| Nov 30, 2017, 23:22 IST
sand artist sudarsan pattnaik creates worlds longest red ribbon before world aids day - Sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik creates international&#zero39;s longest red ribbon before World AIDS Day

NEW DELHI: Internationally acclaimed sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik now has some other international document to his title. On the eve of World AIDS Day, Pattnaik created the arena’s longest red ribbon at the Odisha’s famed Puri seaside to generate consciousness in regards to the deadly illness.

The red ribbon is the common image of consciousness and strengthen for other people residing with HIV-AIDS. Pattnaik’s try to recreate the ribbon on sand is 800 ft lengthy and 400 ft huge, an immense sand artwork which might handiest be captured with a drone digicam.

The Limca Book of Records took cognizance of Pattnaik’s feat and his title has been registered on the earth document for the longest sand artwork ribbon.

Pattnaik, recognized for his immaculate paintings with sand, stocks messages similar to just about each and every matter throughout India starting from social, political, environmental considerations and sports activities at Puri seaside.

Earlier this yr, he created the arena’s tallest sand citadel on Puri seaside which earned him a spot within the

Guinness World Records


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