Art lover Dr. Balwinder Singh, who is on a tour of India from Moga city, reached Udaipur on Monday intending to encourage today's young generation towards art along with art conservation. On reaching Udaipur, social worker Piyush Kachhawa welcomed him and appreciated his efforts.
Dr. Baljinder said that this art lover, who came out of Moga city in collaboration with Indian Creative Unity and Sood Charity Foundation Malvika Sood Sachar, has given the message of art conservation through various artifacts on his car. Baljinder, who left on November 15, said that this train would reach more than 100 art buildings and art-related places in 27 states and three union territories and inspire the young generation by telling them about different dimensions of art.
This journey is about 15 thousand km long and will be completed in 45 days. Sonu Sood and Malvika Sood of Sood Charity will fully support this journey.
It is worth mentioning that art lover Dr. Baljinder has been giving free art education to children for the last seven years and impressed by this art of Baljinder,
he has been honored with 29 awards and nine world records by the government and organizations in different states.