Skill India from Agra Aditi made portrait and pal Gupta in dance

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Published by: Abhishek Saxena
Updated Thursday, July 15, 2021 5:35 PM IST

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Aditi, a fine arts student, has now won so many awards in painting with colors and colors that a long list has been made. When he portrayed the Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, the Chief Minister did not fail to do so either.

Aditi and Pal Gupta from right to left
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As a child, he loved drawing horizontal and oblique lines and filling them with color. This hobby became a skill with age. This changed his life. Aditi, a fine arts student, has now won so many awards in painting with colors and colors that a long list has been made. When he portrayed the Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, the Chief Minister did not fail to do so either. Like him, Pal Gupta continued his childhood dance hobby and has now set a record of two thousand rounds in Kathak dance. Aditi won prizes in painting as well as Rangoli, essay-writing
Aditi, a fourth year BFA student studying at the Institute of Fine Arts of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar University, develops her own identity in painting. In addition to painting, she also shows her talent in quizzes, writing essays and rangoli competitions.
When Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath came to the university, Aditi made a portrait of him and introduced him. This was welcomed by the Prime Minister. Aditi received a diploma from IGD Bombay in 2017. Participation in the creation of sculpture in 2017 and 2019 in the university. In the same year, ABVP took first place in the Rangoli competition. In 2020, he received a bronze medal in Sambhavna Kala Manch’s online painting competition.

Pal Gupta Gupta illuminated the name of Tajnagri

When a ten-year-old girl entered the Golden Book of Records with Kathak one and a half hours in a row in 2016, Tajnagri once again moved into the country’s limelight. Pal Gupta, a resident of Kamala Nagar, loved to dance from the start. His mother Pooja Gupta is also a dancer. Also in 2011, at the age of 11, Kathak dancer Pal set a record of two thousand consecutive rounds of Kathak dance.His performance was also included in the Golden Book of Records. Pal says dancing is her passion. Pal’s father, Ketul Kumar Gupta, a class X student at St. Patrick’s, also supports Pal in pursuing this passion. He says that Pal has only seen Kathak on TV and on cellphone since childhood.

Painting won about 30 international awards
Alisha, 17, a Dayalbagh resident, has won around 30 international awards for her paintings. The painting of water extraction he made at the Ministry of Water Resources, Delhi has graced the Ministry since 2016. He also took second place in the International Painting Competition for Girls and Children Day, which was held in 2017 by the United Nations Information Center in Delhi. The painting by Alisha, created in the National Environment Competition in the Venkatappa Art Gallery, Bangalore, has been involved in the gallery since 2018. Alisha says painting is her passion. Architect dr. Anirudh Raghav says that Aalisha constantly has new painting themes in mind.

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As a child, he loved drawing horizontal and oblique lines and filling them with color. This hobby became a skill with age. This changed his life. Aditi, a fine arts student, has now won so many awards in painting with colors and colors that a long list has been made. When he portrayed the Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, the Chief Minister did not fail to do so either. Like him, Pal Gupta continued his childhood dance hobby and has now set a record of two thousand rounds in Kathak dance.

Aditi won prizes in painting as well as Rangoli, essay-writing

Aditi, a fourth year BFA student studying at the Institute of Fine Arts of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar University, develops her own identity in painting. In addition to painting, she also shows her talent in quizzes, writing essays and rangoli competitions.

When Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath came to the university, Aditi made a portrait of him and introduced him. This was welcomed by the Prime Minister. Aditi received a diploma from IGD Bombay in 2017. Participation in the creation of sculpture in 2017 and 2019 in the university. In the same year, ABVP took first place in the Rangoli competition. In 2020, he received a bronze medal in Sambhavna Kala Manch’s online painting competition.

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