A 12-year-old boy Master Adwaith Krishna from Thrissur, Kerala, has taken over the internet and has won praises for his newspaper train model. The young boy has created a spectacular train model that he has made using newspaper and glue.
The train is winning hearts on Twitter for its perfection and minute detailing. Even the Railway Ministry couldn’t stop itself from congratulating him. The office uploaded the video of the young boy from their official Twitter account and shared that they were extremely impressed and proud. The tweet read, “Master Adwaith Krishna, a 12-year-old rail enthusiast from Thrissur, Kerala has unleashed his creative streak and has made a captivating train model using newspapers. His near perfection train replica took him just 3 days (sic).”
The video shows how the 7th grader, son of famous sculptor Manikandan Kizhakoottu, created different parts of a train by skillfully rolling old newspapers to create pipe-like structures for his train model. It also shows how Adwaith assembled them accurately to design it into a train. His focus and dedication is commendable as the young boy only took 3 days to complete the model.
As soon as the video hit the internet, it went viral. Netizens sang praises of the beauty that Adwaith created and blessed him for his future. A Twitter user wrote, “Congratulations and bless you with a bright future” while another user remarked, “That is one genius little artist. God bless you.” Another user replied to the Railways Ministry tweet, “Proud of you Adwaith Krishna. Student of CNN BHoys High School Cherpu. Son of famous sculptor Manikandan Kizhakoottu. Congrats my dear child…”
Another twitter user praised young Adwaith’s creative piece and captioned the picture, “This is called “Creativity” Meet Master Adwaith Krishna, a 12 year old boy from Thrissur, Kerala. he made a train with newspaper in just 3 days. Hats off to this little child.”
Tell us what you think of the train replica. Share your creative sparks and keep up the creativity.