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 Under the leadership of Deputy Chief Material Manager Nirmal K Bhandari, Sr Asst Manager PK Bhandari and artist Ashok Devangan created a 25 ft tall, 36 ft long and 10 ft wide replica of Mumbai’s Gateway of India at Wagon Repair Shop in Raipur, Chhattisgarh, a public sector undertaking responsible for the repair and maintenance of wagons on Indian Railways. It bears an aspect ratio of 1:4 with the original monument. The 60-tonne structure has used 7,000 metal pieces scrapped from wagon components during repair.