When the campuses closed due to the spread of the COVID-19 in 2020, EBSB went on to organize events and
online. Ranging from food making contests to an online version of the “Traditional Day”, we strived to give
community a small yet much needed break from time to time and are continuing to do the same for the students
As a soothing and scenic closure to the evening of the festival of Diwali, we arranged for the lighting of
for the students, faculty and staff in groups of 4-5. It was a sight to behold.
Students away from their homes often miss the festivities of the house. In our attempt to give the IITH
of home, a diya decoration and rangoli making contest was organized near the mess where the students,
showcased their artistic talents.
With students from across the country it becomes interesting to see how the different cultures dress for the
day of Diwali. We organized a traditional day where several people shared the stage to showcase their
It is said that sports is one of the best ways to bring people together. Carrying the spirit of
tournament was organized to help relive the childhood days
With the covid blues finally diminishing, EBSB conducted the first few offline events on the occasion of
Dussehra. A fun
filled dandiya night where students enjoyed and refreshed the long lost moves was a grand start
Under the “Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat” (EBSB) club of IIT Hyderabad, students celebrated EBSB day on 2nd of
February. The celebration started with the discussion among students and coordinators of club about events
conducted by EBSB club in January month. Suggestions from student were warmly welcomed by the whole team.
Under the Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat club of IIT Hyderabad, all the students and faculty witnessed a vibrant
Lohri celebration on 13th of January which started with a bonfire.
The students along with the Director Prof. B. S. Murthy and Dean Students, Prof. P. Raja Lakshmi burnt the
Lohri and celebrated according to the Punjabi traditions and customs.
Under the EBSB club of IIT Hyderabad, the IITH community celebrated Makar Sankranti on 15th of January with
The students showcased their talent in various activities. A sky touching fun with kite-flying filled everyone
with joy, thrill and inspiration.
India is home to various traditions and diverse cultures. We follow the theme of unity in diversity which
allows every Indian to be exposed to other cultures. But as time passed by, Indians have started forgetting
age old cultures and traditions.
In order to educate everyone about our diverse cultures and traditions, the EBSB club conducted ethnic day on
November 22, 2019. On this day, students wore traditional apparel which symbolised their traditional clothes.
The EBSB club at IITH conducted a visit to a nearby village, Gongloor, Sangareddy district.
Here, students took part in programmes which focused on transforming the village into a Model Village.
Students analysed the administration of the village and proposed innovative ideas and took part in a vidyadaan
programme in the government school.
They also taught villagers the importance of SWACHH BHARAT, and spread awareness regarding some state of art
They also helped clean the roads of the village. They planned this visit in order to help villages progress
which in turn develops the nation.