Ajaypal Gehlot (DOB- December 9 1965) from Ajmer, Rajasthan (India) is a Lecturer of Art and Drawing in a school of Ajmer.
By putting the religious touch Mr. Ajaypal Gehlot gave a new definition to the Art and Drawings. He has made about 7000 OM symbols and about 10000 Cross symbol designs.
He possesses more than 17000 paintings in his precious collection. He has been named 2 times in LIMCA Book of World Record (2002 and 2013) .
Mr. Ajaypal Gehlot belongs to an middle class family, and he started painting when he was 15 years old. He used to go with his brother in marriages for Wall Paintings. Soon he became perfect in painting and drawings. He is also fond of Jewellery designs.
His working style is very interesting, his ability to draw sketch and colour combination is amazing, as he holds the paint brush his hand draws automatically and each drawing is made with uniqueness.
Generally he starts working in mid night in peaceful and calm environment, and mostly he works whole night till morning.
Has experience of years on working various styles and types of drawings, and has huge collection of jewellery design made by him.
Ajaypal Gehlot, Ajmer
A world record holder in the field of art and drawing. He has been named two times in LIMCA BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS for his amazing talent of making unique portraits.
Ajaypal Gehlot has made World Record of making 2100 portraits of symbol of Lord Jesus CROSS.
He has been working for last 5 years on this project, he made these portraits of size 21 X 30 CM with beautiful and unique designs. Each portrait takes 3-4 hours to be drawn.
He touched all type of designs and styles of art and drawings in his portraits, which made him to be named in LIMCA BOOK OF WORLD RECORD.
Mr. Ajaypal Gehlot has keen interest in Jewellery designing, he has been working on Cross Pendal sketches for more than 5 years, and now he got perfection in this art and he has collection of more than 1 Lakh of designs.
The specialty about these sketches is,these are made with just pen and paper with single hand and no corrections are made once a sketch is prepared. More interesting thing is that these sketches are made without using any measurement tool.
Ajay pal Gehlot, Painter | Designer