Bengaluru's bottle artist celebrates birthday of new currency and mourns death of demonetised notes

07 November 2017, 09:37 PM

While Bjp is celebrating 8th November as Grand Success day and Congress is observing black day on 8th November, Bengaluru's bottle artist Basvaraj Gowda remembers 8th November in his own unique way. 

Being an artist, Basvaraj has put framed photo of demonetized Rs 1000 and Rs 500 notes in the 10-litre glass necked bottle with the message of mourning. But at the same time, Basvaraj has made another framed photo of new Rs 2000 and Rs 500 note and put in the glass necked bottle celebrating their birthday. Putting a framed Photo inside a glass necked bottle is not an easy job, it took Basvaraj 10 days. 

Basvaraj says he was not affected by demonetization and he doesn't know whether Govt's decision was right or wrong, so he is celebrating the birthday of new currency and mourning old currency.

Basvaraj is an electrician by profession but his hobby is bottle art and for last 8 years he has been doing this. He has made bottle framed photos of Team India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and International Personalities like Nelson Mandela.

First Published: Tuesday, November 07, 2017 08:34 PM

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