Special / Maharashtra village pays tribute to Shivaji using incredible crop art

India Today : Jun 20, 2019, 01:25 PM

People are turning to Google Maps to locate a crop art tribute to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and it is the most amazing thing you will witness today.

Created by the people from a village in Maharashtra, Nilanga in Latur district, the crop art resembles the portrait of Shivaji and internet cannot keep calm after seeing the picture.

The incredible crop art went viral after a Twitter user - @Madan_Chikna, posted a video of the satellite view of the farm.

He uploaded the video with the caption, "This is an incredible Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj crop art from the Farmers of small village in Nilanga, Latur, Maharashtra. (WA)."

One can find the exact location on the Google Maps by searching for the coordinates - 4QP5+8Q Dapka, Maharashtra or type Maharaj Farm Painting or Balaji Mandir, Nilangaand and the crop portrait will then be visible on satellite view.

After the video was posted online, many Twitter users took to Google Maps to see the art themselves and were blown away by the creativity.

According to reports, the beautiful art is made by using grass, which is spread across 2.5 lakh sq feet. Reportedly, artist Mangesh Nipanikar is the person behind this jaw-droppingly beautiful creative installation.

This is definitely one of the most unique ways anyone has ever paid a tribute to Chhatrapati Shivaji.