Jewellery merchants and artists in Surat trade tricolour theme rakhi, abrogation of Art 370
PAINTER_RAKHI

As Independence Day is all ready to celebrate with Raksha Bandhan this year on the same day, the market stores and jewellery stores are representing the colour of nationalism as serving the prevailing political aspect in India.

Wearing a festive look, Surat markets are captivating buyers as they are selling gold and silver rakhis with a theme of abrogation of Article 370 and 34A are being marketed to give a ‘message of oneness and to praise the government for their hardships to branch Jammu and Kashmir” into two Union Territories

Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh will come into permanence on October 31.

Based on the significance of both the events. The jewellery stores this time have designed gold and silver rakhis designed per customers choice and pouch. Which means, rakhis represent the country along with the festival of Raksha Bandhan.

Meanwhile, a specially-abled artist Manoj Bhinagare from Surat dedicate a painting to the Army and continues the revocation of Article 370.

The renowned mouth and foot painter canvassed India’s map and his creative skills spoke a message of “One Nation, One Constitution and One Flag

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