Guwahati/Aurangabad, Aug 15 (ANI): On the occasion of 64th Independence Day here on Sunday many artists marked day by arousing nationalistic feelings and patriotic fervour among people of all ages in their own unique way.
In Assam, an artist Reshmi Kankani, a resident of Guwahati, has painted the Tricolour and etched the national anthem 'Jana Gana Mana' on rice grains.
Kankani said she intended to spread the message of love for the country.
"There should be love all around. All should Love the country's soil and don't resort to bomb blasts, militancy, they should stop all this and live with love and peace," said Kankani.
Kankani wants to gift the rice grain with the national flag to the Governor of Assam.
Meanwhile, Gajendra Suryakant Wadhonkar in Maharashtra's Aurangabad city painted the faces of freedom fighters such as Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Sardar Vallabhai Patel and others on rice grains.
"I did not learn this art from anywhere but is a god gift and because of the support from my parents I just began with this art. This is self-creativity. I don't have any teacher and I'm taking guidance from my parents," said Wadhonkar. (ANI)
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