Thursday, 27 October 2011

Formula 1 Indian Grand Prix Qutub Minar shaped trophy designed by Jaipur designers Amit and Akshat Pabuwal.

The trophy for 2011 Formula 1 Airtel Indian Grand Prix has been designed by Jaipur based trophy designers Mr. Amit and Akshat Pabuwal who have already registered their name with Guinness Book of the World Records and have almost 25 Years of experience in trophy making. They have successfully made trophies for many national and International events. The Formula 1 Indian GP trophy would be a Qutub Minar shaped trophy made of nickel, silver, gold and white metal, with brass engravings.

The hand-crafted prize weighs between 22 to 25 kilos. With beautiful and elaborate meenakari work adorning its base, the trophy stands 20-22 inches tall. "It took two-and-a-half months to come up with the final product. We submitted 50 designs, focusing on India's culture and heritage, as that was what the organisers had demanded," said Akshat, Amit's son


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