Asia’s second largest inter-collegiate youth festival, St. Xavier’s College’s Malhar celebrates 36 glorious years since being founded by a humble group of teenagers.
Managed, organized and run by a frenetic team of 1200 volunteers and 130 people in the organizing committee, the Malhar itinerary features the usual mandatory cultural fest recipe of dance, singing, and literature-based events. Malhar prides itself on an eclectic mix of impromptu comedy, theatre, story-boarding, puppeteering, mime, street plays, and the grand Mr and Ms Malhar pageant.
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.
The festival invites a large crowd of Media students from colleges across the city. Held in the last week of August over the span of three days
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 doing in today’s competitive world. True to its name, Kaleidoscope features a truly exhaustive spectrum of events. Kaleidoscope is held every year in September.
Mood Indigo which is also known as Mood-I or MI, is the annual cultural festival of the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. Started in 1971 is one of the largest college cultural festivals in Asia. With over 1600 colleges and 126000 students participating every year.
The festival is not only a platform for the best young talent in colleges across the country but also an inspiration and standard setter for all the other college festivals. A three day affair of entertainment, fun and mesmerising talent.