Aurangabad artist writes holy book on rice grains

Published: Saturday, December 25, 2010, 21:00 [IST]
 

Aurangabad, Dec.25 (ANI): Gajendra Wadonkar, a unique artist from Aurangabad, has written chapters of a holy book on rice grains and is aiming to register him in the Guinness book of World records.

Wadonkar said he has planned to complete a holy book on Sai Baba within a year.

"I need around 20 to 25 lakhs of rice grains to write the holy book on Sai Baba. I want to complete it within one year," said Wadonkar.

Wadonkar said he has got his parents blessing to complete the task.

"I have written Sukhmani paath (holy chapter of a Sikh religious book) and I have sent it to the Guinness book of World records.

This would also go to the Guinness book of World records as I have got blessings from many people, I have the support of my parents as well. My wish is to take the holy book of Sai Baba to the Guinness book of World records," he said. (ANI)


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