The Indian artist and Inventor Wajid khan, an Indian artist and inventor. He has specialized in carving with nails to produce a beautiful piece of art and adding new dimension to the field of art. Recognizing his outstanding ‘Nail Art’, Wajid was named in the Guinness Book of World Records, Limca Book or Records, Asia Book of Records and India Book of Records. In 1995, at the age of 14 he invented the world's smallest electric iron. After this invention, he went on to invent a water theft device and a centralized touch-activated switch for household appliances. He also created a painting on canvas, which was apparently world's first 3D painting. He has also created a robot and then again, in 2003 he invented a Light sensor and Gear-Locking. From being a rugby player, animator and inventor, Wajid has also carved his niche in doing things differently. Now, he is a famous nail-portraist. Among his other works includes 200 of his inventions. He has been awarded thrice by the late president Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam.
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