Hyderabad student writes Bhagavad Gita on rice grains in microscopic letters, internet praises her

Ramagiri Swarika, who is said to be the country’s first woman micro-artist, has created history by writing the Bhagavad Gita on 4042 rice grains. Swarika is a law student from Hyderabad and it took her over 150 hours to complete the project. She also works with various products to create micro arts.

“In my most recent work, I have written Bhagavad Gita on 4042 rice grains, which took 150 hours to finish. I work on different things to make micro art,” Swarika said, who does not use a magnifying glass for her micro artwork.

“I have shown my art on milk art, paper carving, and many other products,” she added. In the past, she wrote a preamble to the constitution on hair strands and for that work, Tamilisai Soundarajan, Telangana Governor also honoured her. After being recognized for her work at the national level, she wants to make her mark at the international level.

She told ANI, “I have always been interested in art and music. For this, I have received many awards since childhood. Four years ago I started micro art by drawing a picture of Lord Ganesha on rice grains. After that one Wrote the entire English alphabet on rice grains.”

In the year 2017, Ramagiri Swarika was awarded the International Order Book of Records. In 2019, she was awarded the National Award from Delhi Cultural Academy and was recognized as India’s first micro-artist. However, she says, “I wanted to become a judge and could become an inspiration for other women.” 

Sri Lata, Swarika’s mother said, “My daughter developed a passion for art and music since childhood. I am very happy to see her receive all this recognition.” watch the video below:

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