All The Best! Dhoni & Brigade from 3 Artists of Udaipur
What are those four basic but most vital necessities for an Indian to be alive?The answer is Air, Water, Cricket and Bollywood. Even if the first two are not there, the latter ones are enough to keep him alive.
What are those four basic but most vital necessities for an Indian to be alive?
The answer is Air, Water, Cricket and Bollywood. Even if the first two are not there, the latter ones are enough to keep him alive.
Cricket however not an official national sport but it is placed among the top national legacy. India is completely absorbed with cricket- religiously, socially and heartily.
Ok, imagine what craziest thing one could ever do for cricket? Like some go for a weird hair cuts or some like to tattoo their body or paint their face in love for cricket. There are thousands of crazy ideas but only few people dare to execute it.
As The 10th Cricket World Cup 2011 is one step far, many exceptionally talented people are coming up with their unique form of art dedicated to cricket.
Well we are not featuring the most weird examples but the most artistic works by three talented people of Udaipur who made the news in all major media and tv channels for their creativity and passion.
Abdul Malik, an international kite flyer famous for flying hundreds of kites in a single thread, he had once again did something to be proud of. Abdul Malik had flown 300 kites with an imprint of Indian cricket players on each kite from the beautiful shore of lake fateh sagar.
Malik’s each kite had an photo of Indian cricket team player. The first goes for Dhoni, second for sachin and then sehwag, pathan and it goes on and on till it touches the sky announcing loudly to the world that India is a champion.
Another enormous example of an art is Ashok Panchal’s cricket world cup replica of gold (pic above). Ashok is a gold smith by profession and also a passionate artist who always wishes to do something different and unique. Ashok had crafted a replica of World Cup Trophy made of 0.009 mg gold measuring 3 mm in height and 1.5 mm in width. These trophies are on sale for rs.20/- each.
Third great example of the craziest thing one could ever do for world cup is famous miniature artist Iqbal Sakka’s latest and the tiniest cricket world cup ground made from 200 mg of gold. The green color cricket ground which is unseen without magnifying glass has a cricket bat sized 1mm, 0.2 mm weighed ball and just 3 mm length of pitch. The two wickets and a world cup trophy are also added with this master piece. Mr. Sakka (in photo) claims that his world cup trophy is the smallest in the world. He also wishes to gift his work to Indian team if they win the world cup.
If you claim yourself to be the craziest cricket fan then just go and see yourself in mirror and ask, what I did for cricket?
and if you did something worth to be applause then write down in the comment box below.
UT wishes All The Best! to Indian Cricket Team for ICC World Cup Cricket starting from 19th February 2011