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Sand Sculptors in India
Sand Sculptors in India

Drishti Patel
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Sand Art in India is an essential facet of the beaches of the country. Seeing its origin in Odisha, sand sculpture has spread its wings across the whole of India and so have the sand artists. Sudersan Pattnaik is an immensely recognized Indian sand artist also honoured with the Padma Shri. Of late he has been receiving wide media coverage and his name has reached the feed of social media. Can anyone tell me about other such credible sand artists of our country and some of their awe inspiring creations?

Posted On : 5/23/2016 5:29:34 AM

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Piyush Sethi
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Manas Kumar Sahoo is another well known sand artist from Odisha who has been doing sand art for 20 years.

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Manas Kumar Sahoo is another credible Indian sand artist whose creations and works have been recognised. Some of his sand sculptures include creations on International Women`s Day, World Peace Day, Proper Usage of Water, Preventing HIV/AIDS, etc.

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