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  • Writer's pictureKRISHNENDU KUNDU

Warrior Child Initiative: The Art Exhibition of Annay and Anvi Agarwal Achieved a Philanthropic Note

News Desk, News Nation 360 : The 14-year-old twins, Annay and Anvi Agarwal, gave a remarkable unveiling of the Warrior Child initiative, a charitable art exhibition organised by the Limitless Canvas Foundation, in a stunning display of artistic talent. Held at Kolkata's esteemed Gallery Gold, the exhibition featured about a hundred captivating pieces of art, all of which were donated to worthy causes. Both supporters and art enthusiasts were enthralled with the event. The pair's collection, an ode to creativity, featured a wide variety of paintings, each an individual masterpiece. The rare chance to purchase these pieces of art was extended to attendees, with all sales proceeds benefiting the Warrior Child initiative and charitable causes. The exhibition's beautiful backdrop, supplied by Gallery Gold, which is situated at 11 Abdul Rasul Ave., close to

Menoka Cinema, Lake Range, Kalighat, Kolkata, West Bengal 700026, improved the overall experience for guests. The art exhibition, which showcased the twins' extraordinary talent, was held in front of esteemed guests such as Mrs. Seema Sapru, the principal of Heritage School, and Bonny Sengupta, a well-known Bengali film actor. Their presence gave the event an air of importance and glitz. The Limitless Canvas Foundation would like to extend its sincere gratitude to all of the participants, sponsors, and donors who helped to make this charitable art show and fundraiser a huge success. Future generations are likely to be inspired to explore the limitless possibilities of artistic expression by the remarkable talent exhibited by Annay and Anvi Agarwal.

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