Festival

Mood-Indigo

Mood Indigo

Mood Indigo which is also known as MoodI or MI, is the annual cultural festival of the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. Started in 1971 by a group of IITians, Mood Indigo has become one of the largest co... Read More
Rendezvous

Rendezvous

The Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, organizes Rendezvous, which is the biggest cultural festival in North India. This annual festival takes place towards the end of October and is a four-day-long event. ... Read More
Paparazzi

Paparazzi

Paparazzi is the annual inter-collegiate media festival of Mithibai College. Ever since its inception, it has hosted some of the quirkiest events that not just entertain the participants but also the audience. ... Read More
Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope is Sophia College’s annual cultural event, now in its 31st year. Sophia College celebrates its female student body, using Kaleidoscope as a platform to help them flaunt what they are capable of ... Read More
Pulse

Pulse

AIIMS Delhi’s Pulse is South-East Asia’s largest socio-cultural-literary-sports festival of the medical fraternity. With 42 years’ experience, Pulse has earned its place as “The Festival-to-be-in”. The week-... Read More
Umang

Umang

Umang, the annual inter-collegiate cultural youth festival hosted by Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics is one of the most popular college festivals of the country. Asia's fastest growing festival,... Read More
KShitij

Kshitij

Kshitij is the annual cultural festival organized by Mithibai College. A 4 day affair with more than 500 colleges participating, the festival organizes a number of competitions and workshops in the cultural fie... Read More
Polaris

Polaris

Polaris is the inter-collegiate media festival organized by the Bachelors of Mass Media department at Wilson College in Mumbai. Sixteen years young, Polaris plays host to over thirty colleges during the three d... Read More
Malhar

Malhar

The definition of being in Mumbai and living under the proverbial rock is not having heard of Malhar. Asia’s second largest inter-collegiate youth festival, St. Xavier’s College’s Malhar celebrates 36 glorious ... Read More