We are thrilled to collaborate with Aleph Book Company on their latest release, Song of Draupadi by Ira Mukhoty. The book is a retelling of the Mahabharata through the stories of the courageous and resilient women of the great epic — Draupadi, Kunti, Satyavati, Ganga and others.
To celebrate them, we hosted a caption-contest using open-access Indian art that features Draupadi, & women of the Mahabharata
Three winning creators get the book + a chance to attend a private interview with the author.
How to participate:
- Choose any image from the templates given below. Clicking on the image will open it in our Meme Maker [we will only accept entries created using the THL Maker].
- Add a witty caption, dialogue or meme the artwork.
- Download it and share on social media [Twitter / Instagram ]
- Make sure you’ve tagged : @theheritagelab AND @alephbookco
- We will also be featuring some of the submissions on this page on Monday, 9th August.
Some general rules and things to keep in mind:
We’re able to accept a maximum of two submissions per person.
The caption can be in any form of literary expression – dialogue, meme, prose, poetry, as one word or a word play. A good caption would ideally be within 20 words.
We’d be picking the winners based on originality, humour and precision.
Entries that use offensive language will be disqualified.