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Delhi Press takes the contests route to engage readers of Grihshobha, Champak

16-November-2010
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Delhi Press takes the contests route to engage readers of Grihshobha, Champak

Delhi Press has announced contests for its women-centric publication ‘Grihshobha’ and kids’ magazine ‘Champak’. While for ‘Grihshobha’ readers, the group has introduced Quick Knit Contest, the Creative Child Contest is underway for readers of ‘Champak’.

For Quick Knit Contest, homemakers, who are skilled in knitting, are being invited to compete for gift hampers from popular brands and cash prizes. The theme of the competition is Glamorous Knitting. To take part in this competition, women readers can call and register on any day. The competition is divided into four categories – wearable, accessories, jewellery and wild knitting.

Entrants will be provided with 200 gm wool and three hours to complete a unique item. By following the guidelines for entries, contestants will make one item using the wool given from any of the four given categories. In case a contestant has a design in mind, she could bring appropriate accessories to make her design complete and groovy. Winners of this qualifying round from various states will then be called for a final Knitting Queen contest to be held in Delhi, and along with their winning entries will be spotlighted in ‘Grihshobha’. The competition will be judged by industry professionals, who will provide a critique for each selected entry.

For the young readers of ‘Champak’ magazine, Delhi Press group has launched the Champak Creative Child Contest. Judges have started assessing the second round of submissions to pick the winners of this year’s Champak Creative Child Contest grand finale.

The first round of scrutiny was done by various kids’ experts. The contest is on across the country and the process of selecting the finalists is currently underway. The details of the finalists and the event will be announced by Delhi Press soon.

 

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