Puttur: Fire art catapults rural lad Parikshith Nellyadi to international fame


Daijiworld Media Network - Puttur (SP)

Puttur, Sep 2: Young Parikshith Nellyadi has won global recognition on account of his skill in creating fire art. The painting he drew with fire art has won the recognition of Exclusive World Records. Taking into account his mastery over this art form, the Exclusive World Record was announced on August 19.

Parikshith has got this recognition for drawing the picture of Swami Vivekananda live. He used fire, perfume, lemon, juice and brush for his painting. He could draw this picture on white sheet in five minutes. Exclusive World Record officials recognised his record and issued him a certificate.

Exclusive World Records, which has been recognising talented persons from all over the world, had invited applications this time online. The talented persons had to present their talents through live video. In appreciation of his talent in art, Parikshith was recognised as Exclusive World Record holder on August 19.

Parikshith happens to be the son of Sudhamani and Sridhar from Nellyadi Kaukrady. Parikshith's talent has already been recognized and rewarded by many. He also has won awards. He also bagged the Paper Cutting Artist Exclusive Talent Award 2020 on the Independence Day this year.

In 2019, he completed paper cutting art in three minutes 12 seconds and won recognition as the fasted stencil artist award of the world.

 

 

 

 

  

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