Dr. Ikbal Sakka, a renowned goldsmith and holder of multiple world records from Udaipur, Rajasthan, India, has created a remarkable cricket trophy for the ongoing Indigenous Cricket World Cup 2023 on Indian soil. This trophy, crafted with the utmost precision and delicacy, is a testament to his extraordinary skills.
Dr. Sakka's creation, known as the "Bed Balla Golden Camp Stamp," is a stunning piece of art made from pure gold and weighs an astonishingly light 0.00 milligrams. Notably, it's so delicate that it appears weightless. This masterpiece took Dr. Sakka only five days to complete, using both sea salt grains and the lightest of breezes to sculpt its intricate details.
In a passionate message to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Minister of Sports in India on September 26th, Dr. Ikbal Sakka expressed his desire to present this awe-inspiring creation to the victorious team of the Indigenous Cricket World Cup 2023 on behalf of the Indian government.
With unwavering determination and enthusiasm, Dr. Sakka fervently hopes that if Asia wins the championship, they will be just as successful in the World Cup. He is committed to preserving these exquisite golden artworks, showcasing them within the borders of India as a symbol of national pride.