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Kreative Mind declares results of their All India Online Talent Competition AllIndiaOnlineTalentCompetition

Kreative Mind declares results of their All India Online Talent Competition

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 03 Feb 2022, 06:39 pm

Bengaluru/IBNS: Kreative Minds, a Bengaluru-based institute offering courses in Art, Design, Craft and Music to participants across all age groups, recently organised an All India Online Talent Competition.

The main idea behind the competition was to ensure that though people are forced to stay indoors as part of the pandemic containment regulations, there is no reason for talent to remain locked up too.

During the lockdown in 2020, the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic, it was to the arts and culture that people had turned to for succour.

Kreative Minds too wanted to encourage participants to realise the importance of art in life and feel motivated during this pandemic situation.

"Art is not just a hobby. It is a life skill which many of us don't realise. Kreative Minds is nurturing this life skill in its learners.
With these competitions, we try to provide a platform to all," said Amrita Tiwary, founder, Kreative Minds.

Results of the All India Online Talent Competition were recently announced.

The drawing and painting category was divided into several age groups -- Sarvaswa Prakash Pathak, Kishita Larecha and Misheeta Agarwala bagged the top three positions in the 4-6 year group; Agnivo Chatterjee, Saisusritha Srinivasan and Aaryav Vidyarthi were the top three in the 7-10 year group; Yog Sinojia, R. Bhargav and Niya Tony bagged the top three in the 11 year plus group.

There were two Indian dance categories -- R. Pooja Rucheraa, G. Srinidhi, and Shruthika Komuravelly topped in the Bharatanatyam section;  in Kathak, Sourodipto Mukherjee and Tanysha Dash topped the junior group while Lakshita Tiwari and Shreya Agarwal topped the senior group.

In the Hindustani Classical Vocal category -- Tanysha Dash and Misheeta Agarwala topped the junior group while Vihaan Kacholya, Ananya Chatterjee, and Akshata Yergol topped the senior category

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