SikhNet's 2019 Script Writing Contest!

We will be selecting prize winners from two categories...

Wanted: Creative Writers!

SikhNet is looking for creative writers to create new original Sikh-themed stories for kids. Select stories to be made into audio stories and animated!

PRIZES! 

We will be selecting prize winners from two categories:

Ages - up to 15 years old

  • First prize:  $500 USD
  • Second prize: $50 Amazon giftcard
  • Third prize: $25 Amazon giftcard

Ages 16-24

  • First prize: $500 USD
  • Second prize: $50 Amazon giftcard
  • Third prize: $25 Amazon giftcard

Adults aged 25+

No prize, but the chance to have your story made into a SikhNet story.

One or more of the winning stories will be made into new SikhNet Audio Stories and may also be turned into a simple animated video as well!

Submission Deadline: September 15, 2019

Read More About The 2019 Contest

In 2011 Team Khalsa was the winning story. Team Khalsa has been a favorite on SikhNet Stories for years and it is currently being animated for release in September.  Click here to read about the winners. Your story could be the next great story on SikhNet Stories! 

Read More About The 2019 Contest

Can you help spread the word?

Share this on your social media OR post the below poster in your Gurdwara:

Competition Flyer

Heard about SikhNet Stories? 

In honor of Guru Nanak Dev's 550th birthday celebration, SikhNet will be releasing a new Guru Nanak Dev story each month leading up to November.

Guru Nanak and the Two Villages - a New Audio Story!

Our new audio story tells of how the great master Guru Nanak traveled with Mardana and Bala, spreading the Nectar of Truth throughout the world. Mardana doesn't understand why Guru Nanak would bless both the mean people of one village, as well as the kind people of another village.  

Listen to the the story here...

 


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