Mumbai Meri Jaan: Kanakia Art Foundation's photography contest kicks off

The photographs could be old, it could be new.

May 23, 2014 11:05 IST India Infoline News Service

Kanakia Art Foundation has brought together an exclusive photography contest in MUMBAI MERI JAAN, for all those who have an eye for detail, and love to switch on their camera lenses to capture that critical moment which he or she thinks tells a story. The contest starts on May 23 will conclude on June 21.

The contest defined as the Eight Fold Path Spirit of Mumbai has eight categories: humanity, diversity, architecture, celerbrations, business, entertainment, food and games, and would be judged by ace photographer Atul Kasbekar.

The Foundation which has promoted and encouraged numerous artists, from various art forms like painting, poetry, pottery, sculpting, dramatics, dance and music, to follow their passion, now through the photography contest aims at paying tribute to Mumbai, and Mumbaikars, and their indomitable spirit, grit and love that personifies freedom.

The photographs could be old, it could be new. It could be black and white, it could be sepia, and it does not matter whether youre a novice or amateur or a professional photographer, this contest is open to all who are in love with the city!

So close your eyes, open your mind, paint your vision of Mumbai through your lenses, use #MumbaiMeriJaan to upload it on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or mail it to Apart from prizes, you stand a chance to get your photograph etched into history at Kanakia Art Foundation.


What you need?
A camera with at least 8 megapixels.

How you can participate?
Click the photograph: submit it on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram using #MumbaiMeriJaan or Email:

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