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Sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik's message for World Environment Day.
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.
The talented artist from India’s Odisha created a sand sculpture with the words reimagine, recreate and restore for the World Environment Day.
His tweet read ‘Let's reimagine, recreate & restore! #GenerationRestoration My SandArt on #WorldEnvironmentDay at Puri beach in Odisha india.’
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He always tries to give a social message around the world through his sand sculptures.
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