Samyukta, a student from Coimbatore, has developed an art-related mobile application called “Yukta” that facilitates learning of Indian traditional arts from any corner of the world.
Samyukta is the daughter of Chandraprabha and Ramesh Babu from Ganapathy Maniyakarampalayam, Coimbatore. She is a 10th grader at Camford International School in the same area. Samyukta learned Bharatanatyam and various arts from an early age and has created many world records in it. In particular, she has made various world records by practising the symbols of Bharata art in a short period.
Being an ardent lover of traditional art forms, she has been creating various records in arts especially in Bharatanatyam right from her childhood. Adding on to her accolades, she has now developed a mobile application that would facilitate the users to learn the artforms virtually.
Samyukta said that this application would help the users to learn all the details about the arts, including dance and the art competitions in their area could be notified through this app as well.
Thiagu Nagaraj, the publisher of the Nobel Book of World Books, congratulated Samyukta for her creativity at a very young age. Students like her should get inspired by her achievement and take it as a motivation to create and invent many things in their life.
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