Assam Artists Pay Tribute to Late Tarun Gogoi in Creative Ways
GUWAHATI: Artists across Assam paid tributes to the former Chief Minister (CM) of Assam Tarun Gogoi by displaying unique creative skills.
Manjit Kashyap sketched the former CM in a rice grain that is less than a centimeter (5 mm approx). Manjit Kashyap is a professional artist in Duliajan. He originally hails from Makum, Tinsukia District.
Rest in peace. You will be remembered as one of the most successful chief Minister of Assam. My Condolences to his Family.Posted by Manjit Kashyap on Tuesday, 24 November 2020
"I have attempted the drawing out of my respect for Tarun Gogoi as a politician. But mostly, he is a good human being," Kashyap told G Plus.
It took 5 to 10 mins to make the micro drawing in the rice grain. However, there were multiple attempts after which it was possible to replicate the photo of the former Chief Minister.
Another artist from Dhekiajuli has made sand art near the Gabharu river. The artist Ranjan Saikia has also paid tribute to Tarun Gogoi following his demise.
তিনিবাৰকৈ মুখ্যমন্ত্ৰীৰ আসনত অধিষ্ঠিত হোৱা অসমৰ ৰাজনৈতিক ক্ষেত্ৰৰ জনপ্ৰিয় নেতা তথা অন্যতম মহীৰূহ তৰুণ গগৈ চাৰলৈ...Posted by Ranjan Saikia on Tuesday, 24 November 2020
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Artists Pay Tribute to Late Tarun Gogoi