Kerala Tourism Department has launched a photography contest with cash prizes for the best clicks showing the scenic beauty and splendour of Kerala in a creative approach to promote tourism in the state. The initiative was unveiled by the state Tourism Minister A P Anil Kumar. The best picture will win a cash prize of Rs. 5 lakh while second and third best pictures will get Rs. 3 lakh and Rs. 2 lakh respectively. Besides, five consolation prizes of Rs. 1 lakh each will also be awarded. Participants can send in up to three entries. “It is for the first time that the State Government is coming out with a contest offering such huge amounts as prize money,” said the Tourism Minister. The photographs should be original and the applicants should have its copyright. Only pictures take...Read More...
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