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The Asian Paints Beautiful Home Blogger Contest is all about creating the home of your dreams. Write about it, and win some lovely prizes!
The Asian Paints & Ripple Links Beautiful Home Blogger contest is all about creating the home of your dreams. Write about it, and you have a chance to win some lovely prizes!
How do you make a home beautiful? What enables you to create gorgeous spaces that are cozy, sophisticated, welcoming or stunning? What is it that you to make your home uniquely yours?
Whether your home is the simplest of flats where the balcony doubles up as extra storage, or an ancestral mansion with a spacious garden, beautiful homes emerge from the people who live in them, and who make them what they are. So, here is your chance to write about how you create a beautiful home.
It took the brand team some time to come up with the results, given the number and high quality of many entries! But, here they are now.
Go check it out to see if your name figures on the list 🙂
1. Write a post on Great ways to have a Beautiful Home (Do include a little bit on how Asian Paints Home Solutions enables you to have a Beautiful Home)
2. Make sure you embed the Asian Paints Home Solutions link in your post.
3. Submit your entry here.
4. You’re done – but we’d recommend that you leave us a note here in the comments; since we are promoting the contest as well, we’ll be keeping track of the entries too.
A detailed set of terms and conditions for participation is up here.
Contest open until 5th Feb 2014.
But, there are early bird prizes for the first 15 entries submitted before 14th Jan!
Bonanza of prizes
So let us hear from you soon, on what makes your home beautiful!
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'Sania denied fairy-tale ending: suffers loss in AUS open final' says a news headline. Is this the best we can do? Is it a fitting tribute to one of the finest athletes we have in our country?
Sania Mirza bid an emotional and tearful farewell to her Grand Slam journey as a runner up in the mixed doubles final. Headlines read –
“Sania Mirza breaks down in tears while recalling glorious career after defeat in Grand Slam’
“Sania denied fairy-tale ending: suffers loss in AUS open final”
As parents, we put a piece of our hearts out into this world and into the custody of the teachers at school and tuition and can only hope and pray that they treat them well.
Trigger Warning: This speaks of physical and emotional violence by teachers, caste based abuse, and contains some graphic details, and may be triggering for survivors.
When I was in Grade 10, I flunked my first preliminary examination in Mathematics. My mother was in a panic. An aunt recommended the Maths classes conducted by the Maths sir she knew personally. It was a much sought-after class, one of those classes that you signed up for when you were in the ninth grade itself back then, all those decades ago. My aunt kindly requested him to take me on in the middle of the term, despite my marks in the subject, and he did so as a favour.
Math had always been a nightmare. In retrospect, I wonder why I was always so terrified of math. I’ve concluded it is because I am a head in the cloud person and the rigor of the step by step process in math made me lose track of what needed to be done before I was halfway through. In today’s world, I would have most probably been diagnosed as attention deficit. Back then we had no such definitions, no such categorisations. Back then we were just bright sparks or dim.
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