Mumbai: Taal magazine gives an insider’s view of St Xavier's Malhar 2022

First published in 2017, Taal is the official Malhar publication that documents the conceptualisation, progress, and administration of the annual fest.

Staff ReporterUpdated: Thursday, August 25, 2022, 09:51 AM IST
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St. Xavier's College, Mumbai |

Mumbai: St. Xavier's College is back with renowned fest Malhar. The spectrum of events offered by Malhar range from World performing arts and literary arts, all the way to out-of-the-box contests that one cannot fit into a simple tag.

Malhar Fest, renowned for its youth and glamor, is credited for its tradition of documenting each memory, or what students call their ‘Malhar Moment.’

Curated with passion, Taal gives one the ‘Malhar’ experience from the comfort of their room.

First published in 2017, Taal is the official Malhar publication that documents the conceptualisation, progress, and administration of the annual fest. Each year Taal follows a certain theme and direction and is a historic document that conveys the legacy of the festival to future generations.

Filled with conversational pieces, insightful interviews, eloquent articles, and a montage of college life during Malhar-Taal gives everyone an insider’s view of the fest. Keeping the principle of ‘change is the only constant’ at its heart, Taal, too, changes and evolves with each passing year.

This year, with “Taal: Escape into the Light”, Malhar 2022 powered by Fast and Up, and partnered by Nixi explores the transformational journey of various students involved in the organising workforce and how it helps them transcend their potential. Curated with passion, Taal gives one the ‘Malhar’ experience from the comfort of their room.

“To the future quartet, There will be times when you’ll feel unsure, doubtful of yourself, and burdened with a plethora of pending tasks. The process may be tedious, but the results make it all worth the wait. You will see yourself grow and change your approach to many things. And that’s what matters at the end of it all,” says an excerpt from the magazine quoting chairperson for Malhar 2022, Tarini Pujar.

The college aims to explore the journey of Malhar Aurora 2022 with Taal, on August 28 and 29.

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