Live concert with flute, Shehanaai, Taase and African drums made the day
The fellow Tanzanians started the celebrations by singing their national anthem. Tanzanian students rocked the stage by foot tapping numbers and enthralled the audience. Soothing music to native antiwichcraft dance took the dance to different level, which aired the once more demand from the audience.
Mohammed, a student of NIOS foundation explained the audience about the different gestures the dance form incorporated. All the Tanzanian students along with some of the Namibians were cladded with the native attires.
Indian students dressed up traditionally went on an easy walk with Principal and the faculty, created the waves of colors across the campus. The Live concert of Music with flute, Shehanaai, Taase and the African drums created a festive mood.
Expert drummer Ramesh went on hitting the surface till the whole
set of student amassed before him.
There were competitions held for the students and faculty to speak continuously in Kannada for one minute without using any other word of other languages. Few Tanzanian students tried their best to speak in Kannada and remained successful.
"Celebrating Ethnic day in India was a wonderful feeling, which I had ever seen in my life. As a foreigner from Tanzania. It was a big delight for me and Friends to celebrate my national Day in India .The different attires of Indian culture were awesome and we were lucky to be part of the celebrations. The whole college stood in vibrant colors and we enjoyed the day with real ethnicity," says Mohammed I Mohammed Student - NIOS - Science.