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Kala (Art) Kuwait presents NIRAM 2016
October 12, 2016, 1:23 pm

Kala (Art) Kuwait, a leading progressive art and socio cultural organization among the Indian community in Kuwait has scheduled to conduct ‘NIRAM 2016’ painting competition, in association with ‘AMERICAN TOURISTER’, on the occasion of Children's Day celebration to mark the birthday of the First Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, on 11 November at Indian Community School, Khaitan, at 2pm.

The program will include painting completion for the Indian school students and a ‘Marathon Open Canvas Painting’ for the other attendees including parents, visitors and guests.

The painting competition will be conducted in four different age groups: Group A (LKG to 1Std), Group B (2 to 4 std), Group C (5 to 8 std) and Group D (9 to 12 std).

The media for Group ‘A’ and ‘B’ will be Crayons while Group ‘C’ and ‘D’ will be water colors. Crayons and water colors shall be brought by the participants. Stamped Drawing papers will be supplied by the organizers.

Clay modeling competition also will be conducted for students from 7 to 12 standards. Clay will be provided by the organizers.

The Marathon Open Canvas Painting is conducting in a view to display everyone’s views and talents through their vivid creations.

For the successful conduct of the program, a reception committee has been formed headed by Sunil Kumar as General Convener and Mukesh V. P. as Registration Convener.

Besides the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and merit prizes, ten percent of the participants will be awarded with consolation prizes. The winners are liable to prove their age group with relevant documents in case the organizers request so. Parents also have the opportunity to win prizes for Open Canvas Painting.

Students can register their names through

For further details: E-mail, or call, 97959072, 97219833, 97219439,  66015466, 67042514.

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