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The Modern Poets Organized ” Jashn-E- Sukhan” (Poetry Slam Event) at Dyal Singh Evening College.

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On the 30th Annual Cultural Festival “RAJNIGANDHA”  of Dyal Singh Evening College, The Modern Poets And Junoon (The Dramatic Society of DSEC ) organized A Poetry Slam Event ” Jashn E Sukhan ” at the auditorium of the college premises on 12th February 2019

Where one side students participated in the events like Face Painting, Rangoli Competition, Nukkad Natak and Ad-Mad, at the same time there were students who participated in the poetry event with full zeal and anticipation. It was really fascinating to listen to all the talented writers and composers under one roof.

The show was hosted by Adina and Naman who belongs to Junoon. Several other poets who accentuated the show were Vivek, Pallavi Mahajan, Abdul, Shraddha, Moksha, Abhishek, and Kavya Sharma. RJ Sayema with her beautiful voice recited some of the renowned poetries of the great poets. Rachit Dixit and Madhyam Saxena clutched the aura with their phenomenal literary work. Anshul Joshi and Mohit Dwivedi who are also the founders of the ‘The Modern Poets’ astonished the audience with their storytelling act called ‘Kafas’ and ‘Gumshuda’ reciprocally. Vivek Bhagar turned out to be the winner of The Poetry Slam Competition followed Abdul Wasi and Prashant as 1st and 2nd runner ups. The Principal of DSEC Dr. Pawan Kumar Sharma gave an inspiring speech and praised Ankit Dubey (President, Art, and Culture community of DSEC) for his effort in making “Jashn-E-Sukhan” a literature event, happen again after a long time. The convenor of the event Dr. Brati Biswas played a significant role in making the same possible.

From Indian independence to drawbacks in Indian society, from hate to love and peace, enormous social topics were also covered and spoken fearlessly on this stage. Tremendous enthusiasm was seen among the poets as well as in listeners. Poetries on such vast topics mesmerized the listeners and poets made home in their heart.

Such evenings have proved to be meaningful and important to bring out the thoughts of young India. Also such platforms enhance the confidence of silent writers and boost their moral to face the world without any hesitation. ‘THE MODERN POETS’ and ‘Junoon’ have planned many more such events for future which will be accessible to all listeners and performers on their various social media platforms

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