Indian students were performing modern music and dances inspired by Bollywood at the festival. The audience received a standing ovation with a number featuring a parade of students in traditional Indian attire. The students also paid tribute to significant figures of the state, with the performance dedicated to India's national hero, Shivaji. The audience gave a standing ovation for a student parade in traditional Indian attire.
|Totre Shweta Gautam (India), a sixth-year student at Higher School of Medicine:|
|I immersed myself in the preparation, we worked hard to make the event unique and colourful. The participants gave the best performances, and the Indian festival of this year was one of the best for me. The event has it all: classical dances, old retro music, and brand new pop songs.|
|Chacón Jacome Maria José (from Ecuador), a second-year student at Higher School of Philology and Cross-Cultural Communication:|
|From my point of view, the Indian Festival was fascinating! I was so excited when a young man sang a romantic song, I fell in love with his voice, even though I didn't understand the words of the song, I felt it. Most of all, I was struck by the guys from India who cheered on the performers by singing and dancing cheerfully. I would like to see this festival again next year, even if the program is the same.|
A total of 106 Indian students from IKBFU participated in the concert. Some were on the stage for the first time, but for most students it was a triumphant return for the first time since the pandemic. The boys performed traditional (lavani, katak) and modern Indian dances and songs.
The programme included a gala ceremony for sixth-year students of School of Medicine (26 students), the first graduating Indian students of IKBFU from the General Medicine course in English.
For reference: more than 200 students from India are currently studying at IKBFU.
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