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India Gate will honour Netaji

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A senior official reported that on Friday, a swarm of drones illuminated the night sky over the India Gate complex in honour of the recently inaugurated colossal statue of Netaji and to honour the life and legacy of liberation warrior Subhas Chandra Bose.
Around 8.35 p.m., the concert began, and it lasted for 10 minutes. Many people laid on the grass to enjoy it while others roamed around and sought to catch the scene on their mobile phone cameras.

The drones formed eight distinct formations as they took to the air in stages.

The drone show will depict the life and legacy of Netaji, a senior official from the Culture Ministry told PTI just before the performance started. “A total of 250 drones will be used, and the last formation will be of the new grand statue unveiled by the Prime Minister on Thursday,” the official said.

India Gate will honour Netaji’s contributions.

Around 8.35 p.m., the concert began, and it lasted for 10 minutes. Many people laid on the grass to enjoy it while others roamed around and sought to catch the scene on their mobile phone cameras.

Earlier, as night settled over Central Vista’s skyline, a group of engineers and technicians were hard at work connecting the drones in a grid that had been set up on a lawn next to the India Gate.

The source stated that the 1,000-drone spectacle at the Beating the Retreat celebration earlier this year, above the Vijay Chowk, was performed by the same team of inventors who also performed the Netaji drone show.

A “makeshift road” had to be constructed to convey the 28-foot-tall monument from a monolithic block of jet-black granite stone that was purchased from a quarry in Telangana to a roadway so that it could be transported to Delhi.

A team of sculptors spent 26,000 man hours of “intense artistic endeavour” to carve the grand statue of Bose, according to the Ministry of Culture.

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