Delhi University is not only an educational institution but a combo package of surprises. DU students just need a moment to celebrate. They are the only reason why DU aspirants adore being like them. Delhi University not only focuses on brushing up the placement records but celebrating each day as a token of gift. Some day or the other, the colleges are holding their departmental webinars and other events and competitions. Moreover, students celebrate every festival with great enthusiasm. Whether it is Lohri or Diwali, Delhi University never misses a chance to groove in the celebration. Almost every college of Delhi University holds Diwali Mela for the students. Diwali Mela Delhi University is held and organized by the college society. It is one of the best fests that DU students love to attend.
Diwali Mela in Delhi University is a combination of everything a person can expect from DU, fun, food, ambiance, dance, pictures, games, and whatnot. Students wait for this celebration the most. They dress up in ethnic and play games around. They buy beautiful jewelry and other items that are meant for sale. Students along with their friends play different games and win exciting gifts.
So, let us know in detail what are the best things about Diwali Mela Delhi University.
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In Diwali Mela Delhi University, games are mandatory to keep. Without games, there is no fun or we should say are Diwali Mela is another reason to play fun games. Students and teachers put different games stalls and charge a minimal cost for each turn. There are games like Tambola, Dumsharaz, Rings, and many more. All the students make creative games and play with the students. The price of each game is not more than Rs.50. students and teachers keep different prizes for the winner. In some cases, they even get double the money they invested. Not only students, but teachers also join with their peers to play games. There were some on-the-spot games.
Some students even organize treasure hunts for the participants. The game is played in groups and it is a game of treasure. The organizers hide riddles chits in different parts of the campus. Students have to find those riddles and reach the treasure. The one who solves all the riddles first and reaches the final destination becomes a winner of the treasure hunt. On the other hand, teachers organize some quiz competitions for the students. The competitions are held in different rounds. The one who wins gets a prize.
Dance is the most memorable part of any event. So, Diwali Mela is always incomplete without dance. All the students and teachers groove on the dance floor. However, this is set up by some student’s or teachers committees. So, they charge some amount according to the hours. For instance, students have to pay Rs.100 for an hour. But it is always a kind of ‘Paisa Vasool’ platform because friends enjoy here the most. In some colleges, the committee arranges a quiet party for the students. At that party, students put on their headphones and enjoy and dance to the music played. This in turn does not disturb other committees and everybody enjoys at their best.
Every college has a dance society. In some DU colleges, the dance society also prepares a dance performance for the students. All the team maters create a moment of joy and laughter with their thrilling dance performance. If not dance, they organize a dance competition for the students. In those competitions, some societies even call renowned judges. Students who are not a part of dance society participate in such competitions. These competitions are not held on the ground. Students organize them in the college auditorium where the participants do not have to deal with any disturbances or a fear of performing in front of a large number of audiences.
Along with different game stalls and dance performances, some teachers and students even put stalls on different things for sale. Some students sell oxidized jewelry for girls, and T-shirts for boys, Shaul for teachers, and even novels and books for everybody. Many quote posters are always kept for sale. Students while appearing for du exams buy 10 years’ books. So, some publishers also arrive at the college to sell college books to the students which include all the question papers of the past 10 years. Other than that, there are many stalls of drawing books, diaries, caps, and even girl’s accessories girls. Female teachers love to buy from such kinds of stalls.
As it is Diwali Mela, so things related to Diwali and decorated items are also sold. There are many beautiful candles and hangings which are sold in Diwali Mela. Some of the committees even put a stall of hand-made decorative items for everybody. On the other hand, some committees sell organic rangoli colors. Items related to Diwali are available in such Diwali Mela. However, nobody puts a stall on hackers because crackers are banned in Delhi and harm the environment. So, all kinds of shopping stalls are put by the teachers and students committee.
It is rightly said that laughter is brightest where food is best. Moreover, how can we ignore food when we are at our best mood? Food stalls are also placed in Diwali Mela. Teachers and students get in contact with different stores and shops so that they can come for a day to sell their items in the college. So, through this kind of contract, different shop owners place their stalls in the college.
Students need not have to go anywhere outside the college’s premises to have. They will get everything inside the college only. Both snacks and main course is available. Moreover, some street food like Bhel puri, Pani poori, Tikki, Veg Roll, and cotton candies are also available. How can we ignore ice cream after such amazing food? Students contact with different ice-cream parlors like Vadilal, and Havmore and such ice-cream sellers also arrive at the college campus. The sellers provide different offers on food items and students avail of it at less price.
As the heading suggests, students and teachers also organize different shows and competitions for the students. DU Colleges have several cultural societies like Dance Society, Music Society, Arts Society, and Dramatic Society. Such societies prepared their exhibitions and performances for the students to showcase. Moreover, a few of them even organizes different competitions for the students. DU students participate in such competitions and win exciting prizes. One of the most amazing facts about such competitions is it is open to all. As per the rules and guidelines, students can participate as an individual, in pair or even in a group. So, never miss participating in such events and competitions to gain an everlasting experience of Diwali Mela Delhi University.
On the occasion of Diwali Mela, students decorate DU Colleges so beautifully that students from other colleges reach the campus just to have a glance at the ambiance. Many decorative holdings, hangings, and props are made for the students to capture. Everybody dresses beautifully while coming to the college and capture their beauty and surroundings. Everything is incomplete if not captured. To remember the glory of Diwali Mela Delhi University some professional photographers even arrive at the campus and shoot.
Diwali Mela holds for a day and that day is one of the most reminiscing days for DU students. Words fall short when we have to discuss Diwali Mela. It is everything a student can fantasize about celebrating festivals in college life. everything is in online mode now. So, DU Colleges do not celebrate Diwali Mela now. But once things get normal, all the events would be in their normal place as usual. Maybe it is not the right time to celebrate. but one day it would surely be. So, if you are a DU student or aspiring to be a DU student, never miss Diwali Mela in DU colleges.
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