500 kg Ganesh sculpture made from spare parts

A 500 kg Ganesh sculpture has been made from recycled spare parts of cars.

The sculpture has been made by eco-product manufacturing company Workshop Q and a metal artist, Nishant Sudhakaran, in Mumbai.

The sculpture is 6.5-foot-tall and it took more than 60 days to complete it. Spare parts like disc brakes, chains, gears, and clutch plates have been used to make the sculpture.

The creation was unveiled by Saurabh Makhija, General Manager for Ford India. The aim of the design and use of spare parts is to highlight the importance of using genuine parts while servicing of cars.

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