Little India is one of the paradises for street art lovers. This is why you must visit Little India If you look for street art in Singapore. Over time I have witnessed many street arts of Little India and I was lost when I started posting those in blog posts. Because there are many murals and street art from this beautiful town of Singapore that makes a lengthy blog post. Therefore, I thought I will post that one by one until I prepare a round-up of Little India street art in one blog post. Today I will feature ‘Festival’ By Izzad Radzali Shah.
Through this mural, Izzad Radzali Shah shares various poses of residents of Little India. This mural is a good indication of the culture and stories of the community around Little India. It also includes important characters of the Indian community such as cattle, elephants, and coconut trees making it a must-see street art to understand a bit of culture in and around Little India.
Location : 1 Hindoo Road, Singapore 209105 (Alley on the side of Veera’s Curry Restaurant)
Check these Tekka Centre Murals too.
Did you enjoy these murals? Please share your thoughts in a comment.
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What a cool mural! I love how murals often capture some element of the local culture, and I also love how there’s so much richness in the details. Thanks for sharing!
Interesting, fun style!
A very long mural and lots of discover in it. Thanks for participating in Monday Murals Amila.
beautiful…. great artist
This is a very lively and cheerful mural with interesting portraits, dear Amila.
ALL THE BEST! Traude
Festival is a darling mural, Amila. It is colorful and full of life and energy. So glad you shared t.
That is a really neat mural
I like those, they show India’s people and it’s culture.
Love such murals