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Painters, sculptors spread message of ‘drug-free world’ through art | The Indian Express

Related. Artists from all over the country participated in the young artists camp at PAU on Tuesday, creating beautiful pieces of art through their paintbrush strokes, camera clicks and clay moulding, on the theme ‘drug-free world’. Most of them were first-time visitors to Punjab and were seen exploring the campus to get the best ideas and clicks. Paras Ram Prajapati from Madhya Pradesh, a clay artist for the past 15 years, said, “We have been given the theme of drug-free world. This is my first visit to Punjab and I am really liking it, especially the dressing of Sikhs – the turbans.” K P Arunagiri from Tamil Nadu, a participant in the photography contest said, “The difference between Tamil Nadu and Punjab is that it is never so cold there. I am also liking chapatis and dal here, as we usually eat rice and sambhar in Tamil Nadu. I am exploring the campus to get best shots on the given theme.” The organisers of the fest made special arrangements for the artists at as light music played in the background to provide right atmosphere for the participants. Euphoria to perform today. The folk dancers, under the mass participation programme of the youth fest, on Tuesday performed at Bus stand, Model Town, railway station, Kipps Market and Ghumar Mandi. The folk dancers from Jharkand, Goa, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh and other states were welcomed by residents of Ludhiana in these markets. While Punjabi singer Gippy Grewal enthralled the audience the campus on Tuesday night, the famous band, Euphoria, will perform here on Wednesday night.
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