Campus ka Mahayudh: ek phool do maali

  • Geetanjali Taragi, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
  • Updated: Jun 18, 2014 18:51 IST

Dilli ki garmi and usmein padhai? Not so difficult for colleges that boast of sprawling lawns. In the hunt for the coolest college on campus, today we get you the great green battle.

A perfect hideout to escape a boring lecture or a fun banter hub, a college garden is the best way to catch some fresh air. For the ideators, the loners, or the gossip mongers in students, the vast green spaces make for an ideal environment from the otherwise boring concrete walls.

In the quest to find the coolest college on campus, HTCity-Fever104 Campus Ka Mahayuddh decided to pit two colleges, Lady Shri Ram and Miranda, against each other to know which one boasts of the best garden. Locking horns were Sanjana from Miranda and Kriti from LSR.

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It wasn’t an easy job to account for the vast greens, so ­RJ Khurafati Nitin supported LSR and RJ Rhicha supported Miranda. Sanjana from Miranda started the debate by arguing that her college was a "heritage site in itself with many botanical gardens". "In fact, our garden is so green ki yahan har doosre din peacocks aate hain," she said. Kriti from LSR rebutted, "Heritage site ka pata nahi, but our college has been winning the best garden award for decades.

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Not only this, the college has not just one but three kinds of lawns and dustbins. Many heated rounds later, it was decided that the grass is greener on Lady Shri Ram college’s side. The winner was adjudged by actor Sunny Leone.

Stay tuned for more

Catch campus debates on different topics on-air on Fever 104FM, and the results will be declared in HT City the next morning. For more photos, ­information and ­participation, log on to; Twitter: @htcity

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