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COVID-19: Chandigarh's artists paint masks for needy

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COVID-19: Chandigarh's artists paint masks for needy

COVID-19: Chandigarh's artists paint masks for needy

Chandigarh's artists came together under the umbrella of Unique Society of Artists to send out messages in the society.

Artists painted masks to spread messages including 'stay home', 'value of greenery', 'immunity.'

These masks are being provided to the needy for free of cost.

The aim is to create awareness regarding multiple issues through work of art.


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