Preparations are in full swing to decorate the new Parliament building that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to inaugurate on Sunday. He said that the political future of the country will not only be decided in the new Parliament House, but it will also witness thousands of years of history. Apart from the MPs, common citizens will also be made aware of the country’s culture and art. The special thing is that the building will have three entrances.
What will the view be like inside the Parliament House?
Officials said six gates and public roads have been decorated with art brought from different parts of the country. A glimpse of the animal worshiped across the country will also be seen. These include eagles, chikaras, horses, crocodiles, etc. The three galleries established here will travel along the historical and modern lines of India. It is said that there will also be two 75-foot tall bronze murals. A mural will depict India’s heritage and culture. Another mural depicts the story of Samudra Manthan.
There will be three special doors. It is said that three new doors have also been included in the new Parliament building. It has been given names like Gnanadwar, Shaktidwar and Karmadwar. The new Parliament building is also likely to be named after him. The government has recently renamed Rajpath as Duty Path. The building will also have granite statues of Mahatma Gandhi, Bhimrao Ambedkar, Sardar Patel and Chanakya.
An effort of 75 artists. 75 artists are engaged in decorating the new Parliament building with art. An official said that the art installed in Parliament will also have a glimpse of India’s spiritual image based on all religions.