Reshma carves preamble of the Constitution on pencil lead, enters India Book of Records
Kochi: Reshma Ramachandran, a native of Tripunithura, has entered India Book of Records by carving the preamble of the Indian Constitution on pencil lead. Interestingly, she explored her skill in pencil lead carving three months ago.
She came to know about the art through the videos circulated on social media. With continuous practice, she successfully started carving on pencil lead.
Reshma took 6 hours to carve the preamble of the constitution on 18 pencils.
Her major hobbies are playing keyboard and painting.
“COVID-19 outbreak was reported soon after I completed my studies in MSc Mathematics. As I started to get bored at home, I wanted to do something different. When I started pencil lead carving, I didn’t finish even a pencil perfectly in the first month. But later, I started to carve words on the pencil lead. Now, I can make micro art with pencil lead,” said Reshma.
According to Reshma, pencil carving is also a small job for pocket money.
The price will be charged for the small gifts as per the words carved on the lead. Rs 50 is charged for a single letter carved on pencil lead.
Reshma is the daughter of Tripunithura Eroor native Ramachandran and Bindhu Ramachandran.