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A glimpse of the sculptures from the greatest International Sand Art festival

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The International Sand Art festival is a popular art festival organized by the Odisha government during 1st to 5th December held at the Chandrabhaga beach near Konark temple, Bhubaneswar every year. Artists from around the world come and participate in this festival. The famous artist ‘Sudarsan Pattnaik’ is taken as the brand ambassador for the festival this year. Here is a glimpse of some of the best artworks of the festival

1. Welcome to a place where art resides in every grain of sand.
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2. Celebrating the sculpture produced by a skillful sand artist on World AIDS Day.
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3. A sand master spreading a notable social message in the modern society with his sand art.
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Image Courtesy : twitter.com/sudarsansand
4. An Indian beauty working on her beautiful art for the day.
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5. The Buddha monument art carved significantly by an Indian artist.
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6. Women artists paying tribute to Lord Buddha by creating his sculptures.
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7. And this laughing Buddha sculpture is our personal favourite.
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8. Sudarsan Pattnaik paying tribute to our greatest Hockey Major Dhyan Chand on his death anniversary.
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9. A foreign artist carving his masterpiece at the art festival.
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10. Even the International artists are creating the most historical pieces at the famous art festival.
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11. An incredible sculpture with an incredible message.
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12. The famous artist from Singapore creating a design at the International Sand Art festival.
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13. A masterpiece created by one of the renowned artists is the winner of the season.
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14. An Odia artist spreading a remarkable message with his amazing artwork.
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15. The most tremendous piece by the ambassador himself.
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This festival is one of its kind and is worth visiting. If you have already
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