Sudarsan Pattnaik honors PV Sindhu

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Sand artist honors the only Indian silver medallist athlete of India
at 2016 Rio Olympic, PV Sindhu and her coach Gopichand by creating a
5ft high sand sculpture on Saturday at Puri Beach, Odisha. The
badminton player and the pride of India Sindhu is a Padma Shri award
winner, who defeated the Japanese Nozomi Okhura during the semi-finals
of Women Singles Badminton during this summer Olympics. Sudarsan who has participated in 50 international championships and festivals has
won many prizes for the country. The artist has previously
congratulated Sakshi Malik, the bronze medallist wrestler and wished
luck to the Indian wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt.

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