Beautiful pictures of Lord Ganesha mesmerize people
Pictures made of Artificial Intelligence (AI) are surprising us every day. In these pictures, we get to see things that we can not even imagine. This powerful technology is definitely changing the world around us and redefining our perception of reality. Artists around the world are using many AI tools to deliver unique and unimaginable results that instantly grab the internet's attention. Now, as Ganesh Chaturthi, the Hindu festival dedicated to Lord Ganesha, is being celebrated across the country, an artist has used an artificial intelligence programme to re-imagine Ganesh installations at 'Art Basil' – an international art fair held every year in Switzerland.
Artist Jayesh Sachdev has posted a series of AI-generated images of the Hindu god on Instagram. He captioned his post, "My Ganesh pratishthan is making a splash at 'Art Basil'." "It's that kind of place, that little place of longing, whether it's in something like romantic love, or whether it's in something like divine love. You know, the kind of discovery of something that you don't understand. It's a very empowering place to explore as an artist, because it's not necessarily sad."
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Needless to say, Sachdev's post made a lot of headlines on social media. The post, shared just 3 days ago, has already garnered over 145,000 likes and a lot of comments.
The artwork also caught the attention of Bollywood actor Riteish Deshmukh. She commented on the picture and wrote, "Unprecedented!!!!!"
One user wrote, "Brilliant performance by Vibrant Ganesha. It also has its expression through content taking new forms!!" said another, "It's incredible! I wish I could see this installation in person! You have really defeated yourself. Congratulations!"
The third user commented, "Adorable, Ganesha is a very sweet God and these colors look best on his personality." Wow."
Ganesh Chaturthi, also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi and Ganeshotsav, is celebrated with great enthusiasm across the country. Devotees celebrate this 10-day long festival by installing the idol of Lord Ganesha at their homes and public places. The festival ends when the idol is taken in a public procession and immersed in a river of the sea on the day of Anant Chaturdashi.