New Delhi: The giant steel sprouts languished for a long time in an unflattering site at the busy AIIMS crossing, their silvery presence only evoking cursory interest. Now, the public art installation may finally shine — literally. It has become the centre of a scintillating fountain that is sure to catch the eye of everyone in the vicinity, especially at night when the whole setup is brightly illuminated.
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