Arjun Prajapati

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Arjun Prajapati in University of Rajasthan.

Arjun Prajapati (born 1957) was an Indian artist from Rajasthan, known for his pottery.



He was born in 1957 in India. [1] He received the Padma Shri Award in 2010. He died on 12th November, 2020 in Jaipur Rajasthan due to Coronavirus. [2] [3]



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  1. Hilton Anatole now home to Mahatma Gandhi statue by Deborah Fleck, in The Dallas Morning News on 4 March 2015
  2. "Resul Pookutty honoured with Padma Shri". The Times of India. 28 January 2010. Retrieved 12 March 2012.
  3. Popular Indian idol craftsman, Arjun Prajapati is dead

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