#ColourTherapy

It’s time to indulge in some Colour Therapy this Holi!

About the Competition
Call it art, call it therapy, whatever you call it, adding colour to blank spaces can make everything so much better!

Regardless of your age, grab some colour, unleash your creativity and win amazing prizes!

The Peacock – a bird known for its beauty, grace and vivid colours is an icon synonymous with the Murugappa Group. The peacock has been the Group’s logo for several decades now and represents it’s rich culture and heritage.

Two specially designed peacocks inspired by traditional Indian art forms have been custom-drawn by Chennai based artist Subadra Kalyanaraman for this colouring contest.

So don’t wait any longer, grab your colours now!

Option 1

Option 2

SUBMIT YOUR ENTRYS

How to Participate
  1. Download the peacock design of your choice here –  Option 1 /  Option 2
  2. Print out the design on an A4 sheet paper
  3. A maximum of three entries can be sent by one person (Same design or combination of the two)
  4. The image can be coloured using any colouring material of your choice
  5. You can digitally send your entry by submitting a scanned copy of your artwork here. Alternately you can courier your completed artwork to the address below

Mathangi V

Group Corporate Communications
Dare House, NSC Bose Rd,
Parry’s Corner, George Town,
Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600001, India

Terms & Conditions

1. This contest is open to the following age groups – 10 to 18, 19 to 30, 31 to 50, 51 to 70 and 70+
2. Artwork submitted on our website or sent across via courier must include contact details – Name, Age Group, Contact Number and Email ID. Entries without this information will not be evaluated
3. By entering the contest, the entrant acknowledges and warrants that the submitted artwork is an original piece created solely by them.
4. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for updates & announcement of the winners.
5. Decisions of the judges are final and binding.

About the Artist
Subadra Kalyanaraman is a management consultant who actively pursues art. She was among the first people in India to publish an adult colouring book based on Indian folk art, titled 'Shakuntala And Her Magic Box'. In her free time, Subadra also volunteers with Kri Foundation, a Chennai-based organisation that is into sprucing up public spaces with art

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