International Tiger Day with tiger paintings by children
India committed itself to protecting tigers by launching Project Tiger in 1973. Starting with a small number of 9 tiger reserves in 1973, we have come a long way with 50 tiger reserves and a tiger population touching 3000. The fact that India now accounts for 70% of the global tiger population, speaks volumes of the success of Project Tiger. Let us celebrate International Tiger Day or the Global Tiger Day with some beautiful paintings by children from different parts of India. Children love tigers and at the same time they are in awe of this majestic wild cat. See these beautiful tiger paintings by child artists across India. These have been shortlisted from Khula Aasmaan children’s art competition, which is a free online art competition.
Tiger paintings by child artists
As is the case for all aspects of Khula Aasmaan, the diversity of these child artists is evident in terms of geographies, kind of schools they go to as well as their socio-economic backgrounds.
Aarav Shetty (9 years), Mallya Aditi International School, Bangalore
This painting was awarded “Honorable Mention” in Khula Aasmaan children’s art competition for April to June 2018.
Anjali Bhatt (14 years), Christ Church Girls’ Senior Secondary School, Jabalpur
This painting was awarded Honorable Mention in Khula Aasmaan children art competition for July to September 2018.
Arpit Deepak Katkhede (11 years), Shree Jageshwar English Primary School, Pune, Maharashtra
This painting was awarded a silver medal in Khula Aasmaan children’s art competition for January to March 2019.
Chinmay Kumar Mahanta (class 5), Delhi Public School, Nalco Nagar, Odisha
This painting was shortlisted in Khula Aasmaan art competition for children jointly with IISER Pune in 2019.
Ishanvi Chamria (7 years), Aditya Birla World Academy, Mumbai, Maharashtra
This painting was awarded a silver medal in Khula Aasmaan painting competition for children for July to Sept 2018.
Mihika Jagtap (9 years), J B Petit High school for Girls, Mumbai, Maharashtra
This painting was shortlisted in free online art competition by Khula Aasmaan for April to June 2018.
Pankaj Vinesh Medha (class 6), Khambale Ashramshala, Tal Dahanu, Dist. Palghar, Maharashtra
This painting was awarded a silver medal in Khula Aasmaan painting competition for children for October to December 2018.
Saavi Dhavle (10 years), Sevasadan English Medium School, Pune, Maharashtra
This painting was awarded Honorable Mention in Khula Aasmaan free online painting competition for January to March 2018.
Siddhanth Mukul Saha (14 years), D.A.V. International School, Ahmedabad
This painting was shortlisted in Khula Aasmaan free online painting competition for October to December 2016.
Tanuj Samaddar (14 years), SERS Public School, Rangia, Assam
This painting was shortlisted from Khula Aasmaan painting competition for children for October to December 2018.
Vaishali Lahanu Mandal (class 7), Warvada Ashramshala for Girls, Tal. Talasari, Dist. Palghar, Maharashtra
This painting was awarded Honorable Mention in Khula Aasman art competition for January to March 2019.
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