Ramagiri Swarika is an artist who has made a name for herself in micro arts. In her latest feat, she has written Bhagavad Gita on 4,042 grains of rice
Bengaluru: Meet Ramagiri Swarika. She is an artist who has made a name for herself in micro art.
In her latest feat, she has written the Hindu holy scripture Bhagavad Gita on 4,042 grains of rice. For this phenomenal achievement, she took not less than 150 hours!
What’s phenomenal about her work is that she doesn’t
use a magnifying glass to enhance her vision!
In relation to her feat, she said, "In my most recent work, I have written the Bhagavad Gita on 4,042 rice grains which took 150 hours to finish. I work with various products to create micro arts,” as reported by Republic TV.
She further notes, "In my most recent work, I have written the Bhagavad Gita on 4,042 rice grains which took 150 hours to finish. I work with various products to create micro arts."
She has to her credit 2000 artworks, Swarika also does milk art, paper carvings. She has also drawn on sesame seeds and written on hair strands among other things. Ramagiri Swarika was felicitated by Governor of Telangana Tamilisai Soundararajan for writing the Preamble of the Constitution on hair strands, Republic TV notes.
"I have always had an interest in art and music and have received many awards since my childhood. I started doing micro art from the last four years with a drawing of Lord Ganesha on a rice grain, then the English alphabet on a single rice grain," she asserts.
Awards and accolades are nothing new for this genius. She says, "I was awarded the International Order Book of records in 2017, and in 2019, I received a national award from the North Delhi Cultural Academy. Till now I have worked on 2000 plus micro arts."
It’s people like her who truly inspire others to take up such phenomenal work and bring laurels, not just for her, but also for the country.
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Last Updated 22, Oct 2020, 3:21 PM