Selected and Shortlisted Paintings for 10th Indo-Pak Peace Calendar

The Indo-Pak Peace calendar is an annual initiative of Aaghaz-e-Dosti. It brings together beautiful artistic
expressions of the youth – the leaders of tomorrow – and inspiring words of those who
have been actively engaged in nurturing a more prosperous subcontinent. The calendar
aims to work as an everyday reminder of the similarities among people across the
barbed wires– in habit, struggle, and the desire for peace.


This is our tenth calendar. Like every year, we received thought-provoking expressions
from students of several cities in India and Pakistan. And like every year, it was a
challenge to select only twelve paintings, as we firmly believe that each and every
expression is precious. However, in addition to these 12 paintings, we also shortlist 12 more paintings.

Selected Paintings:

India

  • Aadhyaa Ayodhikaa, DAV Public School, Cuttack, Odisha (India)
  • Aarya Prasad Sahu – Gyan Mandir Public School, Delhi (India)
  • Dhunn – Police DAV Public School, Ludhiana, Punjab (India)
  • Gauri Vijay Ghanwat – Kamala Nimbkar Balbhavan, Sitara, Maharashtra (India)
  • Mehakjot Kaur – BCM Arya Model Sr Sec School, Shastri Nagar, Ludhiana, Punjab (India)
  • Zeba Yusuf Patel – Matoshri English Medium School, Pune, Maharashtra (India)

Pakistan

  • Ayesha Iftikhar, Lahore Grammar School I – Shah Jamal, Lahore (Pakistan)
  • Haniya Waseem – Ismail Academy, Karachi (Pakistan)
  • Mauhib Ghulam Murtaza – The AMI School, Karachi (Pakistan)
  • Rida Siddique – Jamshed Memorial School, Karachi (Pakistan)
  • Subbuh Shafiq – DMC East Govt Girls Secondary School, Karachi (Pakistan)
  • Umm-e-Maryam Ameen – Ismail Academy, Karachi (Pakistan)

Shortlisted Paintings:

India

  • Julie Hemram – PYDS Learning Academy, Dehradun, Uttarakhand (India)
  • Manharleen Kaur – DAV Public School, Amritsar, Punjab (India)
  • Priyani Makasare – Late Anantrao Pawar Memorial English Medium School, Pune, Maharashtra (India)
  • Siddhi Prasad – Laxmi Nagar Mumbai Public School, Mumbai, Maharashtra (India)
  • Simran – Police DAV Public School, Ludhiana, Punjab (India)
  • Ujefa Kivande – Matoshri English Medium School, Pune, Maharashtra (India)

Pakistan

  • Akhshara – Jamshed Memorial School, Karachi (Pakistan)
  • Amna – DMC East Girls & Boys Elementary School No. JT-33, Karachi (Pakistan)
  • Bisma Farooq – DMC East Government Quaid e Azam English Medium School Campus-I, Karachi (Pakistan)
  • Fazal Ullah – Sanjan Nagar Public Education Trust School, Lahore (Pakistan)
  • Maliha Gul – Happy Home Secondary School, Karachi (Pakistan)
  • Mysha – Happy Home Secondary School, Karachi (Pakistan)

We thank all the participating schools/institutions and students for contributing to this
initiative.

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