Rajaram Wants To Be The ‘king’ Of Pencil Sketch

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Sadhu Singh Lahiri. Shri Ganga Nagar.

It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. He says a lot without speaking. If the workmanship of the fingers of someone’s hands is hidden in this picture, then the matter becomes special. However, in the present environment, the jugaad of livelihood on the basis of ‘pictures’ is like a dream. Despite this, young Rajaram Bawri, a resident of Chak 21 AS ‘B’ of Ghadsana area, has a passion for painting.

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Sadhu Singh Lahiri. Shri Ganga Nagar. It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. He says a lot without speaking. If the workmanship of the fingers of someone’s hands is hidden in this picture, then the matter becomes special. However, in the present environment, the jugaad of livelihood on the basis of ‘pictures’ is like a dream. Despite this, young Rajaram Bawri, a resident of Chak 21 AS ‘B’ of Ghadsana area, has a passion for painting.
Rajaram was fond of painting from his childhood. However, the circumstances of his house and the surrounding environment were not such that he could find time for painting. This was the reason that like other children, he also did his graduation in Hindi, Political Science and Geography. Now he is doing MA in Geography.
According to Rajaram, after seeing social media platforms like YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, four years ago he realized that he should re-live his childhood ‘love’ i.e. painting. Along with studying college course books, started twirling his fingers in portrait sketches. Sharpened his graphite/charcoal pencil from social media itself. This young man, who considers Haryana’s painter Saurabh Joshi as an ideal, after studying, takes some time out of his free time and is busy in drawing pictures with pencil on paper.
Helps with household chores..
Rajaram belongs to a normal family. His father Laxmanram Bawri does agriculture. Mother has cancer, so she has to help with household chores as well. Have a brother. There sister is married. This young man says that a mechanic pencil is available for Rs 150-650. At the same time, a lot of expenditure is also incurred on A-2 to A-4 paper, scale, brush etc.
Rajaram wants to prove his talent
This youth knows that painting cannot be made a means of employment in a rural setting. But, he wants to prove his talent in this field. So far, the pictures made by him of Shri Guru Nanak Dev and Gausai ji have been appreciated. He wants to make pencil sketches of martyrs and great personalities of the country so that the youth can adopt their ideals.




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