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There is a ruckus on the outline of Ashoka Pillar, can the government make changes in it, know what the law says?

What’s the opinion of craftsman Sunil Deore?

Artist Sunil Deore, who designed the Ashoka Pillar on the roof of the brand new Parliament with 9,500 kg of copper, says that “it has been kept as much as the work inscribed on the Ashoka Pillar. It is 99 percent the same as the original work. There is a controversy due to the angle of view of the lions made in the replica.

According to media reports, Sunil Deore said that due to the large size of the replica, people’s attention is also getting towards the small things related to it. Although he acknowledged that there may be minor changes due to some damage to the original work, but we have prepared the replica as much as the original work.

According to reports, regarding the controversy over the pose of lions, Deore said that the photo which is viral on internet media is out of zoom. Due to the angle of taking the photo from below, a change in the posture of the lions is visible. He said, “Before preparing the replica, we went to the museum and researched it. We have only enlarged the size of the original piece by two and a half feet. When you do this all the details of the original work are clearly visible because of the spaciousness.”

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