The Acharya, an annual fest will continue for about a month, with thousands of students across the state coming together, cutting across all the boundaries. Students from overseas also fly down to Bangalore to revel the joy of being apart of this youthfulness.
The biggest fest of Bangalore will be held for successive three days on 15th, 16th and 17th of March 2012, at Acharya Institutes, Soladevanahalli.
The inaugural function had a warm opening with over 9000 students. To make it more special a "flash mob" of 150+ students who emerged nowhere from the crowd and ran up to stage disrupting an announcement. Buoyed by cheerfulness, flash mob performed to "Dhinka Chicka” and “Chammak Challo," bollywood numbers.
However, after rocking performance, the fest for students was officially launched by releasing the balloons coupled with fire works.
Every year Acharya Habba makes its mark by a series of pumping events, an extravaganza of techno-cultural events. Having included competitions like, the feet thumping, dance competition, the high decibel rock land shows, the awe-inspiring skits, the sizzling Fashion shows and the star-studded line up of celebrity guest and performances.
The laser light show, gigantic beams and the fire work which could be seen from miles is another speculating feature of the fest. Competition such as quiz, computer games, poster painting, face painting, dance, mad ads and many more will be held during the day, while the grooving events like rock show, dance programmes along with the final celebrity performance follows the day. Thus Acharya fest guarantees a great time for spectators.
For refreshment, they have also installed various fully stuffed food stalls around the venue and help desks to facilitate guest students.
Commenting on this grand event the core committee members of Acharya Habba said, “this time we are expecting to captivate 20,000 youths across the state and more than 60 colleges are going to participate in this mega techno culture event. Students from multitude culture ethnicities and nationalities makes this event a through global show down, where students from different countries i.e. Tanzania, Iraq, Bhutan, UK, Afghanistan, South Korea and many bring their own cultural edge to the Acharya Habba.”
"Purpose of Acharya Habba-2012 is to communicate and get people from different culture and backgrounds together, and remains special and memorable," a student Neema Moses said while explaining the purpose of the fest.