Monday, October 4, 2010

Delhi CWG 2010 - It was a wonderful opening ceremony :)

'The Tree of Knowledge' formation - Delhi CWG 2010

Highlighting the guru-shishya parampara, the tree of knowledge represented the six seasons and six traditional dance forms of India - Odissi, Mohiniyattam, Bharatnatyam, Kuchipudi, Kathak and Manipuri. We salute you Biraju maharaj ji, Raja & Radha Reddy who guided the dancers!!

'The Tree of Knowledge' Season change - Delhi CWG 2010

The six seasons of India namely - Vasant (Spring), Grishma (Summer), Varsha (Monsoon), Sharad (Autumn), Hemant (Pre-Winter), Shishir (Winter) were beautifully brought to life.This is the season change from Monsoon to Autumn. Do not miss the raindrop effects on the aerostat :)

Countdown & Aerostat release - Delhi CWG 2010

The Aerostat was the star of the ceremony, providing such a visual treat. The energy of the countdown is something one can't explain. You have to be there to feel it :)

Unveiling of the 'Mahatma Gandhi' hologram - Delhi CWG 2


Gautam Buddha & awakening of the Kundalini - Delhi CWG 2010

The Gautam Buddha image is lit with bulbs and the hologram of the rising Kundalini (corporeal energy) from Muldhara Chakra (base of spine) to Shasrara Chakra (top of head) depicts the enlightenment he received under the Bodhi tree of knowledge.

Standing ovation for the Indian contingent - Delhi CWG 2010

Am glad that so many of our sports persons will be getting to participate in this event. A chance they will cherish and try to make the best out of.


  1. there exists the eight colour...

  2. aye :)bloody uncanny...happens all the time with me that time wonder about a trillion dollars and then some.....we'll split it :D

    read a book or two from the guy who thought it up if you hven't yet done so. i must warn you though...there is no coming back to sanity.

  3. ....& India has already won 5 golds...yuhooooo! :D


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