OMESSA WOMEN’S DAY CONTEST - 2021
Year after year, confident, courageous, intelligent and determined women from all over the country make it big and ‘roar success’ in various fields. They make India proud with their sterling achievements. We're taking a moment to recognise 12 women who overcame adversity, broke through barriers, and changed the world. These change-makers prove it pays to dream big.
Even though there are numerous women deserving of honour in their fields of excellence, we have selected 12 outstanding Indian women here who have made a lasting impression.
1) Contest opens on Thursday, March 4, 2021 and closes on Wednesday, March 31, 2021. This contest is open only for Indian Residents .
2) Three lucky winners will get OMESSA GIFT VOUCHER worth Rs. 5000/- each.
3) All correct entries will get OMESSA GIFT VOUCHER worth Rs. 500/- each.
4) Winners will be selected on the basis of a lottery system and notified through email.
5) Send your answers with Name, Address, Contact Number to firstname.lastname@example.org
Eminent photographer Rahul Gajjar
, founder of OMESSA
has been extensively photographing UNESCO World Heritage Sites over the last three decades, trying to capture its various moods in different seasons, at various times of the day and year. His passion and love for the architectural jewels of Champaner-Pavagadh gave birth to the idea of creating contemporary accessories for the woman of today.
Fine Art Jewellery brings you exquisite heritage jewellery inspired by the delicately carved, wonderfully imagined, superbly executed architectural wonders of Champaner, each one equally beautifully designed, finished, and presented as the original inspiration.
The oldest surviving, 10th century Lakulish Temple located on Pavagadh Hills, influenced the creation of OMESSA - Lord of Om.
Rahul is basically an Advertising/Fashion Photographer with a deep and abiding love for Fine Art Photography. He has specialized in Architecture and Heritage. He has extensively worked as a New Media Artist (Digital Art) having introduced the medium in India. His photographs and digital artworks have been exhibited worldwide. He is presently involved in documenting the 30 existing UNESCO World Heritage Sites of India. He has so far photographed 12 sites in India and 11 sites abroad.
In 2013, he was awarded the GUJARAT GAURAV PURASKAR
by the Government of Gujarat for his contribution to Photography.