Pakistani artist who painted Crown Prince gets Umrah ticket


Pakistani artist

LAHORE: In a heartwarming gesture, Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to Pakistan Nawaf bin Saeed al-Maliki has bestowed the gift of an Umrah ticket upon a talented Pakistani artist for creating a portrait of Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman.

The artist, Omar Jaral, aged 33, is known for his remarkable work despite facing the challenges of cerebral palsy (CP). His unique ability to communicate through a computer has not deterred him from pursuing his artistic passions.

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Saudi Ambassador gave the reward to Omar Jaral during a ceremony commemorating the 93rd National Day of Saudi Arabia held in Lahore.

In the past, Jaral’s has also crafted portraits of prominent Muslim leaders from around the world including UAE Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed, and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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