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‘Tanisi’ was the name of the fashion show that was organised by JD Institute of Fashion Technology Cochin which followed the festive celebration of Navratri. The fashion show was not only a continuation of the festive season, but also revolved around the theme of Navratri celebrations. Followed by the fashion show, students of JD Institute Cochin organised a sale, where they displayed handmade

Diwali or Deepavali is one of the festivals that is among the major festivities in the Hindu culture. It is celebrated by the Hindus across the globe. This festival is known as the festival of lights which signifies peace and joy, the victory of good over evil and light over darkness in our everyday lives. It is celebrated among not only the hindus,

JD Institute of Fashion Technology Goa  recently held its first ever ‘Welcome Party’ for all the students. The newly formed Cultural committee, along with the staff of JD Goa were extremely excited to organize the Welcome party and very diligently planned the same. The theme for the welcome party was decided and named as “G3 IN 3G” which when elaborated means ‘Greek God’s Greet

Navratri in Hinduism is a major celebration that is held in the honour of the divine feminine. Navratri occurs over the nine days throughout the month of Ashvin calendar, usually September to October. During this 9 day festival of Goddess Durga and her 9 avatars, the Navdurga signifies the victory of good over evil and devotees worship and offerings to nine avatars.  Among the

Dussehra is a major Hindu festival that is celebrated across the nation, marking the end of Navaratri and signifying the victory of Lord Rama over the King of Lanka, Ravana. Dussehra is celebrated on the 10th day of the Ashvin month of the Hindu calendar, which mostly occurs in the months of September and October. This festival also marks the conclusion of the