My New Pencil Shading for my Dad’s Birthday. This pencil sketch is done from an old photo of me and my father. 🙂
A painting on women empowerment done by me for a competition back in 2017, but left unpublished. I had won first prize for this painting. Topic was Women Empowerment and I used acrylic medium to paint this. Women have made
My Healthy India, where there are no malnourished children and people who are unhealthy is my dream. Let’s all come together to have healthy hygiene practices, vaccination for all children and adults, insect and pest control methods implementation and clean
Portrait Sketch From My Mother’s Photo. Trying to learn to do sketches from photos and this is one of my first trials. There is so much to improve. Still as a beginning, I liked this sketch, so does my Mother
Kith-Kith is an Indian traditional game similar to Hopscotch, played by most children in our country. It is known by various names in different states of India like Stapu, Ekhat-Dukhat, Paandi (Tamilnadu), Chirpi (Maharashtra), Kunte Bille (Karnataka), Tokkudu Billa in
Young Visionary Challenge 2017 Poster Design Competition was conducted online by Hindustan International School for Children’s Day and the result announced today. Happy to share that I won 2nd Runner Up Prize in the HIS Young Visionary Challenge 2017 Contest
Started my 5th Std today at The Schram academy, Maduravoyal today (April 10, 2014). Got all my books yesterday. Here is a drawing I had done for the parents review day in February 2014 of my school campus at Maduravoyal.
Meghna won 1st prize in the Tamilnadu state level for the Indian Postal Department Stamp Design Contest 2013 on the theme “A Day with Grand Parents”. Sr. Manager from the Postal Department came to her school ‘The Schram Academy’ and
Meghna won 6th GreenBees Drawing Contest 2013 held online. The competition was conducted by Greenbees, France. This contest was aimed at promoting discussions about cultural diversity through the creation of drawings. Meghna is a winner in the 7-8 age category.
Meghna’s entry for the UNESCO – UNGEI 2012 Drawing Contest. The topic was ‘What can a teacher do to ensure girls and boys benefit equally from quality education?’