14-year-old Dubai-based Indian expat gifts PM Modi special portrait as Republic Day present

 A 14-year-old Indian understudy in Dubai has made a unique picture of Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a present for the Republic Day. 

The six-layered stencil representation made by Saran Sasikumar from Kerala was given over to Minister of State for External Affairs and Parliamentary Affairs V Muraleedharan on the finishing up day of his three-day visit to the UAE on Thursday. 

"Glad to meet in #Dubai the capable youthful craftsman Saran Sasi Kumar from Kerala, presently an occupant in #UAE. He introduced this lovely picture, a 6 layered stencil painting, to our PM @narendramodi ji as a Republic Day blessing. Genuinely rousing! My all the best to him," Muraleedharan tweeted on Friday, sharing a photo of him tolerating the representation from the kid and his folks. 

In the representation, Prime Minister Modi is seen saluting, wearing a wide-overflowed cavalry cap with the logo of the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF). 

As per a Gulf News report, the picture estimates 90 cm by 60 cm. 

It took around six hours to draw the image with layers of six shading conceals, said Saran, who has drawn 92 representations including those of top UAE pioneers during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

This isn't the primary Modi picture that Saran has drawn. 

The evaluation nine understudy of Dubai-based New Indian Model School had additionally made a five-layered stencil picture of Modi — which estimated 1.5m by 1m — in October a year ago. He has stowed a grandmaster accreditation from Asia Book of Records and another endorsement from India Book of Records for that stencil craftsmanship representation, the report said.

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