Kishore, who lives in the UAE, making paintings by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, was no longer happy when he wrote a letter of hearty thanks on behalf of that Prime Minister Narendra Modi. According to Gulf News report, Saran Sasikumar, a ninth grade student in Dubai, made a six-layer stencil photograph of PM Modi on the occasion of Republic Day.
Sasikumar’s family hails from Kerala. He had brought this picture to Prime Minister Narendra Modi through Parliamentary Affairs Minister V Muralitharan who visited Dubai in January.
In the letter, PM Modi wrote, ‘Art is an effective means of expressing our innermost thoughts and feelings and connecting our imagination with creativity. Your unwavering commitment and dedication to the picture painting you create, as well as the nation Your love and affection towards us also shows.
Thanks a million to honourable @PMOIndia Shri @narendramodi for his kind words in this letter appreciating my painting. This is a big inspiration and source of inspiration for budding artists like me. Many thanks to @MOS_MEA & @cgidubai for helping my painting reach @PMOIndiapic.twitter.com/KL8MOUnyfK
– Saran Sasikumar (@ SaranSasikumar2) February 21, 2021
‘I am sure that you will take your artistic skills to a higher level of excellence in the coming years. You continue to make many more beautiful pictures and at the same time, attain highs in the academic field. Best wishes for a bright and successful future. Sasikumar has posted a picture of PM Modi’s signature letter on his Twitter account.
In response to the letter, Sasikumar wrote on Twitter, ‘Thank you to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for praising my painting. It is a great source of inspiration and inspiration for emerging artists like me.