Design Indian Link's Diwali card and win prizes

Get those colouring pencils and paints out -- it's time to let those creative juices flow.

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Are you 12 years old or under? If yes, you’re in for some excitement this Diwali. Like every year, this year too we are back with a fun competition for all you kids out there. See the mandala below?

All you have to do is paint or colour in as you like it. Photocopy it if you want.
Send us your work along with your name, address, age and phone number to:
Indian Link,
GPO Box 108,
Sydney 2001


We’re giving away prizes in two categories: For kids up to 7 years and for kids between 8 and 12 years. For both categories,

🏆 1st Prize: Book voucher worth $75

🏆 2nd Prize: Book voucher worth $50

So what are you waiting for? Get painting! The last date to send in your entries is 10 October 2018. For more details, call 02 9290 1855 or email media@indianlink.com.au.

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