Sand artist Sri Manas Kumar Sahoo Tribute To Victims Of South Korean Boat Tragedy
PAGE VIEWS: 1,739
India’s got talent’s finalist, Sand artist Sri Manas Kumar Sahoo has created a sand sculpture at the golden sea-beach near light house, Puri, situated at a distance of 65k.m from Bhubaneswar the capital city of Odisha.
It is shocking news to all the person that’s the vessel (MS Sewol ferry) started to sink on Wednesday, 16th April 2014 on a routine trip out of the major port of Incheon to the holiday island of Jeju, 480km to the south. It was carrying 476 people; most of those on board were children from Danwon high school in the suburbs of Seoul who were on a field trip to Jeju. The pleasure trip as turn to be a tragedy trip this was moved seriously the heart of reputed sand artist Mr. Sahoo and expressing his deep feelings for the missing children as well as for who were died, he has prepared this sculpture. He has paid the heartily tribute for those who have died in the sinking ship and pray God for the survival of other missing children and people. The sand sculpture is of the height of 6ft, and is the length of 20ft by using 15 tons of sand at a labour cost of 8 hours