Saturday, May 5, 2012

Hype created during fest is still alive in our college campus. More than a week now it has been, but still the mood is flavored with tunes set by Underground Authority band and renowned new face as a singer, Vineet. Personally, I had enjoyed Underground Authority band more as compared to Vineet. The reason is not obvious; nowadays I prefer energizer rather than those songs that set me off. Romantic music sets me off. Rocking DK Bose sweeps it away. And the band did that very well.

Ever since the start of preparation for fest, Frisson 2012, I was keenly observing practice sessions of my friends who were to perform in cultural events. I was coordinator in the committee and had pretty bulk of tasks too. But throughout I was attached with some of our college bands in one way or the other, not as a practitioner but as a coordinator. I have turned very much inclined towards rock music now as a result. New aspirations to sprinkle my vibes through strings of guitar have taken their place in my veins. I am not sure if I will excel in it too, but I enjoy thinking about it at least…

Today we had an Alumni meet, Samaagam 2012 at our college auditorium. I was sleeping high, when Satnam bhaiya knocked on my door and asked me to rush into auditorium as fast as possible. The event was aimed to bring alumni of our college, scattered all over now, back into college, under the clouds of nostalgia for them and to present before us our seniors who have excelled from the platform where we are at present. Share of experiences with suggestions for improvement for forthcoming batches were the objectives. This meet was the first event of this kind ever in our college’s history and I think it is really a nice initiative which our Director sir himself promoted. Today was the first day for the Meet which had few performances of dance, singing which I didn’t enjoy much, while the remaining of performances will be tomorrow, on the second and final day of Samaagam. Today Mr. Soumyakanti sir and his band rocked me hard. His performance on Raghu Dixit’sHey Bhagwan mujhko tu, zindagi dobara de’ was just awesome. His performance has ignited my wish to learn guitar even further.

The first thing I did after I returned back to hostel was to download that Raghu Dixit’s song. The song has powerful lyrics which will move you away. I am here sharing a link of that song from youtube. I am just repeating that song over and over again in my playlist and proclaiming in my dreams if I could also learn guitar… :D





3 comments

Hello Anshul,
As much as I can enjoy most genres of music, I could never understand the thrill and attraction of rock. That's just me. I'm a romantic at heart who writes from deep emotions. My inspiration comes from the inimitable voice of the great singer Mukesh. His music just takes me to a different level. At least you are having fun and that's what it's all about. I enjoyed reading this post. Thanks or sharing.

I'm currently hosting Blog Hop Saturday! You're welcome to link your blog OR a specific post OR your Fan Page. The choice is yours. Linky will stay open until 8:00pm EST (Eastern Standard Time). Hope you can join the fun!

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@Andy Sir: I am also fond of songs sung by Mukesh. Few songs injure our hidden pains again and again. I expressed my views on such few songs only... :)
And right now I am going to your place to enroll my blog there... :)

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Just dropping by.

I came from Andy's "Blog Hop Saturday"

I hope you can visit my blog sometime

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