A crop art tribute to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj has gone viral online.
The farm painting was made earlier this year on the occasion of Shivaji Jayanti with thousands of green plants.
Visible on Google Maps, it resurfaced on the Internet and captured everyone’s attention after a Twitter user shared a video online.
The unique tribute to the Maratha king is located in Maharashtra’s Latur district, in the village of Nilanga.
Created by artist Mangesh Nipanikar, the green artwork is spread over 2 square feet and was made using over 2,500 kilograms of seed, according to Business Insider.
Since being shared online, the artwork’s video has been viewed close to 90,000 times.
It has also been flooded with comments praising both the art and the artist.
If you want to see the farm art for yourself on, you can do so by typing the coordinates “4QP5+8Q Dapka, Maharashtra” on Google Maps and switching to satellite mode.
Although the tribute was made on the occasion of Shivaji Jayanti in February this year, it wasn’t until recently that the video went viral.
While many praised the “unparalleled” artwork, some were sceptical about its existence altogether.
This is definitely one of the most unique ways anyone has ever paid a tribute to Chhatrapati Shivaji.