Cultural heritage of God’s Own Country showcased at Jamia by Malayalis, a report by Shubham Pandey.
As the Departments of Jamia Millia Islamia still organising their annual educational fest keeping the students from different faculties engaged, in between a Cultural Fest ‘Muziris’ was organised on 5th & 6th April 2017 by Smriti, the Malayali Fraternity in collaboration with Jamia’s Outreach Programme & Office of the DSW.
The fest had all from Kerala’s culture including delicious food, melodious music and screening of three romantic Malayali movies, ‘5 Sunderikal,’ ‘Ottaal’ & ‘Amen’ at FTK-Centre for Information and Technology showcasing the various shades of this South-Indian state.
This cultural fest also attracted administrative heads like the University’s Pro-Vice Chancellor Prof. Shahid Ashraf and the Registrar A. P. Siddiqui, I.P.S. as the visitors to this fest.
It also had a Cultural Procession from University’s Central Canteen to Fountain lawn adjacent to Dr. M. A. Ansari Auditorium in the afternoon of the inaugural day and later organised other folk programmes.
Apart from Jamia people, this two-day cultural fest was also open to the general public who came and enjoyed the programmes.