"Youth is happy because it has the capacity to see beauty. Anyone who keeps the ability to see beauty never grows old."
- Franz Kafka
, our annual cultural fest, is an amalgamation of youth and beauty interwoven with creative talents and ideas through different modes of expression. It is an exercise in self discovery – steadfast in the belief that it is not a singular voice that resonates, celebrating then, the beauty of a collective imagination. The “ours” is a liberating space, ever seeking new competitors and friends within the same spheres. This academic year, Tarang will warm up the winters on the 16th
with a promising lineup of events to kickstart the fest season in the University of Delhi.
This year our endeavour is to not limit the fest to a specific theme, in order to enable a free flow of ideas and creative use of a flexible space. We welcome experimentation and alteration in normal protocol. More often than not, with regard to college experiences, the strongest structures emerge from chaos. We would, through the fest, like to celebrate the organised chaos that surround us both within and beyond college. Similarly, the Foodfest will be a reflection of the myriad cuisines that exist in our vicinities and are increasingly accessible through social media. Research has also shown us that a well fed student performs better in both academics and extra-curricular activities!
The Informals are yet another space for innovation and invites participation from one and all. These events are in association with but not limited to the various societies in college. We are also looking to involve and celebrate the teams that form the backbone of our fest in unique ways.
We look forward to your support, encouragement and participation in making Tarang 2015
as close a reflection of our currently imagined goals as possible. We also thank all those who have been part of the journey thus far, allowing us to envision once more, a fresh new Tarang. We hope to welcome you into our festive family and together, celebrate a successful, evergreen Tarang 2015