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Miniature Sculpture Spreads Awareness On Right To Vote

27 March 2019

Siddharth Roshan

Bhubaneswar: With the clock counting down to commencement of general elections in Odisha, Jatni-based artist, L Eshwar Rao, has created miniature sculptures to spread awareness on the right to vote.

Eshwar has carved a hand on soapstone inside a bottle and on a pencil tip showing indelible ink applied on the index finger, with a message, "Vote is our Right".

While the soapstone sculpture stands at a height of five inch, the art on the pencil tip is three centimeter high.

As per Eshwar it took him four days to complete the soapstone sculpture and two days to complete the one on the pencil tip.