30 January 2024
At Jaffna University's Thai Pongal festival celebration on Friday, students from all 11 faculties, alongside their union and management, collaborated to boil 108 pots as they collectively marked a new beginning with fresh hopes and aspirations. The event was filled with spirited activities like tug-of-war and pillow fights at the main campus, while the Kailasapathy Auditorium showcased vibrant cultural performances, dance, and theatre.
Deans from all faculties graced the occasion as chief guests alongside students from various faculties, inspiring a palpable sense of community and joy in the celebration of Thai Pongal.
See more photos from the festivities below:
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