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Posted on Feb 13, 10:55AM | UNI
Rohtak, Feb 12 : Haryana Council for Child Welfare Vice-President Asha Hooda today said that there was no barrier of caste, religion, language and region in art.
"Art teaches us to dream and good training further sharpens it. Irrespective of the language music touches everybody's heart.," Ms Hooda said while speaking at the inaugural function of 10-day National Sculpture Camp organised at the State Institute of Fine Arts here.
She said children should explore their future in subjects like art and music apart from commerce and science. In the present scenario, it becomes the duty of the parents to identify the hidden talent in their children and encourage them towards it.
Ms Hooda said in this camp renowned sculptors from across the country would give training to the children. She urged the children to extract maximum benefit from this opportunity and bring laurels to the state and country by achieving higher goals.
Deputy Commissioner Rohtak Vikas Gupta and Chairman of the Camp D S Kapoor also spoke on the occasion.