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This is a 6 feet tall "Chaar bhuja dhaari Vighnaharta" sculpture made purely from various automobile scrap parts. These parts are almost 10 to 15 mm in thickness which are bent & welded together and meticulously shaped to make it a complete metal sculpture. This Ganpati Idol has been made from over 900 kgs of Ford car parts like disk brakes, fenders, clutch plates, flat gears, shaft gears, spark plugs, connecting rods, automobile chains, crank shafts just to name a few. The Mooshak (Rat/ Undir Mama) is also made from gears, nuts, bolts and also with a piston block and a wrought iron tail :)
Metal Artist- Nishant Sudhakaran (Founder at Leo Enterprises)

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As the celebrations of the 10-day Ganesh Chaturthi kick-start, Mumbai-based sculptor Nishant Sudhakaran has come up with an eco-friendly Ganesha idol. Made for Ford Motors in association with Madhvi Pittie, co-founder at Workshop Q, the six-feet sculpture is made entirely from automobile scrap. A specialist in creating sculptures out of metal scrap, this is Nishant’s way of thanking the Lord for the birth of his daughter. The sculptor completed the idol in a record time of one month and owes it all to Ganapati, saying, “Ganpati Bappa removes all obstacles.”

Made from over 900 kg of Ford car parts like disk brakes, fenders, clutch plates, flat gears, shaft gears, spark plugs, connecting rods, automobile chains, crank shafts, the idol of Chaarbhuja Dhaari Vighnaharta’s mount mooshak (rat/undir mama) is also made from gears, nuts, bolts, piston block and has a wrought iron tail.

Installed at the Oberoi Mall (Goregaon, Mumbai), the sculpture is being appreciated by one and all.

“It is the new way to recycle and create something that will sit like a timeless creation,” he says.

Nishant has created master pieces that have found takers from esteemed clients, including Shapoorji Pallonji Pvt Ltd, Holiday Inn- Mumbai and House of Masaba.

His works include a three-headed lion-faced alien sculpture made of scrap machine parts, an 11-feet tall artistic metal tree sculpture (with leaves) that rotates on its own axis with the flow of the wind (displayed at the recent Kalaghoda Arts Festival), a six-feet tall metal tree for indoor decor, wrought iron metal chandeliers, creative lamps made from old metal water pipes, wall hanging guitar mural made of scrap metals, a 10-feet plant wall mural which has maple leaves and big sized metal butterflies and awards for a Malayalam film award ceremony.

Having finished creating the six-feet Ganpati, he now gets busy with a 11-feet tall kinetic wind sculpture.

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With a strong family belief in Lord Ganesha, this year ace sculptor Nishant Sudhakaran (Founder at Leo Enterprises) has surpassed all imaginative goals to create a six foot Ganesha idol with automobile scraps.A specialist in creating sculptors out of metal scrap, when a client approached Nishant to make one of LordGanesha, he couldn’t resist. He believes his new born baby girl is an answer to his prayers to Ganpati, he believed this came as an opportunity to express his love towards the higher power.Despite the short notice, a project that requires a commitment of nearly 60 – 70 days, he completed this magnificent piece within a month. Tirelessly working day and night with his team, he says “GanpatiBappa removes all obstacles.”The thick sized, heavy automobile parts had to be handpicked so that they could fit in like a jigsaw puzzle. The most difficult and challenging part was the process of hammering and bending the parts to give the desire shape of the body. Sourcing flat parts from various vendors added to the challenge of executing the work at the deadline, which however we managed to accomplish.A 6 feet tall "ChaarBhujaDhaariVighnaharta" sculpture, it is made purely from various automobile scrap parts. These parts are almost 10 to 15 mm in thickness which were bent & welded together and meticulously shaped to make it a complete metal sculpture. This Ganpati Idol has been made from over 900 KGs of Ford car parts like disk brakes, fenders, clutch plates, flat gears, shaft gears, spark plugs, connecting rods, automobile chains, crank shafts just to name a few. The Mooshak (Rat/ Undir Mama) is also made from gears, nuts, bolts and also with a piston block and a wrought iron tail. This project was executedfor Ford Motors in association with MadhviPittie (Co- Founder at WorkshopQ).

Installed at the Oberoi Mall (Goregaon, Mumbai) for three days this piece found the appreciation and fancy of one and all. During the festive season of Ganpati, this sculptor is the new way to recycle and create something that will sit like a timeless creation in your homes. Nishant is looking forward to customizing the same for clients across the world.

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With a strong family belief in Lord Ganesha, this year ace sculptor NishantSudhakaran (Founder at Leo Enterprises) has surpassed all imaginative goals to create a six foot Ganesha idol with automobile scraps.A specialist in creating sculptors out of metal scrap, when a client approached Nishant to make one of LordGanesha, he couldn’t resist. He believes his new born baby girl is an answer to his prayers to Ganpati, he believed this came as an opportunity to express his love towards the higher power.Despite the short notice, a project that requires a commitment of nearly 60 – 70 days, he completed this magnificent piece within a month. Tirelessly working day and night with his team, he says “GanpatiBappa removes all obstacles.”The thick sized, heavy automobile parts had to be handpicked so that they could fit in like a jigsaw puzzle. The most difficult and challenging part was the process of hammering and bending the parts to give the desire shape of the body. Sourcing flat parts from various vendors added to the challenge of executing the work at the deadline, which however we managed to accomplish.A 6 feet tall "ChaarBhujaDhaariVighnaharta" sculpture, it is made purely from various automobile scrap parts. These parts are almost 10 to 15 mm in thickness which were bent & welded together and meticulously shaped to make it a complete metal sculpture. This Ganpati Idol has been made from over 900 KGs of Ford car parts like disk brakes, fenders, clutch plates, flat gears, shaft gears, spark plugs, connecting rods, automobile chains, crank shafts just to name a few. The Mooshak (Rat/ Undir Mama) is also made from gears, nuts, bolts and also with a piston block and a wrought iron tail. This project was executedfor Ford Motors in association with MadhviPittie (Co- Founder at WorkshopQ).
Installed at the Oberoi Mall (Goregaon, Mumbai) for three days this piece found the appreciation and fancy of one and all. During the festive season of Ganpati, this sculptor is the new way to recycle and create something that will sit like a timeless creation in your homes. Nishant is looking forward to customizing the same for clients across the world.
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