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Looking back: Carnival de Manipal – The Manipal Journal
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Looking back: Carnival de Manipal

On March 5, the Volunteer Services Organisation organized Carnival De Manipal alongside the Manipal Marathon, to spread awareness about the acquired and lifestyle diseases and their prevention. Various activities were hosted at the event including yoga, Zumba, DJ and a variety of games. The Tarang logo was also launched during the event.

The Manipal Journal looks back at the event, in pictures.

A young girl is seen participating in the game stalls set up in KMC greens || Picture courtesy: Aayushmaan Sharma


Getting into the batting stance to face the oncoming delivery, the crowd enjoys a match of the country’s most famous sport: Cricket || Picture courtesy: Aayushmaan Sharma


Tracing the culture of traditional gaming, the game of Seven Stones was brought to life at Carnival De Manipal || Picture courtesy : Aayushmaan Sharma.


Volunteers are seen painting on the participants at the event. || Photo courtesy: Aayushmaan Sharma.


Featured image courtesy: Aayushmaan Sharma

Shreya Job


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