Kalakaar is an annual international photography contest conducted by Vibha. It is free to participate, open to all ages and offers exciting prizes. Every photo you snap, send and share makes a difference.
This photography contest runs from March 15 to April 15, 2015. The contest results will be declared at the end of May 2015. This year's contest is brought to you by Mubi.
First 3,500 participants get free 30-day VIP codes to watch movies on Mubi.
By participating in Kalakaar, you are supporting Vibha's cause - education and health care for underprivileged children. Please share the contest and your submissions on social media, use #VibhaKalakaar and link vibha.org in your posts. Explore Vibha, the cause that drives our organization and read about the projects we support.
All winning entries will be showcased on Kalakaar and Vibha websites and social media sites.
All winners will be awarded high-quality online certificates sponsored by CertLog, which are shareable on social media.
Most Liked Entry winner gets a $100 cash prize and Mubi subscription for 10 years
All qualifying entries will be reduced in size and uploaded to our Facebook page by the Kalakaar Team
First Prize winner gets a $100 cash prize and Mubi subscription for 10 years
Second Prize winner gets Mubi subscription for 10 years
Apart from the above mentioned winners, 40 exceptional photographs will be recognized by Mubi and will be awarded one year Mubi subscription to watch great movies.
Please note that the HDR category entries will be included in the 'Most Liked' and 'Mubi Exceptional Photo' prize category, but will not be included while judging the Grand Prize. If the response to the new category is good, we will look into introducing more themes under this category and awarding a grand prize for the HDR category in the coming years.
Vibha is a movement that empowers you to make a difference.
Our mission is to educate, empower and enable every individual who wishes to make a positive difference in the life of the underprivileged child. Founded in 1991, today Vibha has a volunteer network of over 2200 volunteers spread across 19 Action Centers in cities across the US and India. Till date, we have supported more than 250 projects in India and the US. Read more about our current projects.
All the projects supported by Vibha are exclusively targeted towards children. However, they span a wide range
of focus areas.
Vibha's main focus areas are:
By participating in Kalakaar 2015, you are supporting projects such as Door Step School in Maharashtra, India.
Door Step School believes that if a child cannot go to school, let’s take the school to the doorstep of the child. DSS seeks to educate illiterate children at these construction sites through their uniquely designed programs so that these children can have the opportunity to be a part of the formal education system. The goals of DSS are to conduct classes in basic literacy for children in the age group 5-15, educate children on basic hygiene, and provide mentorship in order to inculcate good values.