Vadodara artist created map of India with flowers to celebrate 75th Independence Day
An artist of Paramahansa Art in Vadodara created the map of India as part of Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav
An artist of Paramahansa Art in Vadodara created the map of India as part of Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav. Displayed as part of 75th Independence Day at Shri Krishna Hindi Vidyalaya School in Karelibaug area, the art was 52 feet long and 38 feet wide as artist Kishan Shah tried to create a beautiful composition using 110 kg of various tricolor flower petals and tree leaves.
Kishan Shah said, This beautiful event was organized in collaboration with Adukio Dadukio Public Trust and Yuva Group (Vadodara). It took him about 8 hours to make a map of India. On the occasion of Independence Day, people salute the tricolor of India and with this art the whole atmosphere was fragrant with the various fragrant flowers used in the tricolor.
An exhibition of banners of dignitaries who have been instrumental in bringing freedom was also held there.