By Lakshay Suri, Master in Management Student –  September 2014 Intake



On 29th May hosted by IE India Club Madrid Chapter, witnessed a complete package ranging from Bollywood performances prepared by IMBA students to lip smacking Indian snacks.  The nightlong party held at Larios Café, one of the coolest clubs in Madrid, with 3 hours open bar left every one thrilled, as it was one of its kinds hosted this year giving everyone a chance to learn and share some Bollywood moves. Although the planned performances, cocktail hours, Indian snacks etc went flawless but it was the number of IE students who came that made this night a huge success. A tradition that left everyone spellbound was the people dancing to the tunes of “Dhol”, a double-headed drum quite popular in Indian weddings. Dozens of rhythms played on the dhol gave everyone an Indian feel and the India Club left no stone unturned to ensure everyone enjoys a lot.

The team hopes that everyone who attended the event would have enjoyed it as much as the team did. For those of you who were unable to attend, we missed you and wish to see you in next party.





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