Sunday, January 8, 2012

Prizes galore for this 17-year-old multifaceted artist Nisha

For this 17-year-old girl winning prize is a child play. D Nisha, 2nd PUC student of Chaitra PU College is a multifaceted girl and has about 300 prizes to her credit in craft, drawing, Rangoli, model making, sand sculpture, vegetable carving, cycle-poling, creating objects out of waste, so on.

The keen interest towards drawing and craft from her tender age has made her to win several prizes. She was the first from Mysore to represented Karnataka two times in the National-level cycle polo competition held at Orissa and Rajasthan and she has been also selected as Captain for Karnataka team for two times.

Her creative works have been recognized in National and International level too. Through Bangalore Chitrakala Academy, she has contested in drawing competitions at Switzerland (Air Sports and Nature Harmony), Finland (My Environment), Poland (Dog My Friend), Tokyo (Terrorism), Egypt (Children feelings and their thinking way), New Zealand (My Goal or Peace), Gulf (Peace and Unity), and has won many prizes.

She has participated in many national-levels competition and has stood first most of the time. She has won rolling cup for three times in Dasara Rangoli competitions and first prize for portraying 'Village Life' through drawing.

She has bagged gold medal in sand sculpture competition held at Amalapura, Andhra Pradesh, and has bagged Press Ligious Award in 2007 and has won 2nd prize in International-level craft competition.

She has been conferred with many titles like 'Balasri Kalamitra', Bala Kuncha Kala Brahma Award, Suvarna Karnataka State Award, Belauva Siri Award, Kalavikas Award, GP Rajarathnam Balasri Award, Rahul Gandhi Rashtriya Yuva Prathiba Puraskar, Kalakanmani, Kannada Sindhura and Yuvasri.

Speaking to Express, Nisha says 'when I was studying in third standard my father Dwaraknath promoted me and due to my mother Renuka support, it was possible for me to achieve. She desires to become fashion designer in future.

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