Unique in its format, Shrishti Festival provides a platform to students where the head, heart and hand come together in a two-week Art and Cultural fest. Along with individual class performances each morning, the children’s artwork was displayed and parents could also participate in interesting workshops and lecture-demo sessions with their children. Thus, the Annual Day and the Art Exhibition came together as a part of the Srishti Arts Festival.

21 participative workshops organized for students and parents added zest to the fest. The workshops ranged from a Cookie making, Calligraphy, Story-telling, Upcycling paper to Groove Gully’s performing artist Sumit Joshi leading us through an amazing musical storytelling session loaded with technology, where even vegetables and fruits actually produced music!

The festival also saw Lectures and Demonstrations by Bharatanatyam exponent Marie Elangovan, Indian Music –Sarod by Ms Chandrima Mazumdar; Kathak by Shruti Kotnala and Indian Classical Music (Vocals) by Dr. Amrita Dutta. The icing on the cake was a performance by the Assam Rifles Band making it a befitting grand finale to the festival fortnight.