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ART & CULTURE

ART & CULTURE

The Terminal at BLR Airport has an intriguing mix of art – installations, mosaics, oils, etc., – reflective of the culture of both India and Karnataka. When you are at BLR Airport, explore the diverse forms of artwork located across Terminal

Sustainable Re-Creation
Sustainable Re-Creation

The artwork aims to create awareness on recycling e-waste. The mural showcases the re-creation of this beautiful butterfly – from ordinary to extraordinary! 

Ashta Mangala
Ashta Mangala

This artwork that represents the South Indian cultural heritage combines two exemplary traditional art forms - Mysore Painting and Chola style bronze sculptures.

Lotus Sutra
Lotus Sutra
The Lotus is a symbol of growth, beauty, creation and cosmic renewal. 2,000 images of Gautam Buddha are superimposed on the flowers to show his unbound compassion for all.
 The Flight
The Flight

The installation in stainless steel and copper is the first-ever piece commissioned by BIAL. The artist drew inspiration from his association with Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), where he was a designer of aircraft components. 

Protecting the Heritage
Protecting the Heritage
The painting, spread across three walls, highlights a common man’s encounter with the cultural heritage of India, with a narrative on workers excavating pieces of art. 
Many Beats, One Dance
Many Beats, One Dance

This unique mural, depicting various mudras and dance movements is made of waste wooden mango crates.

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