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Portrait of Lord Ram Made with 2 Lakh Diyas Sets a New World Record

Portrait of Lord Ram Made with 2 Lakh Diyas Sets a New World Record

The ensemble is of Lord Rama, Goddess Sita, Laxman and Hanuman, which was made in Kanakia Future City, Powai in Mumbai.

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The internet space is full of talent that often surprises us with their intricacy. Recently, Twitter fell for an ultimate piece of art when an artist Chetan Raut set a new world record by assembling 2 lakh colourful earthen pots into a huge portrait.


The ensemble is of Lord Rama, Goddess Sita, Laxman and Hanuman, which was made in Kanakia Future City, Powai in Mumbai. The representation measured 90 feet X 60 Feet in a total area of 5,400 square feet.

Managing Director of EMA partners, K Sudarshan took to the micro-blogging site Twitter to share the photo as well as the video. See Pics:




Watch the video shared by a Twitter user:



Netizens went in awe and praised the artist.


“This is awesome,” wrote a person.


Another user commented, “Marvellous work,” along with clapping emojis.


The man behind the masterpiece, Chetan Raut is an alumnus from Sir JJ College of Architecture, Mumbai. He is also a Limca Book of Records holder and is famous for creating huge portraits with unusual materials.


Earlier, he made a portrait of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam with keyboard buttons and used CD’s to assemble the image of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.



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