Russian Essay Competition 2013

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Nidhi Balachandran admits that she fell in love with Russian at the first lesson. Nidhi’s love for Russia is closely connected with her love for India.She wrote about the challenges that young people are faced with today.

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The Russian-Armenian University Prize for the Best Essay from Armenia!

The Russian-Armenian University will sponsor a special prize for the best essay written by an Armenian national.

The winners will be invited to attend and present their work at the Rising Global Peace Forum, 13-14 November 2019, which will take place in Coventry, the City of Peace and Reconciliation and the 2021 UK City of Culture.

The award includes coverage of transportation and accommodation.

The award is represented by funding the participation at a summer school of participant’s choice.

The summer school should take place in a European/Council of Europe country and should be no longer than 3 weeks and up to a 3000EUR value.

The other participants who were awarded runner-up prizes in the categories of the Best Essay in Russian and Best Essay in English were Archit Pandey (Lucknow), Aqueel Ahmad (Delhi) and Rashmi Rajput (Delhi).

All the winners received a colorful book and albums about the Kremlin, Russia, Russian art and Faberge products.

In India, there is a struggle between a sari and jeans, just like in Russia, where there is one between traditional braids and mini-skirts.

We are trying to keep a tradition and yet we are losing ourselves.”About 300 essays were submitted for the contest in total.


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