International paper artist Shri Gurpreet Singh of Amritsar (Punjab) India has been honoured by World Book of Records, London for creating the unique replica of Sri Darbar Sahib - Amritsar with Plastic and Paper. Shri GurpreetSingh wasbestowed with the certificate of honour by Shri Randeep Kohli- an official adjudicator of World Book of Records. This was informed by Shri Santosh Shukla (President, World Book of Records).
Significantly, he has been a dedicated international paper artist. He has been credited with popularizing religious art work and heritage of Sikhism, through his miniature replicas. Earlier, he has been a recipient of more than 13 international and seven national records to his credit, for creating art from varied items, has been molding paper into interesting pieces of art since 19 years. An interior designer by profession and probably among very few specialized paper artists in Punjab, his miniature models of Nankana Sahib and smallest turban weighing seven gms and one inch long had made him popular in the many record books.
On being recognized by World Book of Records, London UK, Shri Gurpreet Singh was congratulated by Shri Virendra Sharma (Member of Parliament, England), Dr. Diwakar Sukul (Chairman, World Book of Records, London), Shri Santosh Shukla (President, World Book of Records) and other dignitaries from international scenario.