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LIDICE 2021: Children from India and Bangladesh Awarded

Children from India and Bangladesh are among those awarded by the organizers of the international children's exhibition of fine arts LIDICE 2021. This exhibition was established in 1967 to commemorate the child victims from the Czech village of Lidice murdered in 1942 by German Nazis, as well as to commemorate all other children who have died in wars.

This exhibition became international in 1973 and since then it has become well-known among children and teachers not only in Czechia but literally all over the world.


Shah Khush

Shah Khush


This time the theme of the exhibition was "Robot and Artificial Intelligence". The Lidice Gallery received more than 11,200 artworks by children from 72 countries.


Names of the winners from countries under the jurisdiction of the Embassy of the Czech Republic in New Delhi are the following:



Kazi Rishona Fatema Shareen, 5 years



Shah Khush, 13 years

Bhavsar Diti Jigneshbhai, 10 years

Chauhan Pruthvirajsinh Dharmendrasinh, 14 years

Chudasama Parikshit Ajaysinh, 12 years

Jagad Utsav Prashant, 11 years

Mehta Devshri Rajivbhai, 10 years

Parmar Nandish Manishbhai, 12 years

Raval Suraja Brijeshbhai, 12 years

Upadhyay Shivang Kanakray, 14 years

Vakani Aadhya Bakulbhai, 8 years

Andhariya Pransu Yagnikbhai, 6 years

Reddy Devi Nethra , 13 years

Karthik K., 10 years

Sri Briti K., 6 years

Das Souvik, 9 years

Naik Ananya, 14 years

More Vedant, 15 years

Mate Samiksha, 15 years

Sanskruti Sonawane, 14 years


The Embassy hereby thanks to all other participants and encourages all children interested to take part in the next year's round of this competition. Entries to the 50th International Children ' Exhibition of Fine Arts Lidice 2022 can be submitted by 11 February 2022. All the information how to apply can be found on http://www.mdvv-lidice.cz/en/invitation.