Every student and young person is bestowed with talent, and there is at least one skill that they can be good at, depending on the environment in which they are raised in.

The much anticipated 25th Thirumurai Bhajan Competition is back with a bang. Organised by the Hindu Society of University of Malaya (HiSUM), the online competition will commence on the 27th and 28th of February 2020 via their official Facebook page. 

It’s definitely worth exploring the ‘Essence of Hinduism’ which also happens to be the theme of the 25th Thirumurai Bhajan Competition.

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This competition plays a role in promoting and preserving one’s knowledge on Hinduism. Students keen on Bhajans could use this platform to bring light to the secrets hidden in the principal texts of Hinduism. 

Wondering what’s special for this year’s competition?

Well, for the first time a Bharatanatyam competition has been put in place for the public. With the registration fees at RM10, all participants between the ages of 15 – 25 years old can participate in the competition. To those who have an interest in classical dance, make yourselves available and grab this opportunity by registering your particulars through Divya at (01126436022). 

A total number of 11 competitions will be taking place namely Malay & Tamil public speaking, colouring, drawing, poetry, essay writing, reading of periodic table, religious puzzle, religious exhibition, student’s anthem, prayers for healing, and many more other activities are in store for participants.

Grab your chance now! Terms and conditions apply. 

For any inquiries, do DM the project organiser Shivaroopini Mohan (0149314996); or Sashwin Naayer at (0109644723).