Artist in Limca record for maximum recreation of sand Taj
New Delhi: Famous Indian sand artist,
Sudarsan Pattnaik, today claimed he has got into Limca book of
world record for recreating replica of Taj Mahal highest
number of times.
"Today I got the world record 2010 certificate from the
Limca book of records for recreating the Taj replica in sand
39 times and I am very happy to get this recognition,"
The artist from Orissa had recreated Taj Mahal on sand 39
times in different place in India and abroad, including Doha,
USA, Belgium, Berlin and Moscow.
He had last recreated the Taj in Moscow which was highly
appreciated by the Russians.
He had also created a black Taj Mahal in front of the
original monument at Agra on the occasion of Taj Mahotsav.
"I love to create sand Taj at different places to attract
people from all over the world and invite Taj lovers to see
the original monument in Agra," he said.
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