Ahead of Diwali, several artists made 70 rangolis at art gallery in Gujarat

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Artists making rangolis ahead of Diwali in Rajkot. Photo/ANI
Artists making rangolis ahead of Diwali in Rajkot. Photo/ANI

Rajkot (Gujarat) [India], November 13 (ANI): Ahead of Diwali festival, several artists made 70 rangolis at an art gallery in Rajkot.

The artists used a variety of colours to create portraits of famous personalities like Nobel Peace Prize Awardee Mother Teresa, Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, actors Prabhas, Sonu Sood, Ramya Krishnan among others.

A rangoli maker said, "Every year, we make a number of rangolis of different personalities. This year, I decided to make a rangoli for our Chief Minister Vijay Rupani. A lot of people have come here and have appreciated my work."

Haresh Badlia, organizer of the event, at Ajanta Arts Gallery said, "Around 35 students have made 70 rangolis. The rangolis of several personalities have been created. We have provided a platform for these students to showcase their talent and artistic skills. Everyone has worked very enthusiastically here."

He further added, "Due to COVID-19 pandemic, we have strictly adhered to their guidelines." (ANI)