The nation's first Sand Sculpture Museum making a course for Chamundi Hills, which was an activity of city-based craftsman M.N. Gowri, has another fascination. In an offer to imbue new components, Ms. Gowri utilized the accessible space in the exhibition to show life-estimate 3D craftsmanships that are turned out to be a hit among guests. While presenting new components was Ms. Gowri's, she disclosed to The Hindu that the 3D fine art was simply the formation of another Mysuru-based showed craftsman N.M. Chaluaj who has set up 17 distinct works in the space. "The claim to fame here is that the work of art gives off an impression of being three-dimensional just when a guest connects with it. In the picture of a heavenly attendant with wings spread out, the 3D affect ends up distinguishable just when the guest remains before it or else it will have all the earmarks of being level," clarified Ms. Gowri. Her sister M.N. Neelambika, likewise a craftsman, helped Mr. Chaluaj.