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Revels 2017 in pictures: Day 3 – The Manipal Journal
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Revels 2017 in pictures: Day 3

The 3rd day of Revels 2017 commenced with Glitch, a form of hurdle race and witnessed a series of competitions. An array of dance, music, arts and drama events took place including Play with Clay, Center Stage, Step Up and Battle of the Bands. The night culminated with an energetic performance by Lagori, a band well-known for combining Indian classical melodies with rock music.

The Manipal Journal brings to you Day 3 in photographs.

The last team of Glitch crossing the hurdle in the blazing sun || Photo Courtesy: Madhurya Saxena

A student working on his Halloween themed clay model at ‘Play with Clay’, in the last half an hour of the competition || Photo courtesy: Madhurya Saxena

A center stage drama, Fiefdom by The Nautanki Team from Bengaluru, portrays how the government creates animals. The play leaves the audience with a question: Sarkar gunhegar banati hai ya gunhegar sakar? (Does the government make criminals or criminals make the government?) || Photo courtesy: Madhurya Saxena

A guitarist takes the stage for the second time as the lead singer, while performing an original composition at Battle of the Bands, held at the MIT Quadrangle || Picture Courtesy : Niharika Nambiar.

Lagori, playing ‘Yaad’ for the first time on any stage and asks the audience to join them, calling Manipal one the best audiences and a part of the Lagori family. || Photograph courtesy: Julius Pereira.

Featured Image courtesy: Julius Pereira.
Purva Pathak

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