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Using over 2,000 matchsticks, Puri artist creates model of Indian Army tank

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Using over 2,000 matchsticks, Puri artist creates model of Indian Army tank

Using over 2,000 matchsticks, Puri artist creates model of Indian Army tank

An artist of Odisha's Puri has beautifully created one model of Indian Army tank.

Saswat Ranjan Sahoo used 2,256 matchsticks to make this model.

He took 6 days to create this masterpiece and paid tribute to the Indian Army.

The overall height of Indian Army tank is 9 inches and width is 8 inches.


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