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We are excited to share that our short story contest for children that launched in Spring with the theme “the place where I belong” has winners in three age categories. Our story writing contest is open to entries on a quarterly basis. We are also excited to share our new summer theme with you, so kids can engage in building new stories. The prizes are wonderful, read on.

Most of these winning stories are published as audio stories for kids by Peerbagh. These stories will be published by the end of summer for everyone to enjoy. We are grateful for all the story submissions!

The winners of our spring contest include:

  • Age group 6-8 years, winner, Avika Verma, Brown Junior Public School, Toronto
  • Age group 9-12 years, winner, Ira Pandya, South Loop Elementary, Chicago
  • Age group 12-15 years, winner, Louis Wang, Ashbury, Canada

Congratulations to you all!

Announcing Winners of Peerbagh's Spring Story Contest for Children and New Summer Theme

For our Summer story contest for children, the submissions are now open. This time we are partnering with Millennium India Education Foundation that is offering amazing prizes. Children in India can submit stories directly through our submission page as well.

  • Cash prizes worth INR 10,000 for those in India
  • Prizes worth $250 (books, children’s magazine subscription) for North America
  • Winning stories will be published
  • All participants will receive certificates (digital)
  • Submission fee: $5 to submit internationally, INR 500 to submit in India. This fee enables us to manage administrative costs related to the submissions.

The summer story contest celebrates the memory of our founder, Vatsala who believed in creating joy.

The summer story theme is: and one day at the summer camp.

Submit your stories

Details HERE

Children aged 6-14 years can send stories. Illustrations are welcome. We only accept PDF submissions. You could apply as a team but please write down the names of both children on top of the PDF.

We are so excited to read your stories! Keep them coming 🙂