World Water Day – Sand sculpture on the Golden sea beach Puri by Sri Manas Kumar Sahoo
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On the eve of “World Water Day”, Indian reputed sand artist Sri Manas Kumar Sahoo has created a sand sculpture on the Golden sea beach Puri, Odisha.
World Water Day tries to remind people about the significance of fresh water and to promote sustainability for fresh water resources’ management. World Water Day was officially assigned to 22 March in 1993 by the United Nations General Assembly.
There is no life without water. Yet it is not often mentioned that the availability and sustainable management of water has a direct link with the creation of quality jobs. The theme of 2016 World Water Day – Better water, better jobs – aims to highlight how water can create paid and decent work while contributing to a greener economy and sustainable development. To realize that water is life and not allow in wastage of water the reputed international sand artist Mr. Manas Kumar Sahoo has created a beautiful sand sculpture on the eve of “world Water Day” in the golden sea beach, near light house of Puri at the distance of 65 k.m from capital of Odisha, Bhubaneswar.
His sculpture is focusing on how enough quantity and quality of water can change workers’ lives and livelihoods – and even transform societies and economies.. The length of this sculpture is 15 feet, utilizing 6 tons of sand by continuous labour of 8 hours .