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New Delhi, Sept 16: The 25 feet sculpture of Hanuman, made of 26,000 bells was recently installed in New Delhi. This grand piece of art was made to promote Charuvi Design Lab’s animated film ‘Shri Hanuman Chalisa’. Indicating the festivities of Diwali , this interactive bell sculpture was a unique celebration of light interpreted in a large-scale. Also Read - International Flights: Air India Plans To Operate Special Flight From Basra To New Delhi On September 17 | Details Here

Charuvi Agarwal, artiste, said: “The project started with an audio track. It was a 30-minute audio track that was sung by Amitabh Bachchan himself and that’s how the project took off. So, first we created an animated piece, which was stereoscopic in nature, and that’s from where the idea penetrated that why we don’t create base that is an amalgamation of art, technology and mythology. So, that we could re-narrate the stories in a more stimulating way,” she further added. Also Read - Sex on Their Minds! Online Sale of Sex Toys Rises to 65% Post COVID-19 Lockdown in India, Mumbai Tops the List

The exhibit also features intricately hand-painted narratives on the traditional kavad, a mobile, interactive shrine traditionally carried from village to village, and rendered in songs of faith.