Rangoli of 12,000 Sq. Feet On International Women’s Day

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  • Rangoli has been made in the Taxila campus of Devi Ahilya University.
  • The art in about 12 thousand square feet.
  • Shikha Sharma and her team completed it in 2 days.

Indore: With the aim of creating a new world record in Indore, the artists of the city have made a Rangoli displaying women’s empowerment. This is said to be the biggest Rangoli ever. This Rangoli has been made in the Taxila campus of Devi Ahilya University located on Khandwa Road, Indore. This Rangoli is made by artist Shikha Sharma. According to international Rangoli artist Shikha Sharma, her team has completed the construction of this Rangoli in about 12 thousand square feet in two days.

Even before this, she has made 05 world records by making different types of Rangoli on various social issues. At the same time, on the occasion of Women’s Day, a rangoli displaying women’s empowerment has been made by Shikha Sharma and her colleagues. Let us tell you that the size of this special Rangoli is about 12 thousand square feet. The rangoli was made by Shikha and her 20 students after two days of hard work.

The most unique thing about this Rangoli is that this entire Rangoli is made with simple colours used on the occasion of Diwali. In this, the help of machines has not been taken in any way. On the other hand, Shikha Sharma, who made Rangoli, hopes that on the lines of her previous Rangoli which had set a world record, this Rangoli made for women’s empowerment has also set a world record.

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