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The objective is to creatively photograph the cultural heritage of Srinagar with the following theme:
Sheher-e-Kashmir - “My Inheritance”
The categories for entries are:
1) Built heritage of Srinagar city – buildings, structures and precincts
2) Architectural elements - features and form.
3) Srinagar as a living city – people and places.

Prizes:
There will be three cash prizes for each of the three themes:
1. First prize: Rs.15,000/-
2. Second prize: Rs.10,000/-
3. Third prize: Rs.5,000/-
A viewer’s choice certificate will also be presented which will be based on public voting of entries at the exhibition.
Last day for the submission of entries is Saturday, 7th July 2012 till 5:00pm.

The entries shall be submitted at the INTACH office from 11:00am to 5:00pm, from Mon to Sat at the following address:
INTACH, J&K Chapter,
II Floor, Industries and Commerce Building,
Press enclave, Regal Chowk, Srinagar – 190001
Phone No: +91 194 2454951
Mobile No: 9469128333, 9419404790
www.heritageofkashmir.org
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