The events of the third day also had Karan Chauhan, a comedian and illusionist, performing for those gathered in the convocation hall.
The 2018 edition of the festival hosted Kiran Bedi in its literary circle, who addressed the students on those values that they must inculcate within themselves, and shared her insights on educational reform. She said, “For a successful career, students need to have a good emotional and spiritual quotient along with a competent intellectual quotient which also needs to be a part of educational system."
Mood Indigo's literature festival also called upon Yogendra Yadav, president of the Swaraj Party, and the spokesperson of the Indian National Congress, Priyanka Chaturvedi, for a talk show where they discussed the upcoming 2019 elections and the current political climate in India.
IIT Bombay's Mood Indigo will go on till 30 December, 2018. More details about the festival can be found on its website.
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Updated Date: Dec 29, 2018 20:06 PM