President: Adaa Jasmine

Our society was formed to represent the culture and festivals of South Asia. We are acting as a medium for both British Asian and International South Asian students to feel at home while being away from home. Providing great opportunities for students to socialise with Bollywood Nights, festivals, Chai and Chats, Cricket matches and other events. Helping them ease into a new environment and make the most out of their time at University. Everyone is welcome to be a part of our society to explore, learn and celebrate our culture.

 

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