Villagers from a town in Maharashtra, Nilanga have created a fascinating, incredible crop art to pay tribute to the legendary king of Maratha empire Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. 

The netizens are overjoyed after seeing this Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj crop art on Google Maps. People of Nilanga, from district Latur, Maharashtra decided to pay tribute to Chhatrapati Shivaji with Crop art. The crop art created from as the name itself suggests – the crop, resembles the portrait of Great King Shivaji Maharaj. 

The story began with a Twitter user that goes by username – @Madan_Chikna tweeted the video of the satellite imagery of a farm from Nilanga, Maharashtra. 

However, that farm was no ordinary farm, and it turned into an artwork for Chhatrapati Shivaji on a Field. Our Twitter boy posted it with the caption – “This is an incredible Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj crop art from the Farmers of a small village in Nilanga, Latur, Maharashtra. (WA).

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Soon afterwards, this video went viral, and people are currently looking for this Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj crop art Google Maps. If you are excited to watch this fantastic crop art on Google Maps, all you have to do is search these coordinates on Google Maps – 4QP5+8Q Dapka, Maharashtra.

You can also spot it by simply typing in Maharaj Farm Painting. Another one step is you type Balaji Mandir, Nilanga and you’ll be shown the results – the satellite imagery of this beautiful crop art. 

Recently, crop arts have become a new way for artists to show their talents and breathtakingly convey their messages. Crop art is an art form that uses all organic components like seeds, crops to make images and marks that carry some message to the spectator.

The most famous case of crop art is England’s Crop Circles. Crop Circles were so surreal that people almost thought them to be a creation made by aliens. Crop art surely is going to be a new way to express our messages in the art form in the future. 

Now without wasting any time, switch to Google Maps and search these coordinates to see the art. Don’t forget to share this fantastic story with your friends and family as well.