Sanskriti 2K16, presented by the Arts Faculty Student’s union, the annual function of Jadavpur University started on 26th April. City of Joy eagerly waits for this single event every year. More than 15 colleges in the city participated in on-stage and off-stage events. Back to back performances were tied for the days of Sanskriti along with star performance by Arko Mukherjee and his band fiddlers green and Satyaki Banerjee.
The events included vocals, quiz, debate, football, fashion show, photo exhibition, treasure hunt, dance, face painting poster painting, Antakshari etc. On day1 the rocking performances in the evening was made more lively by the wonderful decoration of the OAT and performances of the star interacting with the audience. On 27th in Gandhi Bhawan, Kaushik Ganguly came to promote his film ‘Cinemawala’. She was also accompanied by Poran Bondhopaddhyay, Parambrata and Sonini Sarkar. Their vibrant interactive session with the student was a sparkling one. The evening was followed by the performance of Humsufi. The vibrant applause of the students was witnessed when he sang ‘Allah k Bande’, ‘kwaja mere kwaja’, ‘Naina me teri kaise jadu kiya re’.
The third day of Sanskriti was the most awaited one. The performances by the band ‘ Gan Abohoman’ is the anticipating item of the day. This band is a cocktail of Upal of Chandrabindu, Gabu of Lakkhichara, Prashmita, Satadol and many other prominent musician.
In the scorching heat of the Sanskriti days the audience and the students were also provided with food stalls, the most eminent of these stalls being the tea carnival, ‘Chai ho jai’, where students were given ice tea.
Jadavpur union authorities had also arranged a security team to prevent any type of harassment or disturbance in the arena of the feast. It is also for the safety for the people coming from other colleges and states. Every year the three days of Sanskriti promises loads of excitement, fun and rejoice. Anyone can be the part of this enjoyment and it makes the programme an unique one.
In this way the three days of Sanskriti comes to an end.
Sanskriti is the so-called Durga Puja of Jadavpurians and the end of this event fill their heart with remorse.