Rijin John (b May17, 1984) of Ernakulam, Kerala made a symbolic prayer bead chain of religious traditions like Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism, Buddhism and Baha’i faith into one single design with coconuts and coir ropes in 53 man days. The work is 54 ft long and is mounted on a 40 ft steel framework. Rijin John, who originally hails from Malakall, Kanhangad, sourced the materials for building this installation from his native place. To make the 54 ft chain called Holy Beads: the ORBIT, he used 90 smoke-dried coconuts and 400 m coir rope. Smoking and drying process took 30 days, drilling 5 days, civil work 18 days and total manpower used was 53 days. This art work was a part of the second edition of Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2014 (Dec 26, 2014 – March 31, 2015), under the theme Whorled Explorations. It was exhibited in Open Eyed Dreams (OED) Courtyard.