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Kshitij, a name that only ever resonates with boundless enthusiasm and an undying passion for theatre, is not just the The Streetplay Society of the college, but almost a way of life to its true blue members. A huddle brimming with amplifying energy, the resonance built on a common cry; giving life a new life within a circle, orchestrating your heart beat to the tune of their song, Kshitij has nothing less to offer than a thrilling rush of blood.

With its intimate style and participatory approach, Kshitij has been using the holy Dafli and more alike, as instruments of socio-political change through their diverse themed plays for over a decade now.

The society's annual production for this year, Bhagwa Blues, investigates the historical and cultural processes through which the grand idea of wholism has been reduced to communal militarism. The play contests the narrow interpretation of Bhagwa and its complete distortion from what it was originally meant to be. The primary objective is to talk about how a colour has been propagated as a mass ideology against various minority sects of the country, while challenging the hegemony of a Hindu Rashtra, as insinuated by the Saffron Forces. Carrying the legacy of the society forward, the play bagged numerous laurels:

Keshav Mahavidyalaya 2nd
Trinity Institute of Professional Studies 2nd
Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology 1st
Best Actress : Monika Singh
Motilal Nehru College (E) Best Actress : Monika Singh
University College of Medical Sciences 1st
GB Pant Engineering College 1st
Best Actress : Monika Singh
Lakshmibai College 1st
Sagar Nagpal 1st
Best Actress : Monika Singh
Lady Hardinge Medical College 2nd
Sri Venkateswara College Special Mention
Best Actress : Monika Singh
Institute of Home Economics 1st
Saitan theatre festival 2nd
South Asian University 1st
Delhi Technological University Best Script
College of Vocational Studies Best Actress :Monika Singh
PGDAV (M) Best Music

Kshitij was also felicitated with an an award by Padma Bhushan recipient, Dr Bindeshwar Pathak for their performance on Sanitation, in Marora Village, Haryana to mark the momentous occasion of World Toilet Day.

This year, in an unprecedented attempt to celebrate the true essence of Nukkad, we also created a short sub production, 'Seh-mat' - a play that spread awareness about the basic rationale of human consent, and collaborated with various NGOs to take it to numerous nooks and corners around Delhi.

Thus, upholding the true spirit wholeness, Kshitij prides itself as The One Confluence of free Multi Dimensional Revolutionary Art.