Amusement park chain Wonderla Holidays Ltd has achieved great success by partnering with Coirfed, a pioneer in coir and related products, to build the largest 15ft Mahabali installation at its Kochi park.
To bring this grand vision to life, Wonderla and Coirfed combined traditional and contemporary materials. Iron pipes and rods form a solid skeleton, while coir pads add a touch of realism and dynamism to the structure. The creative use of coir yarn and coir coiled rope adds intricate texture and enhances the overall visual appeal of the installation.
The installation was inaugurated by R Suresh, Vice President of Coirfed, Shahul Hameed, Co-Director of Tourism, and MA Ravikumar, Director of Wonderla Kochi Park, attended the inauguration ceremony.
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Wonderla is honored to be awarded Best Record of India for creating the tallest Mahabali installation. Manu Mohan PM – Sculpture Artist oversaw its construction, which took 14 days to craft with six artists. The project is expected to become an iconic landmark within the amusement park.
Arun K. Chittilappilly, Managing Director of Wonderla Holidays Ltd, said: “We are extremely proud to have partnered with Coirfed to achieve this world record. The 15-foot Mahabali installation is not only a symbol of our commitment to creating unparalleled experiences for A tribute to legacy. This project demonstrates the extraordinary synergy between art and engineering, and we are delighted to share this masterpiece with the world.”
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“Our traditional coir craftsmanship combined with Wonderla’s vision has been a huge achievement, showcasing the beauty of our heritage and the power of our partnership,” said R Suresh, Vice President, Coirfed.
Wonderla Holidays will also celebrate Onam with various activities at Kochi Park from 26th August to 3rd September. The 9-day celebration will include stage performances, Onam fun games, parades, Pulikkali, Payasamela, food festivals and more.