Aavya, 6, created a creative diary that Ruskin Bond has unveiled.

A diary created by 6-year-old Kolkatan Aavya M. Bhutoria was unveiled by Ruskin Bond. Her father Sundeep Bhutoria was present when the diary was unveiled at Mussoorie.

The painting she created during lock down is featured on the diary’s cover, which reflects her experience of finding comfort in art during a trying period. Swarup Dutta created the cover design to highlight the diary’s core. The diary’s pages come in a variety of styles, including plain, ruled, and squared.

Ruskin Bond, Padma Bhushan, the renowned author, was thrilled to see the diary and appreciated Aavya’s imagination and insight in documenting her lock down days through photos in this diary. He also mentioned that he will be writing his subsequent story in Aavya’s journal.

“We really enjoyed Aavya’s art, so we put her best creations together as a digital collage for everyone to enjoy!” said Swarup Dutta.

Aavya’s artistic career actually started during the pandemic’s initial months of inaction. When she was just three years old, she began drawing constantly on notepads and conference pads. Her family of three, which consists of her, her mother, and her father, is frequently the focus of her drawings.

Diverse worlds come to life in her artwork, from birds and flowers to her favourite areas in and around her apartment terrace garden. Her paintings feature her own crows, which have yellow beaks from feasting on ripe mangoes. Aavya spends the majority of the afternoons working away at a cheerful small desk near a French window.

From a young age, Aavya has fostered her love of the arts. She uses vibrant colours, interesting compositions, and tactile surfaces to convey her love of painting.

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