Artists at G.D. Goenka International School, Surat Welcomes Modi & Trump with 3D Rangoli

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Surat (Gujarat) :Artists at G.D. Goenka International School (GDGIS) Surat have prepared an innovative and beautiful 3D Rangoli of Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi and US President Mr. Donald Trump in the school campus. Students of G.D.Goenka International School, Surat in association with Anjali Salunke, Heenaben Nayak, Somnath Parekh, Brijesh Patel, Saiyami Shah of Anjali Art Group, made this unique Rangoli. The objective of this Rangoli was to welcome the president of United States, Mr. Donald Trump with a unique initiative Rangoli design was based on Motera Stadium and ‘Namaste Trump’ was written in the middle of art while portrait of Mr. Trump and Mr. Modi have been made using various colours.

GDGIS has always encouraged its students to show their unique skills and ideas apart from academics. Students enthusiastically participated in this Rangoli making activity and showed their creativity. This initiative was appreciated by the school management and citizens of the city also.

It is to mention that with the support from top management of the school and under valuable guidance of the teachers; students were able to make this kind of unique Rangoli.

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