Sarbojanin Puja Samiti, an organising committee, has set up pandal (tent) in the park for Navratri festival.
A group of 30 homemakers beautified a stretch of road and walls of a public park by making colourful arts in Sector 137, Noida. It was done so aesthetically that the entire area is looking very nice.
Sarbojanin Puja Samiti, an organising committee, has set up pandal (tent) in the park for Navratri festival. They took the initiative to paint walls and street areas to enhance beauty of the venue.
A member of the committee informed that this is a theme-based floor painting, in which, homemakers created a sequence of Goddess Durga.
“Homemakers gathered at the selected venue on September 27 to bring their imagination on canvas,” he informed.
It took them over 15 hours to paint the selected stretch of road and walls. They culminated the street floor art session by early morning of September 28.
Abhisth Gupta, an active resident said that they took similar initiative as part of introducing Bengali floor arts in Delhi/NCR last year. “They did it in continuation of previous year's initiative for decoration of venue,” he informed.