Expressing Patriotic Fervour through Innovative Map

Dr Darla Nageswara Rao (born on 12th January 1959) from Andhra Pradesh, India has produced a map of India using the word “INDIA” repeated in various colours all over the sheet. He started work on 15th August 2010 on the occasion of Independence Day and finished on Republic Day on 26th January 2011. He wrote the name of the country a total of 36,628 times on a 65x90 centimetre drawing sheet using six-point sized lettering. The map contains 356 rows, with the word reproduced 103 times in each row. He used gel inks and watercolours of four different hues namely red, blue, black and green to mark the boundaries of various states and borders in tri-colour. It took a total of 320 hours to create the map.

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