I resumed the mural hunt after brunch.
The simple logo carries a powerful message. The central government initiated the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in 2014 with the objective of a Clean India by 2019 and who else but Gandhi can be its inspiration. Apart from Ahimsa and Satyagraha, Gandhi was also a crusader for cleanliness and effective sanitation. His teachings and principles are more relevant in these times.
Now, what is over there? There are birds everywhere. For a moment I thought I was seeing a poster of the classic Hitchcock movie The Birds.
DALeast is well-known in the graffiti world. The Lodhi Colony mural was inspired by his travels in India: There’s a chaos but inside it, there is an order. Those birds are the same as us, moving around all the time; if they stop they will crash… I’m one of the birds.
Leaving the birds I walked…
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Love it Resa.
I agree, Kelley! It’s so wonderful to see street art from all over the world. Hope all is well!
Thank you Resa
Such gorgeous wall art. Thanks for sharing this.
You’re welcome. I shot a few murals with my new evolving, haphazard vision today. Well, that was an interesting experience! 😉😜🙃🤓
I hope everything clears up right away!
Moi aussi! xx
Yay for the resumption of the hunt. Thank you for your efforts.
I’m also happy that Sidran continued the adventure!! Thank you, Lonely!
Beautiful street art. Colorful and political. Perfect.
It’s always a wonderful experience to see street art from around the world!
That’s so very true. This is wonderful.
I walked 2 hours today, and shot 2 murals & 2 street arts today with my messed up vision. Interesting experience. x
The lady with the halo of flowers is amazing artwork!
Agree! It is a very wonderful piece of art. ❤
I like the geometrics on the pants!
I like that too! There’s lots to like about the post, and I hope Sidran finds more street art in Delhi!
Those are super.
I agree, and love what Sidran finds in Delhi!
Thank you for the post. Thought of you several times in Paris. I went into several successful street art hunting ventures. I will post along the road. Already posted a few.
I’ll be over to check it out!
If you do go to Paris, remember the neighbourhood. Butte aux cailles.
Got it! TY!!!
Thank you for sharing, Resa! It is interesting to learn about the murals from around the world.
I agree, as the art gives us a place in time. x
What a vibrant post – I loved the tour and reflections.! Thank you for introducing me to an amazing blogger.
Sidran goes places we do not frequent, even as tourists.The last 2 trips’ posts are eye opening.
I am looking forward to following Sidran’s extraordinary blog!
Culture and future hopes exposed by the artists of Delhi, Resa. That was a fabulous post by Sidran… 🙂
Thank you to all for walking with me; your observations and comments made my day! Hoping to find more art for you, Resa.
Sidran, we are all thrilled to see Delhi street art, and welcome all you can send! x
Resa, we got an Indian-Canadian artist here. Fats Patrol. I am sure you know her. The other girl knows you 🙂 I had no time to ask her name, they both were heading for their lunch. I will get back as soon as I can and ask for the name. Our festival just started, but as we have a heritage week going on, I simply have no time for everything. Will try to get as many pictures of the artists as I can, but the finished works will hopefully wait for me another month or so 🙂 Excited, love Waterford Walls festival regardless of all their imperfections 🙂
EXCITED!!! I the other girl there… Shalak Attack?
This one 🙂 https://inesemjphotography.files.wordpress.com/2018/08/2018-08-23-ww-1-038.jpg
Her friend knows you via Instagram. I hope to see them Sunday.
Great indian style! 😉 Maybe an advice for our governments too? Better than flyers, indeed. Michael
Agree! Actually, our city government does have a program that supports the artists. It’s a wonderful thing!
I like the design with Gandhi, it’s really good!
Agree! I thinks it’s amazing!