CULTURE & CREATIVITY RECORDS

India Book of Records has the culture of felicitating creativity

Appreciating, felicitating creativity are in the cultures of India Book of Records. Improvement in the cultural scenarios of societies, countries and the world on the whole, is in the priority list of India Book of Records. Creativity cannot grow in the lack of culture, feels India Book of Records. Both those creatively ahead as well as backward are the priorities of India Book of Records. Art, painting, music, dance, sculpting. sketching etc are all that encompass Culture & Creativity category of India Book of Records.

Extraordinary musical festivals, concerts, programs etc., feats in these regard, feature in India Book of Records. Specially endowed musicians, singers, drummers, rappers and the like form one of the categories of India Book of Records. Anything new, extra added in the field of Culture & Creativity is registered in the India Book of Records.

India Book of Records is with everything which is culturally and creatively-rich. India Book of Records believes in infusing in people the feeling, sense of culture and creativity. It is a bit difficult for both culture and creativity to go together, feels India Book of Records. But where both culture and creativity, go, thrive together it can only be called a double whammy, according to India Book of Records. New-age social media and its various platforms can be culturally and creatively rich, fells India Book of Records. On the same lines or even better than traditional media, according to India Book of Records.

Culture and creativity is paramount feels India Book of Records, is above everything. India Book of Records tries to remove obstacles which come in the way of culture and creativity. More new, strong platforms need to be provided for the betterment, development of Culture & Creativity, feels India Book of Records. India Book of Records believes in triple C’s which are Culture & Creativity and celebrations in their regard. People especially common ones, should be crusaders of Culture & Creativity, feels India Book of Records.

Culture & Creativity should not be a rigid but flexible aspect of life, life in general as well as that of people’s,  feels India Book of Records. Culture & Creativity should no way come under pressures of social taboos, stigmas, according to India Book of Records. Culture & Creativity should not get blinded, come under pressures of expectations, deliverance, feels India Book of Records. Culture & Creativity should be free-spirited and not a caged bird, individual, accumulation of thoughts, feelings and the like, according to India Book of Records. Flag, banner of Culture & Creativity, should always keep flying high, feels India Book of Records. Culture & Creativity given shape by things, tools, equipment and the like away from the norm, are highly appreciated by India Book of Records. Attraction towards Culture & Creativity, comes naturally to India Book of Records. Fragrance, effect of Culture & Creativity should spread strong and wide far, feels India Book of Records.

Claytronics Art

Charuvi Agrawal

Claytronics Art

Charuvi Agrawal (born on June 20, 1983) of Jor Bagh, New Delhi, created 20 miniature 3-D sculptures by June 30, 2006 using a unique  technique developed by her named ‘claytronics’. The petite young woman with beautiful long locks has chosen to concentrate on something that was a childhood hobby- making interesting figures out of clay. That time she used to make these figures just for entertainment and to pass her time. It used to be a game for her. Her teachers and parents always liked what she made and would especially engage her in making clay figures during the festival season. She learnt clay making at a summer camp that happened at her school, when she was in class VI. She never thought she would excel to this extent later in her life.

 

Paper Chiselling Art

D. P Joshi

Paper Chiselling Art

D.P Joshi (born on December 29, 1931) of Pune has created 200 unique portraits or designs using the Paper-Chiselling art till October 1, 2005, in which intricate forms are created by cutting plain paper into fine curves, circles, dots etc and pasted them on a colorful background. The oldest work in his collection is ‘The Vatsalya’ made in 1958.

 

Fastest Medicinal Painting

A. Velu

Fastest Medicinal Painting

A. Velu (born on June 1, 1952) of Vennampalli  Chittoor Distt., Andhra Pradesh, painted 101  paintings using expired medicines in 25 hours without using pencil, pen or any preliminary sketch on from  January 16 to  January 17 2002.

 

Paintings with Left Hand

Shreekant Dubey

Paintings with Left Hand

Shreekant Dubey (born on January 20, 1969) of Kashi has made 7000 paintings till 2007 with left hand as he is physically challenged. In 1981, he lost his vital limb and he had to struggle for hours to learn and write with his left hand initially. It was only through tremendous perseverance and hard work that he succeeded in it.

 

Most Unique Art of Making Painting with Words

Yash Pal Gambhir

Most Unique Art of Making Painting with Words

Yash Pal Gambhir (born on August 11, 1971) of Sonepat, Haryana uses a unique art of making paintings with words. He used an ink pen and a pencil and made portrait of Ratan Tata, measuring 47 x 61 cm and took 8 hours and 50 minutes to complete it. Another portrait of Ritu Beri measuring 45.5 x 68 cm was completed in 9 hrs and 45 minutes. He had set this record in the year 2005.

 

Most finger Paintings Marathon

A. Ramakrishna

Most Finger Paintings Marathon

A. Ramakrishna (born on August 4, 1968) of Bangalore successfully completed the task of making 100 paintings at Kendriya Vidyalaya at IISC, Bangalore by using his fingers on canvases measuring 12×16 inches. He completed this task in 13 hours and 50 minutes. The artist started painting his first canvas at 8:18 am on May 20, 2010 and completed at 9.44 pm on the same day.

Rangoli of Rupee Symbol

Shyam Vispute

Rangoli of Rupee Symbol

Rangoli Artist Shyam Vispute of  Akola, Maharastra made a 117 square feet rangoli of Rupee Symbol on August 13, 2010 in 2 hours and 53 minutes in Rajrajeshwar temple hall. He was felicitated by Akola Gaurav award 2010 for his artwork on August 15, 2010

 

 

Most Paintings Created by Dot Pens

Anthony W. Mukherjee

Most Paintings Created by Dot Pens

Anthony W. Mukherjee (born on November 2,1936) of Kanpur held an exhibition of 45 paintings, all made with color dot pens at Ragendra Swarup centre, Kanpur for performing Arts on April 30 and May 1, 2005. Most of these paintings were portraits of eminent personalities.  Anthony W. Mukherjee who is a teacher by profession is a force to reckon with in making these paintings.