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When was the last time you used an Organic Product?
Always wanted to use one but didn’t know where to find one?
Got one, but, darn! it just wasn’t organic!



Well! Well! Well! We have loads to give you to satiate that Organic Bug. All you need to do is write, click and win!

Ek Titli, Rustic Art and Ginger Chai bring to you an environmental awareness contest this September.

So who can participate?
Bloggers and non-bloggers.

Bloggers would write the contest topic in their respective blogs where as non-bloggers can register in café, and publish their contest article there.

Duration of the contest:
4 weeks. 1 contest a week spanning 4 weeks.

The topic would be announced on one Thursday (Starting 1st September) and the last date of submission would be the following Wednesday.

Total time frame: 1st Sept to 30th Sept
Week 1: 1st to 7th

Week 2: 8th to 14th
Week 3: 15th to 21st
Week 4: 22nd to 29th

Contest topics:
Topics to be announced on 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd of September

Declaration of results:
Winners to be announced on 10th (1st week), 17th (2nd week), 24th (3rd week), 2nd Oct (4th week)

Two winners per week:
1st Prize – Rs 1000 worth of goods,

2nd Prize – Rs 500 worth of goods sponsored by Rustic Art.

Judging criteria:
The entries would be judged on the basis of following criteria:

  1. Content
  2. Presentation
  3. Grammar
  4. Flow and,
  5. Impact

About our Partners:


Rustic Art is a brand of Organic, Natural & Handmade products that are soft on the skin and environment. They are here to spread the ‘organic’ word.



Ginger Chai is an e-zine that brings a kaleidoscopic view of the world and beyond for you, me and we. A collaborative effort of multi- authors delivering a vibrant bouquet of articles. We have something for everyone to read, so come sip our thoughts!


To participate/follow updates on the contest click here, or follow us on Facebook & Twitter.


If you wish to have your work published at Ek Titli, please click here for more details.


August 29, 2011 at 5:08 pm 3 comments

The Gift of Light

He stopped by an empty school and asked himself, “Without proper light how can the children see to read and study, and is there a way that I can help them?” An idea popped into his head and the rest as he says is history! Ek Titli got talking with Dr. Dave Irvine-Halliday, a Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of Calgary, who turned his dream of lighting up homes in rural parts of developing nations into a reality. What’s more? He did it all the ‘Green Way’!

Read Here and give your comments and feedback.


Most of you who have been reading taxfreethoughts know about my connection with EK Titli. With assistance from the editorial team I interviewed Dr. Dave Irvine Halliday, Co-Founder, Light Up The World Foundation.

What Ek Titli team does is not easy, they are at it all the time and no matter how many road blocks come their way they always find a way around.

Browse through a series of interesting and insightful articles and you too can write for them.

March 3, 2011 at 6:12 pm 17 comments


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