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Taarangana - The Cultural Society

Throughout each academic year students are occupied with eitherexams or technical events, workshops or seminars. Occasionally what they need is a break from this routine and this is what Taarangana (earlier known as RÖNESANS) is all about. The cultural society with Dr. Shalini Arora as the Faculty Advisor aims at providing the students with a platform to develop and showcase their cultural talents. t1

One of the prominent events held by Taarangana is the Cultural evening, which is held annually.  Following the upgradation of IGIT to IGDTUW, the idea of Taarangana’14 was born and as a result the intra college Cultural Evening snowballed into the first extravagant cultural fest of the University- TAARANGANA’14 powered by Brij Events was held on 31st January and 1st February. It was a cynosure of sheer talent and creativity. Attended by students from over 70 colleges- IITD, NSIT, Lady Hardinge, Hansraj, Miranda House and Institue of Home Economics to name a few- the fest witnessed enthusiastic participation and spectatorship. Featuring a myriad array of performances, events, fun games and stalls, ithad something for everyone.

Gravity defying dance performances in Urban Thump, Synnove and Rangrezz, unique and inspiring designs by budding designers in the t2fashion parade -Lilac Dreams, entertaining and enlightening street plays in Aaghaaz, amazing mono acts in Nautanki Unplugged, stunning musical battles in Anhad and The Knights of the Fall, DJ sessions hosted by DJ Raja, stupendous performances by Underground Music League and the multi genre fusion band Turkush, Taarangana’14 had it all. Apart from these eventsvarious literary and fun activities were also organised. Abound with a plethora of events , students were spoilt for choice to register.

The two day long cultural extravaganza was beautifully captured by students of Delhi College of Photography. All in all considering the crowd, which didn’t dwindle even late into the night, Taarangana’14 was a huge success. 


Taarangana has also been conducting various cultural events from time to time. In addition, it has also been successfully managing the following societies related to dance, dramatics and SPICMACAY Student Chapters at the campus:-

THE HYPNOTICS - Dance Society

The Dance Society literally hypnotizes every student of the University with its ever growing charm. It has brought laurels to the University like none other. The members of this society dance on a multitude of forms including jazz, hip-hop, freestyle, lyrical, bollywood, contemporary etc. They have not only won several awards and accolades but have also made a name for themselves .


RAHNUMA - Dramatics Society

A team of enthusiastic and hardworking students who share a common passion for the theatre, the members of Rahnuma always leave the spectators spell bound with their energetic performances. Their street plays are based on serious and relevant topics like prostitution, atrocities on women and various other issues concerning the common man. The best part about their plays is that these students are able to connect with the audience, move their hearts and deliver serious messages in a light hearted manner. Thus apart from winning several awards in various college fests they are also doing their bit for the society by generating awareness among the masses.




4SPIC MACAY is an affirmation of a priceless cultural heritage rooted in what is essentially Indian. The movement incorporates the vitality of the youngsters to cajole them into being custodian of what is actually their birthright, namely their heritage, roots and identity. The IGDTUW SPIC MACAY CHAPTER successfullyconducted the event Cinema Classic in which one of the finest movies of all times ‘Charulata’ by Satayjeet Ray was screened. It also organiseda performance by the great Bharatnatyam dancer, Smt. Rama Vaidyanathan and a mesmerizing Manipuri Dance recital by Guru Singhajit Singh & Charu Sija Mathur, the pioneers of Manipur Ballet


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