Jodhpur artist paints Umaid Bhawan Palace on 12 different surfaces

Jodhpur (Rajasthan), July 04 (ANI): A Jodhpur-based miniature artist Yashasvi Soni has created Umaid Bhawan Palace on 12 different surfaces. She beautifully represented the Indian heritage site of Jodhpur by painting and craving on 12 different surfaces. These surfaces include almond, paper, coffee, tablet, Rajma, fabric, pipal leaf, T-shirt, nail and many more. 20-year-old Yashasvi Soni was conferred by India Book of Record and granted the title for representing an Indian heritage site on the maximum number of surfaces.

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