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Art of painting can help to knock stress out of your life
Rahul Sharma – a young artist having state, national and international awards to his credit – is of the view that painting is the best art form which can help to knock stress out of your life.

His dream is to pass on this art to the next generation to make them aware about the importance of colours in our lives for leading a stress-free life.

Rahul was recently selected for the national award out of a total of 70 artists at Jalandhar.

In the competition recently organised by Natraj Art Zone at Rewari in Haryana, he was honoured with Natraj Kala Rattan Award and presented a gold medal by artists SK Rajotia and Vinod Rajan Sharma.

He, however, appealed to the government to give more recognition to the art of artists which could not be possible without its help.

In an interaction, Rahul said, “Your pulse accelerates, your breathing is tense, and your head hurts and sometimes you want to shout at your spouse, snap at your neighbour, and head for the fridge. These are the signs which itself speak that you are stressed.”

He further said, “Current medical studies show how chronic stress negatively impacts health, potentially compromising numerous systems in the body, leaving us more vulnerable to a host of health issues from infections to insomnia.”

In this materialistic world, when human beings have started living under stress, panting comes across as one of the remedial medicines to improve concentration and fill colours and put ideas of day-to-day life on the canvas.

“Painting definitely helps to knock stress out of your life,” he added.

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