- India proposed to develop a G20 park in New Delhi as part of its year-long presidency of the organization.
- The G20 park will showcase sculptures depicting national animals and birds of the G20 countries made with the Waste to wonder concept.
- The sculptures will be created on-site in a 20-day-long national camp mode from tomorrow and will run till the first of May.
- Each art piece will be made of scrap and other waste material sourced from the yards of New Delhi Municipal Council and other agencies.
- Artists from different Indian states are working on artwork projects to create sculptures including Indian peacock, American bison, Brazilian jaguar, red-crowned crane from China, Korean magpie, Australian emu, Canadian gray jay, Russian brown bear, and Mexican golden eagle.
- The artists will be assisted by a team of students from leading art colleges.
Question: What is the purpose of the G20 park proposed by India?
a. To showcase national animals and birds of the G20 countries
b. To promote waste management and recycling
c. To host a national camp for artists and students
d. To promote tourism in G20 countries.
Answer: a. To showcase national animals and birds of the G20 countries