Mangaluru, Aug 24, 2017: In view of Ganesh Chathurti festival, three art students of the Manipal-based Thrivarna Art Centre carved a sand sculpture of Lord Ganesh on the Malpe beach here on Wednesday. The three students, Prasad, Satish Kulal and Sandesh, created the sand sculpture under the guidance of their art teacher, Harish Saaga. It took them five hours to create the sand sculpture.
They began their work at around 11 a.m. and was completed by 4 p.m.
Below the sculpture of Lord Ganesha, they wrote the words “No Pollution” giving the message to the people to have an eco-friendly Ganesh Chathurthi festival.