Interstate Stone Sculpting Camp was held at The Dravidian University, organized by Karnataka Shilpakala Academy. The camp was for fifteen days, and the Shilpakala academy sends its own recognized twenty sculptors to sculpt the statue with ten senior Sculptors and ten junior sculptors. Different types of cement sculpting, stone carving, fiber casting, and metal casting are being organized in different states of India by Shilpakala academy. There was a reborn of Shilpakala academy for the modern age to get the past back to the present age. We were able to find all the stone carving and sculptures were sculpted by ancient people in the temples and historical places. Shilpakala started to choose and pick the most skillful and trained sculptor or artists to show their best work on the present status to change the trend.
Kamdhenu is also known as Surabhi, a divine bovine-goddess described in Hinduism as the mother of all cows. She is a miraculous “cow of plenty,” which grants all wishes and provides her owner whatever he desires. She is often portrayed as the mother of other cattle as well as the eleven Rudras. She is generally depicted as a white cow with a female head. She has a complexion like the white clouds, a female head, a peacock’s tail, and wings like tropical birds. Senior sculptor called Mr. Sidharaju. R from Ramanagar is working for 15 years as a sculptor. Junior Sculptor called Mr. Siddhappa from Bidar is a newcomer for sculpting on stone. Both carved the statue of Kamdhenu, which took almost 13 days to complete the sculpture.
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