To celebrate the annual occasion of International Women’s Day on 8th March, our own young Frontrunner, Chaitali Sinha, wrote an inspiring poem and doodle to show the stereotypical depiction of women.
Description of Doodle
The doodle consists of various elements. The Oval at the front depicts tears. After combining it with the other two ovals, It gives the view of flower petals. Above them, there are two swords clinging to each other. The red shape in the oval depicts the smile of a woman. And the shape in black depicts long silky hairs. Scroll down to read the poem.
Chaitali is a young aspiring design student from Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. At the age of 12 years, she was inspired by nature and started writing poems as a hobby. She blogs under the title “Life View Through Poems with Chaitali.” Chaitali is an artist, contributing sketches and doodles that illustrate her poems on the blog. A student of design, she writes stories, converting them into a script, storyboards, or comics, though preferring to write inspirational and informative pieces. Chaitali is interested in the Film and Television Industry and is eager to learn its components and processes, including filmmaking and acting. She is fascinated with color theory, and curious to learn more about various color schemes and the psychological aspects behind them in order to use them in the design field.
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