. Agrawal said that Haryana’s Tableau will give the immortal message of Srimadbhagavad Gita to the entire world on this R-Day. In its entirety, the tableau shows Lord Krishna serving as charioteer of Arjuna and giving him the knowledge of Geeta. First glimpse of the tableau radiates an appeal of spirituality, art and history.
He further informed that the tractor section opens the dialogue where the spectators can see a larger than life statue of Lord Krishna in his ‘Virat Swaroop’, as he displayed before Arjuna. In the displayed statue of Virat Sawroop, there are 9 heads of Shri Vishnu namely Agni, Narsimah, Ganesh, Shiv, Vishnu, Brahma, Ashwini Kumar, Hanuman and Parshuram from left to right in sequence. Divya Sarp are covering their heads. They are carrying Sword, Trishul, Lotus, Sudershan chakr in right hand and Shankh, Barcha, Dhanush, Naag, Gada in left hand. Created on a circular platform, the entire bottom section is created in an intricate design.
The dialogue continues at the back in the trailer section, where a grand chariot with four horses running through (the Kurukshetra battlefield) has been created. The chariot, horses and all elements are created with intricate details. The statues aboard the chariot of Arjuna and Krishna are created in colour whereas rest of the trailer section is created in a single earthly shade. Every single detail right from horses, to chariot and even the ground dust is clearly visible. The patterns on the sides of the trailer shows various scenes from the battles of Mahabharata war.