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In sync:Students perform at a cultural event during youth festival held at Acharya Nagarjuna University on Friday.
Guntur: Dressed in colourful attire, groups of boys and girls converted the sprawling premises of Acharya Nagarjuna University into a rich canvass of colour as the youth festival entered the second day on Friday.
The rancour and acrimony which threatened to play spoilsport with the inauguration of annual event on Thursday seemed to have been put behind as the students revelled with unbridled enthusiasm.
The Vikasa Bhavan was stage to the cultural shows, as the students displayed their versatility in classical music, western music, folk dances and tribal dance.
Students of P.B Siddartha College held the audience spell bound with a tribal dance, while girls of C.R College, Chilakaluripet regaled with a folk dance. Students of Nalanda Degree College showed some lithe movements during the folk dance.
There was some serious competition in the Instrumentation solo with percussion and non-percussion category, while some excelled in the classical solo category.
The three-day event comes to a close on Saturday. Winners in various categories would be given an opportunity to take part in South-West Inter University Zonal Competitions to be held in September.
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