भारतीय भाषा दिवस: Traditional Indian Textile Competition

Name of the Department: Hindi & Fashion & Textiles

Name of the Activity:  Traditional Indian Textile Competition

Theme: पारंपरिक भारतीय वस्त्रों की विरासत

Date: 7th December’ 2022

Venue:   AV Hall

Topic on which activity was organized:   

The Department of Fashion & Textiles in collaboration with the Department of Hindi organized a competition on Traditional Indian Textile on the occasion of “भारतीय भाषा दिवस”.

A total of 63 students participated in the competition. The students were from all the departments of the university. The student wears a traditional dress such as Kashmir, lehriya, patola, bhandej, chickankari, kantha, madhubani, kalamkari, gota patti, phulkari, Ajrakh, jajrakh, and chanderi. All participants presented the dress and spoke about its textile. The judges evaluate the participants based on their attire, styling, and presentation. After the fashion show, a traditional textile documentary was screened for students. The judges of the event were Prof. Lilla Joshi, Dean, Faculty of Art & Social Sciences, and Dr. Shipli Rajwani, Associate Professor, Dept. of Botany. They announced the first Mansha Jain, the second Gargi Poonia, the third Aditi Gaur, and consolation prizes for Jahanvi Sharma, Pooja Chaudhary, and Chahat Jain. The judges were motivating the students and appreciating the traditional garments they were wearing. This was followed by a few words of encouragement by Prof. T. N. Mathur, VC, IISU. The aim of the competition was to spread awareness of Indian traditional textiles and costumes, to give students a platform where they could learn about their heritage and also showcase their creative talents.

Outcome of the activity:

Students got an opportunity to learn and share knowledge on Indian textiles from various states. This activity boosted their confidence and gave them exposure to the varied and rich culture of India.

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Dr. Radha Kashyap                                                        Dr Vipin Kumari

Head, Dept. of Fashion & Textiles                                Ms Neetu Saini


Dr. Neha Singhi

Head, Dept. of Hindi