Sudarshan Patnaik made 3D sand art on Christmas to make people aware on COVID-19

Puri, 26/12 (AO Bureau ): Artist Sudarshan Patnaik created a 3D sand art at Puri Beach on the occasion of Christmas to spread awareness about the coronavirus epidemic. His art is very big and in this Santa Claus is giving the message of wearing masks to avoid the epidemic.

Spread over 6,000 square feet on the beach of Puri, this art by Sudarshan Patnaik depicts two Santa Claus holding a large mask with the message of “Use Mask, Stay Safe”. With this, Mary Christmas is written on Art.

120 feet long and 50 feet wide artwork
Sudarshan’s 3D sand art is 120 feet long and 50 feet wide. Sudarshan Patnaik wrote in the caption of his post “Attempted to create another record on 3D sand art. The world’s largest #Mask with Santa Claus on 3D sand art with a message from #UseMaskStaySafe. It’s 120 feet long And 50 feet wide which is designed to spread awareness on covid-19 on an area of ​​6000 square feet on Puri Beach in India. “

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