To observe the International Museum Day, a painting competition was organized at the Madhya Pradesh Tribal Museum here on Saturday. the competition was inaugurated by Pankaj Rag, Principal Secretary, Directorate of Culture.
As many as 170 students from various schools of the city participated in the competition. The competition was based on Madhya Pradesh Tribal Museum. The participants beautifully portrayed their perception with colourful paintings over the canvas.
The competition was divided into three categories based on students’ age criteria. School students from 6 years to 16 years participated in the competition. Some painted the Warli painting and some beautifully painted the interiors of tribal museum. Each painting was different and beautiful.
Some went beyond the imagination and painted beautiful historical buildings of the city. Besides, some showcased their devotion and painted gods and goddesses during competition.
The competition was divided into category A which included participants from 6 years to 9 years old, category B included participants from 10 years to 12 years old and the last category; Category C included participants from 13 years to 16 years old.
During the competition, the participants were provided with a colouring sheet on the spot along with the registrations. The registrations started by 11 am. Besides, the competition began from 12 noon and continued till 5 pm.
The competition was like an extravagance for the little painters and the spectators as well, as they have used their brilliance of painting blended with the perceptions displayed on the painting sheet. Further the little artists also displayed the uniqueness and beauty of a peaceful world through the variations of colours was commendable.