects of increasing population minute by minute, struck a
message in the minds of the audience. Interwoven with sarcastic
humour and effective one-liners, the drama regaled the viewers to
become on instant hit.
college magazine ‘Campus Strokes’, the voice of ICG, was
released by the Chief Guest and the Guest of Honour. In the same
ceremony the meritorious students were also felicitated. While
various special Awards were given to the distinguished talents of
the college, the ‘Jewel of ICG’ Award was bagged by the very
talented Palki Sharma, the Head Girl of the College. Teachers,
who’ve been associated with ICG right from the day when its
foundation stone was laid in the year 1995, were also felicitated
for their dedicated participation in making ICG what it is today.
presence of the Royal Beauty Princess Diya Kumari, the guest of
honour at the function, not only lent glamour to the evening but
also enthused the students to no ends. Bemused at the performances
par excellence, she lauded the students and the staff for their
efforts in making the programme worth watching.
The Chief Guest Dr. B.D. Kalla,
Minister for Art, Culture, Personnel and UDH, Rajasthan, was
appreciative of the fact that the state of Rajasthan has a college
that not only emphasises on academic excellence but also hone the
hidden talents of the students.
good compering adds flavour to the item and entices the listeners
to slaver in anticipation. Palki, Mumal, Komal and Rachna well
fitted in their roles of comperes.
show concluded amid blissful memories of fun adorned glittery