We must have played many indoor and outdoor games in our childhood. After growing up and becoming busy with the household and work responsibility, even today, if we look back to our childhood we recall our friends and the attachments that we have with them are refreshed. The friends who play games with us joy to our faces, the unforgettable happiness. But we have forgotten to pass on this heritage to the next generation. The new generation is growing up by playing games constantly alone in the mobile phones and tablets. They cannot enjoy such beautiful attachments that we had experienced in our times. With this painting, I want to tell the society and the world that instead of giving a mobile or tablet in the hands of your child, give them their childhood and ask them to “Come Out and Play”.
Manish Solanki, Assistant Professor, Foundation Department, Unitedworld Institute of Design (UID)
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