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Sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik's message to people amid the cyclone.
Niloufar Saleem, Gulf Today
Indian sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik who is a Padma awardee and has won over 60 International sand art competitions around the world, is a pride of the country.
Patnaik has made some commendable sand sculptures raising climate awareness, political issues, and even the environment.
He gained lots of praise for his work on the US election.
The talented artist from India’s Odisha created a sand sculpture urging people to stay safe and avoid panicking amid ongoing cyclone Taukte.
His tweet read “#CycloneTauktae: I appeal to everyone to stay safe & assist each other in this hour of need. Please stay calm and Don't panic. Our thoughts and prayers with you.”
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He always tries to give a social message around the world through his sand sculptures.
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