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Indian Student In Dubai Makes Portrait Of PM Modi As Republic Day Gift

The portrait of PM Modi measures 90 cm by 60 cm, in keeping with a Gulf News report.


A 14-year-old Indian scholar in Dubai has made a particular portrait of Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a present for the Republic Day.

The six-layered stencil portrait made by Saran Sasikumar from Kerala was handed over to Minister of State for External Affairs and Parliamentary Affairs V Muraleedharan on the concluding day of his three-day go to to the UAE on Thursday.

“Happy to meet in #Dubai the talented young artist Saran Sasi Kumar from Kerala, now a resident in #UAE. He presented this beautiful portrait, a 6 layered stencil painting, to our PM @narendramodi ji as a Republic Day gift. Truly inspiring! My best wishes to him,” Mr Muraleedharan tweeted on Friday, sharing {a photograph} of him accepting the portrait from the boy and his mother and father.

In the portrait, Prime Minister Modi is seen saluting, carrying a wide-brimmed cavalry hat with the emblem of the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF).

According to a Gulf News report, the portrait measures 90 cm by 60 cm.


It took round six hours to attract the image with layers of six color shades, stated Saran, who has drawn 92 portraits together with these of prime UAE leaders in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This shouldn’t be the primary image of PM Modi that Saran has drawn.

The grade 9 scholar of Dubai-based New Indian Model School had additionally made a five-layered stencil portrait of PM Modi — which measured 1.5m by 1m — in October final 12 months. He has bagged a grandmaster certification from Asia Book of Records and one other certificates from India Book of Records for that stencil artwork portrait, the report stated.

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