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Children to Paint their Imagination of Clean Ganga

All of the participants are expected to enroll themselves in the online form issued by Atulya Ganga. The winners will be awarded assorted gifts and prizes.

We are into the mid of Lockdown phase 4, making our best efforts to fight this nasty disease. Lockdown is not only a new word for all of us but has brought with itself an all together  new and  first-of-its-kind experience in all our lives, undoubtedly posing a lot of challenges to our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Therefore, Atulya Ganga, keeping in mind the utmost efforts we are making to keep things  together, is launching an online drawing competition for children as well as elders. And what better event to organize the competition than on World Environment and bring everyone together if not physically, at least virtually.

Atulya Ganga is an organization of retired Army Veterans who have made it their life mission to make our very own natural treasure Ganga, clean. Now that the competition is about to set afloat everyone at Atulya Ganga is buried in preparations. All of the participants are expected to enroll themselves in the online form issued by Atulya Ganga. The results will be announced on 5th June, and the winners will be awarded assorted gifts and prizes.

The competition has been named as ‘Meri Rango Se Meri Ganga’ and they have devised several themes keeping in mind the age groups in an attempt to provide everyone the freedom of imagination. Along with, making them aware of the Ganga  we are also trying to probe their hearts with it, as Ganga has always been special to every individual one way or another. We all have witnessed how our river Ganga has rejuvenated during lockdown since there was no one around to disturb its free flow. This in one sense will also somewhere ignite the desire to protect the river and try to bring it to the state it originally was and has always deserved.

Retired Colonel-General Manoj Keshwar of Atulya Ganga stated that, “We have chosen the themes of the competition in a way that the children are made aware of the changing situations of the river. Through this online competition, children will be able to use their imagination to the full and we are confident that we will get the art composed by the children, which we will display in front of people on our official online portal, so that there will be increased awareness about Ganga amongst the masses.”

This initiative is  unique and has been widely appreciated by esteemed schools like Jindal Public School. The Principal of Dwarka-based Jindal Public School expressed, “We are very impressed by the initiative of online competition, ‘Meri Rango Se Meri Ganga’ being organized by the Atulya Ganga. Our school children are excited to participate in this competition. Ganga is an integral part of the country and if children get a chance to contribute to this great river by any means, then they must join. This competition will increase awareness about the river in older people and children”.

Anu Bajaj of St. Mary School also shared, “This online art competition being organized for children will increase awareness among children to save Ganga. We know how impressionable minds children have and it will be amazing to see what all their unbridled imagination can do. They can leave a long-lasting impression on people and society about Ganga with their painting. I can’t wait to see them all.”

The competition is just as exceptional as the organization Atulya Ganga whose brainchild is this idea. It is the only organization that is run by the dedicated army veterans of the country, who aim to protect Ganga from industrialization and pollution. The institution has always tried to connect school children with Ganga’s heritage because the institution believes that the future of Mahanadi Ganga rests with the country as well as the children, who will be our future. We wish people will continue to introspect and do the best that they can as humans, as citizens, and as an individual.

The views and opinions expressed by the writer are personal and do not necessarily reflect the official position of VOM.

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