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Attendance is open to all individuals who believe in the efficacy of an accurate historical narrative and who exhibit  a certain degree of passion and dedication in the quest for such a narrative. We welcome participants from the academic and think tank  community as well as Autodidacts . We particularly welcome the participation of stakeholders in Society who will assume the responsibility to play an activist role in fighting the distorted portrayals in the text books used throughout the world

Prize for the best essay

In keeping with the second objective which is to increase awareness of the importance of learning the accurate history of India and its impact on the future choices that a country can and should make in its vital interests,   the Indic Studies Foundation (ISF) is offering a modest prize  of Rs. 50,000/- to the individual from the student  community who submits the best essay on the topic. "Why I  believe  that  the Indic Civilization  deserves a history that is free from  distortions ". The essay should not exceed 8000 words in length and should be submitted in Microsoft  97-2003 word format and should be sent to the

The competition is open to all individuals  who are students in good standing at any accredited University in the world. The last date for submission is  Nov. 30, 2008. All  submissions should be accompanied by a Proof of ID, a valid email, address, and a letter from their University indicating they are students of  good standing at the university. The decision of the scholarship committee will be final and if no deserving submissions are received, ISF retains the option of not awarding the prize. Students entering for contest should fill in the student registration form

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