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Participate in the Cycle Pure 'Your Reason To Pray' contest - blog about your reason to pray, however simple or off-beat, and you could win amazing prizes!
Participate in the Cycle Pure ‘Your Reason To Pray’ contest – blog about your reason to pray, however simple or off-beat, and you could win some amazing prizes!
Prayer doesn’t have to be a serious, sedate event; in India it is intrinsically linked with the joy of celebrating and self expression! Families gather together, become closer and create new traditions every year.
This Diwali, Cycle Pure Agarbathies asks you, what is your reason to pray?
It could be as simple as, “I hope that the last sweet in the box is still in the fridge when I wake up!” or “I hope my family is happy and safe this year”. Blog about your reason to pray and how you’ll celebrate this year using the Lakshmi Pooja Pack to create memories that are unforgettable.
The contest results are out, and have been announced on the brand website here. Please do go over and have a look! Congratulations to all the winners.
About the pack:
Lakshmi Pooja Pack is a pack containing everything that you would need to perform the Lakshmi Pooja. In our DIY world, now your celebrations become more personal and special as you can conduct the pooja yourself! Rediscover the thoughts behind certain rituals and redefine them as you celebrate this year!
1. Write a post on Your Reason To Pray and why you’ll be using a Lakshmi Pooja Pack this year!
2. Embed a link to the www.pureprayer.com site in your post
3. Submit your post URL at this link here
4. To make sure your post gets counted, we’d recommend that you also leave a link in the comments section here.
Contest open from 4th to 27th October 2013. Prizes will be announced by Cycle Pure on 30th October 2013.
1st Prize – an iPad Mini
2nd Prize – Nikon Coolpix L820 Advance Point and Shoot
10 Cycle Pure Agarbathies Branded Pen Drives and 10 Cycle Lakshmi Pooja Packs for other notable blogposts.
To be eligible for prizes, blogposts must include atleast one link to the www.pureprayer.com site
There is no restriction on the number of entries, but entries that are not genuine/created on multiple blogs for claiming prizes will be rejected. Judges decision on the winners is final.
The blog must be an active one (at least 5 posts in the last 3 months)
Blog submissions containing pornographic, adult, obscene or racist language will not be considered.
Contest open only to bloggers resident in India, and 18 years or older at the time of the entry.
A more detailed note on contest terms here.
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