Indian Diaspora Kids in London Thank Corona Warriors through their inspirational art
Two little girls of Indian origin have created a stunning artwork to encourage National Health Service (NHS) workers in the UK, who are working hard and putting their lives at risk on the front line in these difficult times of the Coronavirus pandemic. With this art, kids are trying to spread the message that ‘we can tackle any challenge together.’ A detailed story on Dynamite News:
London: Nine-year-old Saanvi Tibrewal has designed this artwork saluting the National Health Service (NHS) and other key workers in the UK. She has created the inspirational artwork on the front of her home, with admirable support from her three year old sister, Saniya.
Both girls are originally from India, and their father is a well-known orthopaedic surgeon in London who is currently working away from home to serve the public affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
The grandfather of these two girls, Dr Sheo Bhagwan Tibrewal, is also a renowned orthopaedic surgeon in London. The Government of India has honoured him with the Padma Shri, the country's fourth-highest civilian award, for his contributions in the field of medicine.
Healthcare workers, members of the UK parliament, professional medical colleagues in the UK, and the global community have all applauded this thoughtful & artistic approach of appreciating the hard work of the National Health Service Staff showing a deep feeling of love and gratitude by these kids at such a tender age. They believe that such efforts can only increase the morale and courage of the National Health Service (NHS) workers at this difficult time.