Department of French is celebrating Epiphany, with a very special cake!

2nd year students of BA French organised a wonderful celebration, with games and quizzes. Teachers and students from the Department, UG and PG, had an ADIPWOLI time!

Following the Epiphany tradition of France, a “fève” was hidden in the cake. One lucky student had it and was crowned Queen of the Day!

Epiphany, also called Feast of the Epiphany, Theophany, or Three Kings’ Day, (from Greek epiphaneia, “manifestation”), Christian holiday commemorating the first manifestation of Jesus Christ to the Gentiles, represented by the Magi, and the manifestation of his divinity. Epiphany is one of the three principal and oldest festival days of the Christian church. Roman Catholics, Lutherans, Anglicans, and other Western churches observe the feast on January 6, while some Eastern Orthodox churches celebrate Epiphany on January 19.