The flower show at Lalbagh is in full swing. Being the independence day week and add to it an additional holiday on Monday, crowds are thronging to catch a glimpse of one of the most popular events in Bengaluru. Well, if you are planning to visit in the upcoming days, do make sure you get to see the Dry Waste Sculpture installed near the Lalbagh West Gate by the Team Avane Srimannarayana.
1) An NGO name Saahas is striving to impart an important lesson to the visitors at the flower show with their initiatives. The NGO has gone ahead with methods to create awareness about waste segregation by manning the dust-bins and educating the public.
2) Saahas has also devised methods to reduce the generation of waste at the flower show. One of them is recommending steel plates to be used by the security personnel for their food.
3) Pushkar Films, the producers of the movie Avane Srimannarayana has joined hands with this NGO in helping the message reach out to more people.
4) Apart from helping in the deployment of additional volunteers to this initiative, Pushkar Films has installed a sculpture of a hand holding a gun along with the poster of the movie Avane Srimannarayana at the end of the barrel.
5) This sculpture is constructed entirely using the dry waste which was collected at Lalbagh in the past. Water Bottles and other such dry waste was used in installing this ‘catchy’ creation.
At a time when the climate in our world is taking a beating, Pushkar Films has done an excellent job with their sculpture to not only create awareness but also please the eyes of the onlookers.