Let's Celebrate Food & Colours!

Join us on a campaign that touches the most important aspect of human life – food

About the Initiative

Inspired by ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ that caught the imagination of all Indians around the world, we invite you to join a campaign that touches the most important aspect of human life – food! Food is fun, but also the foundation for good health.

Despite knowing that our bodies take a huge toll, our taste buds successfully deceive us from our health and wellness goals. And, this needs to be taught to our children right from an early age. Keeping this in mind, we encourage you to participate in an initiative of raising awareness about the importance of healthy foods, in particular the role of micronutrients in school children.

Har Ghar Pachranga‘ is ideated by the Food Future Foundation that works to build a food-literate society to bring about a dietary shift to safe, nutritious, and sustainable food. This campaign is part of the vision of the Foundation.

What can a school do?

The school is required to encourage their students to work as a team and create a food art using locally available and seasonal fruits and vegetables, cereals and pulses. 


Submit a photo of the food art and another one with the food art and team. 


Support us in this initiative whole-heartedly by following the Rules for Participation and win Rewards and Recognition for your school!


Guidelines for the Food Art Competition:

Please read the rules carefully before registration:

  • Group entries are invited from students of Secondary School Class 6 to Class 8 (maximum 10 students per group). The participants must make the food art on their own.
  • Maximum 5 entries are permitted per school. (Schools may shortlist finalists and send the best 5 entries to represent the school)
  • Submit a separate Registration Form for each entry
  • Food art should be created using any fruits, vegetables, cereals, pulses, or other foods.
  • Maximum use of colourful, healthy, and locally available seasonal foods in multiple colours is necessary.
  • Only edible items should be used.
  • No processed/packaged food is allowed.
  • The minimum size of the food art should be 3ft x 3 ft.
  • Give your piece of art a creative name and submit a brief write-up (not exceeding 100 words) that justifies the choice of ingredients used.
  • Also tell us how you plan to use the food once the competition is over. 
  • Submit the write-up along with two photographs. 
  • The photographs should showcase: 
  1. The food art created 
  2. The team along with the food art
Valid entries will be judged on the following criteria:
A) Creativity 
B) Group work
C) Write-Up
  • Files must be in jpeg/JPG format only and should not exceed 5 MB
  • All entries should be submitted latest by October 16, 2022, by 1700 Hrs.
  • Awards will be announced on ____ and Award winners will be notified by email
  • Prizes and certificates will be sent to the respective schools.
  • Parental/Teacher supervision is required while using sharp objects like knives, scissors, etc.
  • Schools in which class 5 is part of Secondary School are eligible to participate.
  • Kindly use edible ingredients that can be consumed later and avoid the use of chemicals/synthetic glues/fevicol etc. 
  • Please avoid wasting the food. 

Top 10 entries to win a reward of Rs. 5,000/- each!

Every participant will receive a digital certificate.

Ready to show your creativity?

Click the button below to register now!

Do You Have Any Questions? 

Please give us a call, drop us an email or fill out the details.