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The four day biennial Darul Huda Islamic University national arts fest drew to a close at central campus Chemmad on Monday. The highly laudable event, organized by the managing authority of DHIU, Faculties and the research students of DHIU, drew the participation of nearly 2600 candidates in 230 items from the 32 affiliated colleges spreading in the twenty states of India.

Inaugurating the valedictory session of the Sibaq, Dr. Aslam Haneef ,vice chancellor of MAANU(Moulana Azad National Urdu University) declared “collective values ought to be proliferated by means of arts and make advancements possible using it”.

The formal declaration of overall championship was by the P.G dean K.C Muhammed Baqawi . Darul Huda UG Chemmad won the overall championship and SHIC (Sabeelul Hidaya Islamic College) Parappur the second position and the NIICS (National Institute for Islamic and Contemporary Studies) Chemmad the third position.

The appealing piece of the fifth edition of Sibaq was the vibrant and colourful perfomances of the students from states of West Bengal, Assam, Karantak and Andhra Pradesh. At Chemmad the competitions were held at 10 venues to minimise the complexity of candidates within the five categories of Bidaya, Uoola , Thaniya , Thanawiyya and Aliya.

 The prior reflection of the whole arts festival was the formation of dynamic civilization in progress, known to be the Darul Huda culture which is permeating twenty states of India.

Delivering the welcome address, E.M Suhail Hudawi ,chief coordinator of the Sibaq fifth edition presented the thanks to the members who made the sibaq successful from controllers , team result , PG Faculties, juries , contestants , the affiliated colleges, team media , volunteers , gift committee, food water suppliers , the sponsors and the whole students who cooperated with the event.

The Sibaq 2019 is providing an exemplary ideal figure of organization of events thanks to its whole formation of cooperation, arrangements, standardization, classification and team work.

 

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The 5th SIBAQ national art fest ran by Darul Huda Islamic University opened its grandfinale witnessing majestic renditions of cultural art items on 25 January with hoisting 32flags followed by demonstrative processsion labelled under every competing instiutions ofregional and national identity . Inagurating the arts fest Syed Haider Ali Shihab Thangal,chancellor of Darul Huda Islamic University stressed the significance of integrated forms ofart manifestations in the modern world and how art form an scholarly identity in the globalcultural milieu. Introducing the sibaq he inspired the students to have a healthy outlook atthe art festivals.

The large contestant arts fest comprises more than three thousand candidates in 192 items.SIBAQ grand finale is all set to bring together three thousand candidates from twenty statesunder five roofs at Darul Huda Islamic University. The grand opening was on 25 Januarywith hoisting 32 flags followed by demonstrative procession labelled under everycompeting institutions of regional and national platform. The 2019 edition of Sibaq is opento all forms of artistic performances including Kaviyarang (Poetry recitation), triangular debates, Ghazal, Kadahkadanam(history narration) and Padakshari(Malayalam spelling bee) .

Addressing the guest speech V. Musafar Ahammed, the laureate of Kerala SahithyaAcademy referred "The distinctive nature of SIBAQ arts fest is it offers an insight intoclassical and modern culture and the discrete performances in the progressive muslimsociety " . The opening session was felicitated by Dr. T Abdul Majeed , registrar CalicutUniversity , M.P Navas kalpetta , general seceratary of MSF state committee and P. RamshadPonnani, general secretary K.S.U state committee.

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MAJESTIC OPENING FOR SIBAQ 2019

SIBAQ, a national art fest ran by Darul Huda Islamic University, commenced its primary rounds witnessing majestic renditions of effulgent art items. The large contestant arts fest comprises more than three thousand candidates in 93 items.

SIBAQ 2019 primary rounds is all set to bring together three thousand candidates from twenty states under four roofs at Shamsul Huda Islamic Academy( Bidaya category) , Darul Uloom Islamic Da’wa College (Uoola) , Bustahnul Uloom College (Thaniya) And Darul Hidaya Da’wa College (Thanawiyya) respectively. The grand opening was on 12 January.

The 2019 edition of SIBAQ is open to all forms of artistic performances including Kaviyarang, triangular debates, Ghazal, Kadahkadanam , Padakshari and Musha’ra . The distinctive nature of SIBAQ arts fest is it offers an insight into classical and modern culture and the discrete performances. SIBAQ was founded in 2004 as a triennial arts fest later it upgraded into biennial since 2016. The Bidaya category session was inaugurated by Sayed Hashir Ali Thangal and the prolific writer Ramanunni attended as the chief guest. The Uoola category session was inaugurated by Sayed Munawar Ali Shihab Thangal , and advocate Soopi chaired the session .

The Thaniya category was inaugurated by Kadannappally Ramachandran, minister for ports, museum , archaeology and archives . The Thanawiyya category session was inaugurated by Sayed Rajah Ali Shihab Thangal and Prof.Abid Ali Hussayn Thangal M.L.A attended as the chief guest. The primary rounds’ appealing performances suggest the cut-throat competitions between the institutions have achieved laudable qualities that candidates share as well as the juries.

As the primary rounds drop the curtain Darul Huda Islamic University register its victory being selected for 56 items .Sabeelul Hidaya Parappur jot down its subsequent position being qualified for 55 items. Islahul Uloom Arabic College Tanur maintained the succeeding place being qualified for 48 items. Apart from providing opportunities to the arts performances, the main tenet behind the SIBAQ is to create a dialogue between the spectators and the performer. The scheduled items on multiple levels really engage the viewer to develop perspectives beyond their lens of comprehension.