On the eve of Republic Day 2020, a different view was seen in Maharashtra Human Painting. Here in Pune, 4000 students made 4 live human paintings. Card boards were used to make the paintings. These paintings have found a place in the Guinness Book of World Records. The event was organized by the Jill Education Society.
4000 students made paintings of the national flag, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Rajmata Jijau and Tanaji Malasure with the help of card board. These paintings were made in an area of about 25 thousand square feet. 52 columns and 78 lines of students were created to make portraits. The Guinness Book of Records team from London came to Pune to record this event. The event has been recorded in the record book as the largest human live portrait.
Let us tell you that preparations were being made for these human paintings for about a week. With the help of the drone, these pictures were captured in the camera. Jill Education Society founder S.M. Katkar told about this that India’s cultural and historical heritage is the most special in the world. We have tried to bring that legacy to life through these paintings. Many social organizations and leaders of Maharashtra appreciated the students.