Powai Mosaic Artist Chetan Raut Creates World Record Dr B.R Ambedkar Portrait Made of Notebooks

The 132nd birth anniversary of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar was celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm throughout the country. Amongst the various tributes paid to the great leader, one that stood out was the massive portrait made entirely out of notebooks in Latur. This unique creation was brought to life by the talented artist, Chetan Raut, and his team of 18 individuals.

Chetan Raut, hailing from Powai, Mumbai, has once again proven his prowess in mosaic art by setting a new world record in Latur on the occasion of Ambedkar Jayanti. The 100x110 feet portrait, covering an area of 11,000 square feet, was made using around 18,000 notebooks. It took three days and three nights of rigorous hard work to complete this masterpiece, which is the first of its kind in the country.

The initiative for this tribute was taken by the visionary Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Sudhakar Shrangare, who was supported by the state secretary, Arvind Patil Nilangekar, Corporator Ajit Patil Kavhekar, and Ragini Yadav. However, it was Chetan Raut's artistic brilliance that brought this portrait to life, and he deserves all the credit for this achievement.

The portrait has been registered with World Records India, which is a testament to its uniqueness and Chetan Raut's exceptional talent. This remarkable tribute to Dr Ambedkar has received widespread appreciation and admiration, with people commending Chetan Raut'screativity and dedication.

Apart from the artistic value of the portrait, the use of notebooks as a medium also serves a social cause. The notebooks used in the creation of the portrait will be distributed to students in government schools as a commitment to promoting education awareness among them, a promise made by MP Shrangare. This noble gesture highlights Chetan Raut'sdesire to make a difference in society through his art.

Chetan Raut's talent and dedication have once again brought him to the forefront of the mosaic art world, and his contribution to the Ambedkar Jayanti celebrations is praiseworthy. The portrait made out of notebooks is a symbol of inspiration and a testament to the value of education, and Chetan Raut deserves all the accolades for bringing this unique creation to life.

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