Shoolini University's highly anticipated cultural extravaganza Moksh concluded with resounding success.

Solan, March 27

Shoolini University's highly anticipated cultural extravaganza Moksh concluded with resounding success. After a three-year hiatus due to pandemic restrictions, the enthusiastic participation of the students marked the return of the annual festival. The fest featured diverse performances like an electrifying Battle of the Bands, Nati Night, EDM Night, Open Mic Sessions, and a captivating fashion show.

The festival began with the lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guest, Solan Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Bhisham Singh Thakur, along with Shoolini Chancellor Prof PK Khosla, SILB President Mrs Saroj Khosla, Dean Students Welfare Mrs Poonam Nanda, Chief Learning Officer Mrs Ashoo Khosla, and Prof Kesari Singh.

The three-day event saw participation from various schools and universities, including IEC and Jaypee University. The show began with an inter-university competition, Battle of Nati, where Shoolini University emerged as the winner and Paonta Sahib College won the runners-up trophy. The crowning of Mr and Ms Moksh was another highlight of the event. Drutiman Sonowal and Preety Kalyan won the race and were crowned Mr and Ms Moksh, respectively. Himanshu and Kaustubhi also won the title of Mr Personality and Ms Personality, respectively. The judges of the Ramp Walk were Ms Ashoo Khosla, Chief Learning Officer, Shoolini University and Mr Vanshu Arora, Certified dietician and Fitness trainer from Solan.

The star performers of the opening day were Nati King Kuldeep Sharma and singer Ajay Bhardwaj. The students and faculty grooved to the tunes of popular Himachali songs. The second day of Moksh saw the energetic audience grooving to the peppy beats of the Abhigya Band and the electrifying EDM show by Bharat Bass Festival. The fashion show sponsored by Westside (Solan) was a showstopper, showcasing India's local talent and style, enthralling both the crowd and the participants. The Moksh event ended with a star-studded night featuring the Punjabi group ‘The Landers.’ The enthusiasm was palpable as everyone celebrated the end of another successful edition of Moksh.

The discipline and management teams ensured that the event was well-managed and progressed smoothly. The diverse performances and activities kept the audience entertained and engaged throughout the event.

Dean Students Welfare Mrs Poonam Nanda, the event organiser, appreciated the enthusiasm and dedication of students and applauded the hard work of the discipline committee. Shoolini University Vice Chancellor Prof Atul Khosla said, “The success of the event emphasises the importance of cultural festivals like Moksh. They bring together youth from different backgrounds to celebrate the rich diversity of our country.”

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