Proud to be Media Partner of Prerna (Inspiration) Awards to Nurture Languages

Welcome the first of its kind nationwide public competition in Singapore for Tamil, Hindi & Urdu languages –”Prerna Awards” – 4 Events over 3 days and many qualifying competitions leading to finals in January’17. Rainbowdiaries is so proud to be their media partner and to be able to spread a word about this initiative.

  • The aim is to create awareness about the rich, cultural & literary heritage that we share as a community and also showcase the upcoming talents in the field of writing, public speaking and poetry in Singapore.

  • Prerna Awards will be running the competition phase from 1 Aug – 30 October’16 and the final competition and grand award ceremony will be held on 21 January’17.

  • Prerna Awards has established media, writing and public speaking professionals on the panel for judging, mentoring and advising like Ma.Anbalagan ( President Tamil Kavi Malai ),V.P.Jothi ( Honorary Chairman ,Tamil Language Council) , Harikrishnan ( President Tamil Toastmaster’s Club ), Kahild Hussain ( Sub-editor Business Times) , Abid Surti ( Award Winner Author, Artist & Environmentalist), Zafar Anjum ( Author & Publisher ) etc.

The first final Prerna competition was well attended & received .The final competition & award ceremony was streamed live at RINGS.TV & can be seen under Hindi channel. Watch it here.


Register here:

More info: / contact 9887 7117

Lets contribute our bit to preserve, nurture and felicitate our languages…


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10 comments on “Proud to be Media Partner of Prerna (Inspiration) Awards to Nurture Languages”

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  2. May Palacpac Reply

    Congratulations on being media partner to a worthwhile advocacy. Using your skills to push a worthy initiative forward is one of the privileges we bloggers should take advantage of.

  3. roch Reply

    It’s so amazing for people to learn and understand multiple languages. This competition will inspire more kids to write and speak languages in Singapore.

  4. Claire Algarme Reply

    This is a wonderful initiative in preserving languages and culture. With the advent of technology, certain traditions and part of culture, including language, seems to fade into history. I wish your group all the best in this great endeavor.

  5. Elizabeth O. Reply

    This is a great way for promoting love for your native language and for allowing others to appreciate it too. I’m glad you’re part of the whole event, that’s really rewarding!

  6. Gigi M Reply

    I used to be a member of Toastmasters club. It’s really inspiring to hear the club members speak. I see someone is a member that’s why I mentioned it. It’s always important to preserve one’s heritage. I’m sure this will be a big success. 🙂

  7. Fred Reply

    Kudos on this initiative to preserve traditional languages for kids who grow up in other countries. I think it is imperative that everyone knows how to speak their native tongue and stay connected to their mother culture.

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