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Shloka Scholars (6-11 Yrs) Apr 2024

A one of it's kind Shloka Recitation challenge for 6 - 11 Year Old Kids!
Send us your video reciting shlokas on our specially designed themes.
Stand a chance to win exciting prizes and certificates!
Get your child’s presentation published!

April 26th, 2024
06 to 11 Years

Important Things
That You Need to Know!

Tell your kids to recite shlokas in Sanskrit for time limits stipulated
for their age category on our specially designed themes!
Our experienced Judges will select the top 3 best submissions!
Every child who participates will be awarded a “Shloka Scholar” Certificate
/and a chance to get his/her shloka recitation video published. Excited? 🙂

  • level
    Level

    Basic

  • cities participants from
    Participants from

    500 Cities

Themes

Lord Shiva! Lord Hanuman!

Shlokas, with their melodic resonance, evoke a surge of positive energy,
instilling serenity and tranquility. Scientifically validated,
they serve as potent catalysts for enhancing mental prowess and concentration.
The enunciation of shlokas not only refines speech but
also brings forth a crystalline clarity of expression.

Participate in the WizKids Shloka Scholars Shloka Recitation
Contest to showcase your mastery. Choose a shloka resonating with our
theme and adhere to the stipulated time limits for your category.

We are eagerly anticipating the submission of your
soul-stirring performance videos!

How to Submit Entries

From Confirmation to Submission in 3 Clicks!
Easy to Submit Entries through our specially created links for upload!

Step 1

Pay Registration Fee & Fill the Registration Form

Step 2

You will receive an automated email with Guidelines and the Upload Link

Step 3

Click on the Upload link in the email to Submit your Entry as per the age group!

Contest Timeline

  • April

    26

    Last date of
    Submission

  • May

    09

    Date of Result
    Declaration

  • May

    14

    Digital certificates

  • May

    17

    Date of magazine
    publication

  • May

    28

    Date of Feedbacks
    (for Subscribers)

Prizes

Exciting Prizes to encourage our wiz kids!

1st Prize

Gift Card ( ₹800) + Medal + Physical Certificate

2nd Prize

Gift Card ( ₹500) + Medal + Physical Certificate

3rd Prize

Gift Card ( ₹300) + Medal + Physical Certificate

Prizes

Exciting Prizes to encourage our wiz kids!

1st Prize

Gifts from Scholastic + Medal + Physical Certificate

2nd Prize

Gifts from Scholastic + Medal + Physical Certificate

3rd Prize

Gifts from Scholastic + Medal + Physical Certificate

Get Personalised Feedback

Receive detailed feedback from our Expert Judges on your child’s
strengths, weaknesses and suggestions for improvement!

  • Given by our Expert Judges
  • Templatized, actionable feedback
  • Improvement areas for future contests
  • Designed for parents & teachers
  • Specific parameter-based feedback

Frequently Asked Questions

We’re here to help make your journey as seamless as possible and
answer any questions or concerns you may have.

The language of submission is Sanskrit.

Any child who is aged between 6 Yrs - 11 Yrs can participate.

No, You need to choose shlokas based on our specially designed themes.

Yes, to ensure level playing field we have the following age group categories- 6-8 Yrs & 9-11 Yrs. Wizkids is India's largest paid digital platform hosting a variety of contest formats for kids of 3-15 Yrs with participation from 500+ cities spread over 36 States & Union Territories.

Yes.
6-8 Yrs - 1.5-2 min
9-11 Yrs - 2.5-5 min (recitaion), 1-2 min (meaning explanation)

Each shloka recitation would be evaluated on the parameters of -
Fluency & Memory, Pronunciation, Presentation, Tone(6-8) Meaning Explanation (only for 9 - 11), Overall Performance

You need to submit only the video of your child's shloka recitation performance.

No. only kids in 9-11 Yrs age category hv to explain the meaning of shlokas that they would recite.

Yes. The child can explain the meaning in 1-2 min

No. The child should recite the shlokas. Singing of shlokas is not allowed.

Your child can explain the meaning in English / Hindi Language.

No. The child must memorize the shlokas and its meaning.

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