Additionally the Chairman at NIMS, Dr. Balbir Singh Tomar introduced the occasion by taking after the custom of 'Profound Yagya' or light illumination in NIMS sanctuary in the college premises. The second day likewise started on the same note when Dr. Balbir lit the diyas while favorable mantras were droned by the understudies.
The "jagran" of goddess Durga was composed on the second day of the festival. Dr. Balbir said that the Jagran of the blessed goddess Durga edifies nature. He was truly happy that NIMS University can give an all encompassing training to understudies which underscores on inward quality and purity as much as it spotlights on their scholarly vocations.
Tending to the understudies Prof. Tomar said that these nine days are similar to giving edification, advancement and vitality to the spirit. It's a party which quiets one's brain and it's likewise like offering triumph to the huge personality. It's a feeling of complete acknowledgment of the self.
The last day of the festival was checked by joyful making as the night was devoted to a nation's indigenous move structure - 'Dandiya'. An understudy at NIMS University said that the night was loaded with energy; bliss of musicality, satisfaction and happiness; or more every one of the a quiet and tranquility that join commitment to goddess Durga.