Sabakuch.com is excited to announce Dr. Rajni Bala as one of the judges for the mega event of its ‘Adopt-A-Tree - Drawing Competition’, to be held on 22nd December 2018.
Dr. Rajni Bala is a PHD and an MA in drawing and painting from Agra University) and is currently serving society as a chairman of Evergeen Social Welfare Society. She is also a retired lecturer in Fine arts at the Govt. College of Women, Rohtak and is one of those rare artists who paints in the traditional genre to keep alive ancient Indian art forms. She employs a unique style. Instead of brushes, she uses specially built knives for her oil paintings. She has painted on almost all aspects of life, and has won several awards including the Vishishta Seva Praman Patra from Haryana Govt. Exhibitions of her work have been held all over the country and also the USA.
The theme of this competition is ‘Adopt-A-Tree’, and the first phase of the competition is already on its way wherein Team Sabakuch has started organizing the drawing competition at selected schools, colleges and organizations. The competition window for the first phase is from November 1st 2018 to December 16, 2018. The finest entries from the first phase will get shortlisted for the mega event and the winners will be awarded with exciting prizes at the Mega Event on December 22, 2018.
The competition has fund value of INR 2,00,000 in total and the best entry will be awarded with INR 31,000 in cash. In addition to monetary prizes, there are many consolation prizes as well.
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