Jalsa is an event that celebrates the festival of Diwali and is the Indian Student Association's biggest event. Not only that, but it is the second largest event held on campus each year! This production comes together to showcase many different talents like singing and dancing. Jalsa is typically held in November of each fall semester and brings out both students and members from the community. At Jalsa, there is catered food, amazing performances, and a variety of different people to interact with. Overall, it's a great time for a wonderful festival.
Colours is UofL's way of celebrating the festival of Holi. This event is held at the end of each Spring semester and is a FREE event for college students! It's basically a better version of the Color Run, only there is no running involved, only more colors. This year, Colours is held on April 3rd, 2016 at 1:00 pm on the Lutz Hall Lawn. There will also be FREE food provided at the event! Bring your friends, family, and yourself to one of the most exciting events on campus!
The Mayor's Cup is an event hosted each summer by the Indian Student Association to bring Louisville's community together to play an all-time beloved sport, cricket. Multiple teams are chosen to come together and compete at this one to two-day event. The winner of the Mayor's Cup wins a cash prize! Come over this summer to witness one of the greatest sports of all time in real action. It's bound to be a tournament you won't want to miss.