[Wikimediaindia-l] Wiki Loves Monuments 2021 in India winners

Hello Wikimedians,

It gives us immense pleasure to inform you all that the 3-members national jury team of Wiki Loves Monuments 2020 in India photo-competition has announced the 10 winning photographs of the national competition. We had 750 photographers, 83% of them were new, who uploaded more than 5000 photographs in total.

The winning photographs are as follows-

  1. Gali Mantapa, Chitradurga Karnataka by Basavarajmin21
  2. Gujari Mahal, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh by ASHISHMIND
  3. Fauti Masjid, Murshidabad, West Bengal by DeepanjanGhosh
  4. Pan Supari Bazar, Hampi, Karnataka by Basavarajmin21
  5. Shanti Stupa, Leh, Ladakh by ClickAR89
  6. Temple, Hampi, Karnataka by Bansode Mahesh
  7. Chawk Masjid, Murshidabad, West Bengal by DeepanjanGhosh
  8. Shyamsundar temple, Jhikira, West Bengal by DeepanjanGhosh
  9. Taj Mahal, Agra, Uttar Pradesh by Abhinav152013
  10. Qutb Minar, Mehrauli Delhi by Shikhers
    All these photographs are listed in our event page
    and have been forwarded to the international WLM competition.

This year, we had also declared 2 special prizes-

  • Highest number of uploads - which will go to Goutam1962 who had uploaded 258 images.
  • Winning photograph from West Bengal - which will go to DeepanjanGhosh who had secured 3rd prize for the national contest.

We will start contacting the winning photographers in this week, so that we can send the national prizes to them in due course.

Regards,

Bodhisattwa

Nice. Congratulations to all the winners.

Piyush (User:हिंदुस्थान वासी)

Heartiest congratulations to all those who participated in Wiki Loves Monument 2021, and a special wave to those who figured in the awards. :)

Let us remember that having photos of our monuments in the Commons is just the first step and that there is work ahead — to write articles in every language on each of these monuments — before we can stand back and feel our job is done. :)

Great outcome and well done to the organisers of Wiki Loves Monument 2021.

Ashwin Baindur (User:AshLin)