Indian Sand artist pays tribute to Pakistan Army School victims through sand sculpture at Odisha beach
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Acclaimed Indian sand artist Manas Kumar Sahoo has created a sand sculpture at the golden sea-beach (near Light House), Puri, situated at a distance of 65 km, from Bhubaneswar, the capital city of Odisha, to express his deep condolence for the innocent army school students victims on the Pakistan tragedy and prays for the departed souls. A group of terrorist Taliban gunmen attacked a military-run school in Northern Pakistan on Tuesday killing at least 141 people, most of them students under the age of 17. More than 180 others were injured.
This was moved seriously the heart of reputed sand artist Mr. Sahoo and expressing his deep feelings for died people. He has paid the heartily tribute for the innocent victims of school students on Pakistan through his sand sculpture. The sand sculpture is of the height of 10ft by using 10 tons of sand at a labour cost of 8 hours. In this sculpture he asked a question to all humanity “ARE WE HUMAN BEINGS?” The artist depicts in this sculpture few students crying vehemently for help but the heartless terrorist forgot about the humanity and killed those innocent students.