Sand artist bats for India Pakistan peace through beautiful sculpture

23 Aug, 2015 4:57 pm

NEW DELHI (92 News) – An Indian sand artist created a sculpture on the beach of Puri, in Bhubaneshwar, Odisha, to push for peace between India and Pakistan, as both the countries called off National Security Adviser level talks.

Sudarsan Pattnaik, who is famous for his beautiful and contemporarily relevant sculptures.

Pattnaik’s message, ‘Bring Peace’, is a rare and positive expression of the need for harmony, especially in the light of the blame game that has started between the leaders of the two countries, in the wake of the NSA talks getting cancelled.

Sudarsan requested the governments of India and Pakistan to come forward and bring peace.

Large number of people gathered to see the sculpture and stresses the need of peace among the two countries.

Just this week, External Affairs Minister and Pakistani National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz engaged in a war of words over the agenda of the meeting that was to take place on Sunday in New Delhi.

The talks were called off when Pakistan refused to engage under the pre conditions set by India. India insisted that Pakistan leave the Kashmir issue out of the talks and only discuss the issue of terrorism on Pakistani soil and ceasefire violations.

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