Winning Essays of Bal-Mukund Chhote Philosopher Contest-2012

GROUP 1 [Age 5 to 7]

Topics [Max 500 words]:
  1. Describe about any one playful act of Krishna as a child.
  2. Tell us about your favorite personal form of God (Ishta Devata) and describe why you like that form the most.

WINNERS

FIRST PRIZE:
Saish Dige- Wesley Chapel, FL
Click to read his winning essay- Story of Lord Narshimha
SECOND PRIZE
Tia Vasudeva-Marlboro, NJ
Click to read her winning essay- Something about Lord Krishna
THIRD PRIZE
Shyam Siva- Shrewsbury, MA
Click to read his winning essay-  Krishna avatar leela
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GROUP 2 [Age 8 to 11]

Topics [Max 800 words]:
  1. Explain about the significance of any one avatar of Vishnu and outline the lessons you’ve learned from that avatar, which you can adopt in your life.
  2. Describe how temples and holy places, play a vital role in helping us to reach the omnipresent God.

WINNERS

FIRST PRIZE:
Shruthi Siva- Shrewsbury, MA
Click to read her winning essay-What I like most about Lord Krishna
SECOND PRIZE:
Shivek Narang: Fremont, CA
Click to read his winning essay-Story of Ram avatar
THIRD PRIZE:
Emilio Mendez-Vanderbilt, PA
Click to read his winning essay- Bhakti, Gyan and Karma
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GROUP 3 [Age 12 to 15]

Topics [Max 1200 words]:
  1. Pick two characters from Ramayan and explain what you can learn from them.
  2. What morals we can learn from Ramayan and how it can be applied today.

WINNERS

FIRST PRIZE:
Gayatri Sadachar- Chandler, AZ
Click to read her winning essay- The Ramayana: pillar of righteousness
SECOND PRIZE:
Alankrita Dayal- Fremont, CA
Click to read her winning essay- Ravana’s other side
THIRD PRIZE:
Karthik Meyippan- Bellevue, WA
Click to read his winning essay-Story of Mareecha and Hanuman

CONGRATULATIONS !! to all the winners …. KEEP WRITING & KEEP GROWING !!

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