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Bikaner is witnessing the biggest drawing

Bikaner artist Megha Harsh started to create the world's largest drawing

Bikaner is witnessing the biggest drawing

Bikaner artist Megha Harsh started to create the world's largest drawing

Bikaner. Megha Harsha started at Bikaner Boys School on Wednesday to register her name in the Guinness Book of World Records by creating the world's largest drawing.

Witnessed to make this world record : Jose Mohan IG Bikaner Police, Swami Samvit Somagiri Maharaj and President Honored painter Mahavir Swami, GM of District Industries Center Mrs Manju Nain Godara, Reverend Sister Griti Primary Incharge Bikaner Boys School and Sophia School Principal Sister Leena.
All the guests inaugrated the event by lighting the lamp in front of Maa Saraswati and cutting the ribbon of canvas area.

On this occasion, Bikaner IG Jose Mohan said that it is a matter of great pride for Bikaner that Bikaner's name is going to be included globally. He congratulated Megha and wished her bright future.

Samvit Somagiri Maharaj while blessing Megha and thanked Megha's family members that they have fully supported in encouraging supporting the work of the daughter. Maharaj praised her work and said that drawing going to done on this canvas will also be useful and conveyed.

On this occasion Mahavir Swami, Manju Nan Godara, Reverend Sister Griti Primary Incharge Bikaner Boys School, Sophia School Principal Sister Leena, BBS School along with Saju Sir and Vedprakash Agrawal appreciated Megha's work and wished her success.

On this occasion, Megha thanked everyone for their support and said that with the blessings of the people and parents of Bikaner, today she is going to fulfill her dream.

Megha said that the drawing I am going to draw will have messages for Sustainable Development Goals, Climate Action, Water Scarcity, and Women Safety / Security.

Opening ceremony event was anchored by Sanjay Purohit, he said that Megha will continue to make drawings in Bikaner Boys School from October 16 to November 2 from 9 am to 4 pm, along with this, the exhibition of painting made earlier by Megha has also been put up for the viewer.  Rajat associated with the event said that if any institution or school wants to come in groups and watch the drawing live, then from 16 October to 2 November, 9 am to 4 pm, you can visit Megha Harsh's father by giving information on 9828139365, 7742067165 .

Many distinguished citizens of Bikaner were present on the occasion. A thanks giving ritual done by Mukesh Vyas.

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