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Special attraction to visitors at Lal Bagh..! Lush green canvas comes alive with Lantana elephants

Lal Bagh’s lush green canvas comes alive with Lantana elephants

In the heart of Lal Bagh, a vibrant spectacle unfolds as the verdant canvas transforms into a captivating display of life-size elephants crafted from the invasive Lantana Camara.

This awe-inspiring exhibition, titled “Coexistence: The Great Elephant Migration,” was inaugurated on February 3, introducing 60 intricately designed Lantana elephants to the public.

The lush green landscape of Lal Bagh served as the perfect backdrop for this month-long exhibition, drawing crowds of curious children and admirative adults alike.

These majestic Lantana elephants, meticulously carved by 150 skilled artisans representing various tribes such as Jenu Kuruba, Betta Kuruba, Paniya, and more, symbolize the essence of coexistence between humans and animals. It’s not merely an exhibition; it’s an immersive experience that transports citizens into a wild-life-like atmosphere.

What sets this venture apart is its focus on sustainability and conservation. By repurposing the invasive Lantana Camara into stunning sculptures, the exhibition not only showcases the artistic prowess of the craftsmen but also underscores the importance of harmonious living with nature.

As visitors explore Lal Bagh, they are not just witnessing art but actively participating in a broader conversation about our responsibility towards the environment.

This exceptional exhibition, a celebration of creativity and coexistence, will captivate hearts until its conclusion on March 3, leaving a lasting imprint on the minds of those who immerse themselves in this extraordinary experience.

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