Ajay verma (The Mirror Time)
INDIA(Chhattisgarh) The world’s largest coffee painting is being built in Raipur. It is being prepared by Raipur-based artist Shiva Manikpuri. Shiva has presented it as the biggest coffee painting ever. If all goes well, the name of this artwork created by Shiva will be recorded in the world’s most prestigious world record book, the Guinness Book of World Records.
Shiva has engraved the picture of his mother. Shiva Manikpuri started this campaign on 17th June. The work of making the painting first started with applying primer to the fabric. After this, Shiva kept giving about 5 hours every day to complete this painting, now on June 27, after about 10 days this painting is being completed. Shiva has presented it as the biggest coffee painting ever.. Shiva has prepared this huge painting in 240 square meters. A waterproof pandal has been prepared in the school in collaboration with Rakesh Mishra so that the painting is safe. About Rs, 6.5 lakh was spent with everyone’s cooperation. The attempt may be successful. If all goes well, the name of this artwork created by Shiva will be recorded in the world’s most prestigious world record book, the Guinness Book of World Records
Shiva of Raipur has been associated with painting and Rangoli art for the last many years. They do this work professionally. Shiva, who has often won the hearts of people through rangoli and painting in many competitions and programs, said that it has been a long time for him to register his name in the Guinness Book of World Records. When it was possible, he thought of making a picture of his mother, Shiva says in my life there is no one bigger than my mother.
Shiva told that earlier the record for making paintings with coffee is recorded in the name of Dubai-based artist Ohud Abdullah Almalki, who had prepared the painting with 4.5 kg of coffee grains. The size of the painting made by Shiva is also very big. Shiva is using 6 kg of coffee. Because of this, Shiva is confident that he will be able to register his name in the Guinness Book of World Records by breaking the record of Dubai artists.