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An Ode to Indian Soldiers at IIT Delhi's Rendezvous

October 25, 2016 03:02 PM 2 minute read , Engineering , Indian Institute of Technology (Delhi)

An Ode to Indian Soldiers at IIT Delhi's Rendezvous

The mega annual festival of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi’s, Rendezvous 2016 concludes with a bang where youngsters who attended the fest got their share and dose of entertainment to the full.

When the band Euphoria’s lead singer Palash Sen entered the stage, he just blazed the stage with his popular numbers dedicated to Indian soldiers who are standing at the border to protect the nation.

Band Euphoria was performing for the fourth time at IIT Delhi this year. They enthusiastically performed to flatter the youngsters and made them groove to their music.

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Image courtesy: Official Facebook Page of IIT Delhi

The singer said that it was DU’s Lady Shri Ram College for Women where they performed first and IIT Delhi was the second college to perform and their sojourn still continuing for the last four years. This is a record in itself to perform for 4 years consecutively.

In between the performance, the singer also cited his autobiographical sketches to the great amusement of the students. The performance of Euphoria was the main attraction and also pulled the young crowds from different colleges of Delhi University. The stage was set by four different bands. Euphoria with their versions of popular numbers like Muqabala Muqabala, they kept the crowd entertained.

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Enthusiastic attendees switched on their mobile flashlights to show their liking for the band. The programmes lined up kept the students and visitors engaged throughout the days. The love for Blitzkrieg was visible in its audience that comprised not just college but even school students.

Main image courtesy: Hindustan Times

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