An artist from Maharashtra’s Thane has made the world’s largest 30-40 toes lengthy mosaic portrait of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj to mark his Jayanti, which is on February 19. This magnificent portrait is open for viewing for the following two days, i.e on February 19 and 20.
In Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Maidan at Jambhli Naka, Thane, 10 youths have labored tirelessly for 2 days to make this portrait of Shivaji Maharaj. This magnificent portrait has been made by the members Sakal Maratha Sanstha.
Chetan Raut has used 50,000 earthen lamps and 48 hours of work to make this portrait. It has inexperienced, black, blue, purple, white and yellow lights. Chetan desires to unfold Shivaji’s ideas to individuals. The Jayanti marks the beginning anniversary of Maratha king Shivaji. Shivaji Maharaj stood up in opposition to Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. The king is called one of the bravest rulers of India.
The administration has requested the residents and worshippers of Maharaj to have a look of the portrait from 20 toes away. Moreover, the organizers have additionally appealed to put on masks and comply with the social distancing norms whereas getting into the premises.