Students studied the different hand forms, creative things made from wood, paper rolls, glass and even threads. There were paintings made on cars, refrigerators and cupboard; a big tap made using small taps and bucket from aluminium; best-out-of-waste products displayed. Students saw models made from metal pieces, spare parts, hallogen lights, even rods and pipes. A bike was made from broken bike pieces, broken watch and many other useless things. A tree was made from rope and its leaves were made with tyre of cycle, then lots of origami work, paintings, sculptures, pottery, decoration items were displayed. Even jewellery items carved out of stone and paper quill had been showcased. Embossed cloths were also put up for sale. They saw an eye-opening street play. All together there were 60 odd stalls presented in front of the people. Birlites enjoyed a lot, followed by a delicious lunch.It was the last day of the festival and was an great experience for everyone.