Instilling respect for culture in youth
In the era of modernisation and westernisation when most of the people are moving away from their own culture and history, the GITAM University students celebrated Ethnic Day on grand note here on Tuesday
Hyderabad: In the era of modernisation and westernisation when most of the people are moving away from their own culture and history, the GITAM University students celebrated ‘Ethnic Day’ on grand note here on Tuesday.
Both the staff and the students came to the campus dressed in clothing to represent their home states/countries, resulting in a spectacular display of colour and stunning outfits.
Events like ‘Ethnic Day’ enable the young generation to revive love and respect for their own culture and history. Ethnicity plays a major role in how students’ personality is shaped.
They were provided with an opportunity to celebrate the diversity of vibrant and colourful India.
The whole campus seems to be charged with ethnic atmosphere when a mini India was created with students in their dazzling, colourful, exquisite traditional apparels.
A Bengali student enthralled all with her typical Bengali style of draping a sari keeping the ‘Pallu’ loosely over her left shoulder with a bunch of keys tied with a knot.
The festival saw a variety of traditional games, dishes etc. It ended with Bathukamma songs and group dances etc.