Guru Prasad Sahu - The Traditional Roots of Sacrifice
Guru Prasad Sahu, nicknamed Dipu by his family and fiends, is the son of Shri Jagat Bandhu Sahu, a traditional stone carver by profession. Dipu was born on the ninth day of January, 1979, in the village of Bantaligram situated ed near the ancient and sacred city of Puri. He is a commerce graduate from the Nimapara college, affiliated to the Utkal university. Having completed his formal education he joined his father's workshop and soon carved out his own independent status in the atelier. He has held three solo exhibitions at the prestigious Crafts Museum in New Delhi and once at the Dilli Haat. Guru Prasad Sahu's preferred mediums are red sandstone (extremely tough) and Nilgiri stone, both of which are mined at Balasore, 200 kilometers from Puri. He is yet unmarried having vowed to marry off his two younger sisters (aged 24 and 18 respectively), before he ties the knot himself.
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