Being organised by the joint efforts of the Delhi University Students’ Union (DUSU) and Rashtriya Kala Manch, Madari, a three-day cultural festival commenced from Delhi University’s Arts Faculty today.
The ongoing event is witnessing popular participation by theatre and cultural groups from across a bevy of DU colleges.
Rajdhani College, DU’s GRS Department, Shilpa Institute of Fine Arts, and others have organized an assorted display of fine-arts ranging from digital paintings, political sketches, calligraphy, Greek mythology, modern arts and Mandala paintings at Madari’s ongoing exhibition.
Akshit Dahiya, DUSU President, who was present at the inauguration ceremony, said, “While academics and sports have their own importance, Madari is an attempt to identify and promote cultural talent among the students. The themes being covered at Madari range from hunger, human trafficking, and other similar social issues aimed at entertainment alongwith sensitization in respect of the problems plaguing our society.”