The ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’ Club of Khalsa College for Women, Civil Lines, Ludhiana, in collaboration with the Department of Chemistry organized a cultural extravaganza under the title ‘Amravati Darshan’ on 21st April 2022. Around 50 students participated and performed in the event enthusiastically . Since the paired state for Punjab under EBSB is Andhra Pradesh; students were apprised about the various aspects of Andhra through the cultural programme.   Students performed ‘Lambadi’  a folk dance of the banjara tribe having its origin in the village of Andhra Pradesh. In the spicy treat activity students prepared  cuisines of the state such as Medu Vada, Biryani and Idli sambar etc. while apprising the audience about red chilly being a signature product of Andhra Pradesh. The state also wears a crown of being India’s largest exporter of Chilly. Students also put up a fashion parade showcasing various ethnic and traditional attires of Andhra Pradesh under the title Srimati Amravati.The USP of the initiative was to identify the unique culture and heritage of Andhra Pradesh  and enhance the cultural connect among the people of both the states. The Principal Dr. Mukti Gill appreciated the efforts of the club members and urged the students to enrich themselves with the knowledge of rich culture and heritage  of the various aspects of their country.