India Writing Project: Essential Registration Information

What is the minimum and maximum word limit for submissions?

The minimum word limit for any submission to the India Writing Project is 50 words, and the maximum limit is 1500 words. We have established this range to accommodate a variety of writing styles and genres. Whether you're penning a concise poem or crafting an intricate short story, our word limit is designed to give you ample room for creativity. Our focus is on the content and quality of your work, rather than its length.
    • Related Articles

    • Is there a minimum page count for a submission?

      For the India Writing Project, we do not have a minimum page count requirement. Instead, we have set a word limit for submissions. The minimum word limit for any submission is 50 words, and the maximum limit is 1500 words. This range accommodates ...
    • What file formats are accepted for submissions?

      In the India Writing Project, we do not require specific file formats for submissions. Our submission portal provides a space where you can either copy-paste your piece or type it in directly. This helps to maintain a uniform format for all ...
    • Are artwork or illustrations allowed with the writing submissions?

      We appreciate your desire to express creativity in various forms, but currently, we accept only written submissions. This is to ensure consistency and to make the evaluation process easier for our judges. However, you are free to use vivid imagery ...
    • Are collaborative submissions accepted?

      Unfortunately, we do not accept collaborative submissions at this time. Our program is designed for individual participants, and each submission must be the sole work of the person submitting it. This policy ensures a fair judging process and allows ...
    • Are submissions in Hindi accepted?

      Unfortunately, at this time, we only accept submissions in English. We understand the depth and beauty of Hindi and other regional languages. However, for the sake of uniformity and fairness in judging, we have limited the language of submissions to ...