All Gujarat Photography Exhibition is back, and it's bigger!

Manav Pratishthan Announces 13th All Gujarat Photography Competition

Lensmen of Gujarat should get equipped with their photographic gears as Manav Pratishthan announces its 13th all Gujarat Photography Competition. Manav Pratishthan, which is a not for profit organisation strives towards igniting zeal amongst youth to appreciate and get engaged in the growing visual art scenario especially through photography as the medium.

The organisation has been organising these state level photography competitions since 12 years now, and anyone who resides in Gujarat and considers his/her photographs aesthetically correct as a piece of art can submit their entries free of cost. Participants can submit their entries by July 16, 2017, and the winners will be declared on July 23, 2017. A panel of experienced judges would be analysing the submissions, and the deserving winners will be rewarded with cash prizes worth Rs. 20,000 and a chance to get showcased at the exhibition held by the organiser.

The competition entries should depict a particular theme, which is pre-declared by the organisers and after receiving flawless photographs on their last year’s theme of ‘Utsav’ (celebration), Manav Pratishthan has come up with a unique theme of ‘Creative Nature’ this time. To participate please send your entries at is the digital media partner for the contest. Winning photographs shall also be featured on the portal whereby millions around the world will see these photos.

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