Sini Rossario: Drawing her way to the India Book of Records

Sini Dalfi Rossario, hailing from Alappuzha, Kerala, known for its backwaters and house boats, is the new entrant to the India Book of Records (2021). She did so by drawing 108 portraits of famous personalities like Jawaharlal Nehru, William Shakespeare, Neil Armstrong, Kalpana Chawla and others on a single A4 size sheet of paper as confirmed on 21 July 2021. Born on 25 July 1996, Sini was brought up in Pune, and presently works for an IT company in Mumbai.

JOHN THEKKINKAD met Sini on behalf of The Teenager Today for a personal interview wherein Sini speaks about her achievements, and how she made it to the India Book of Records.

What prompted you to take up this challenge to break the India Book of Records in portrait drawing? 
I was interested in different forms of art works since my childhood, sketching caught my fancy from the start. The intricate work always fascinated me to turn more towards portrait sketches. 

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John Thekkinkad is an admin and legal consultant and director of Sunshine Infraspace Pvt Ltd. He was formerly SAO, National Institute of Bank Management, Pune.

John Thekkinkad

John Thekkinkad is an admin and legal consultant and director of Sunshine Infraspace Pvt Ltd. He was formerly SAO, National Institute of Bank Management, Pune.