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Rock Garden at Chandigarh

November 7, 2013 | By

A trip to Chandigarh will enlighten people on how creative minds can convert wastes into aesthetic creations. Nekchand’s Rock Garden has been developed out of broken tiles, glass bangles, building debris and the likes…..with all throw away things. One must visit the Rock Garden of Chandigarh where one can learn how to make best out of wastes, wastes having been put together with a creative twist and exhibited, enhancing the ambiance of the garden…….aptly named The Rock Garden.

A trip to Chandigarh will enlighten people on how creative minds can convert wastes into aesthetic creations. Nekchand’s Rock Garden has been developed out of broken tiles, glass bangles, building debris and the likes…..with all throw away  things.  One must visit the Rock Garden of Chandigarh where one can learn how to make best out of wastes, wastes having been put together with a creative twist and exhibited, enhancing the ambiance of the garden…….aptly named The Rock Garden.

 

 

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A freelancer consulting Social Development Specialist. Debasish works in large-scale infrastructure development projects in India and abroad as well. An Anthropologist turned Regional Planner Debasish is fond of several activities from writing travelogues to cooking, from sketching, painting, photography to dress designing, embroidering to choreographing. Whenever he feels, in the early mornings or dead of nights, he sits with doing something creative that is so close to his heart.
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