Of late half faced Hanuman sticker is making its presence felt across India, however, the craze of this Hanuman sticker can be seen in south India. Hindu activists are the most obsessed with this beautiful art. This orange faced Hanuman sticker can be seen on many vehicles around the country.
This art has added extra flavor to the beauty of Hinduism, anyone who sees this art for the first time cannot take his/her eyes off it. The sticker has the face of god Hanuman, while half the face is depicted in orange the other half is dappled with back. The image symbolizes the supremacy of lord Hanuman over the demons.
This sticker is eventually becoming the symbol of Hinduthav and the pride of Hindu youths. This sticker is only gaining popularity With lakhs of Hindus admiring this wonderfully designed art. The first time I saw this art I was mesmerized and wanted to know the reason behind the swift popularity of this.
The man who designed this is Karan Acharya. Karan is basically from Kasaragod, Kerala and he is a passionate creative artist, storyboard artist, caricaturist, illustrator, animator and a concept artist. He specializes in 2D and 3D animation designing. He developed a lot of zeal towards art right from his childhood days and always wanted to design something which he would be remembered for.
It all started during last year’s Ganesh Chaturthi in Kerala. Karan who works in Mangalore visited his home town when his friends wanted Karan to design a symbol as a theme for the celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi. On 13th November 2015 flags depicting this art was showcased in streets of Kasaragod by Hindu youths. The youths who saw it was the first time were so impressed that they eventually started sharing this on social media and making the image as their profile picture on WhatsApp and facebook which helped the art gain more and more popularity. Today this art has become the icon for Hindu activist.
Karan said he is really happy to see his art getting recognition and people admiring his work. He said he will continue to contribute in every little way he can.