eGreetings Design Contest for Holi 2017

eGreetings Design Contest for Holi 2017
Last Date Mar 07,2017 11:00 AM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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Holi is India’s magnum-opus festival, celebrated with enthusiasm and joy. The festival marks the victory of good over evil. This vibrant festival is enjoyed by splashing colours ...

Holi is India’s magnum-opus festival, celebrated with enthusiasm and joy. The festival marks the victory of good over evil. This vibrant festival is enjoyed by splashing colours and exchanging sweets with relatives & friends. MyGov invites its users to paint the colours of Holi by designing e-Greeting cards to capture the spirit of the occasion.

The last date of submission is 7th March, 2017, by 11:00 am.

Note: The participants are requested to NOT add the numeral '2017' in their designs.

Terms and Conditions

1. Submissions should be in the portrait layout with the size 10x12cm. Designs in any other size and layout would not be considered.

2. All designs shortlisted by the Standing Committee, after eliminating unsuitable entries, would be published on the portal.

3. The participants are requested to not add the numeral '2017' in the designs.

4. Based on actual usage, (i.e. citizen’s choice/acceptability) over the period 10th March, 2017 – 25th March, 2017, top 3 designs will be rewarded with a cash prize of Rs. 10,000/-, Rs. 7,500/- and Rs. 5,000/- respectively.

5. Subsequently, only the top 5 most used designs will be retained on the portal.

6. Entries should be original. Individuals submitting copied entries would not be considered for future contests.

Disclaimer: All efforts will be made by the Standing Committee to check for originality of the submissions, however MyGov and e-Greetings portal will not be held accountable for any submission identified as a copy.

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Himanshu Anand 2 years 11 months ago

Holi is India’s magnum-opus festival, celebrated with enthusiasm and joy. The festival marks the victory of good over evil. This vibrant festival is enjoyed by splashing colours and exchanging sweets with relatives & friends.

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Rahul Singh Rajput 2 years 11 months ago

Unity in Diversity
It isn't hard to see.
There is one thing we must believe in
And that thing is equality.

Happy Holi