Similarly, the remaining five entrances have statues of various animals symbolizing bravery, valor and auspiciousness in Indian culture.
There is a statue of a horse at the southern gate. It is considered a symbol of power and speed. It is influenced by the Sun Temple of Odisha. Besides, it is also a symbol of quality governance.
There is a statue of Garuda at the eastern entrance. It is the vehicle of Vishnu and is considered a symbol of people’s expectations from governance. Apart from this, the reason for its being situated in the east direction is that this direction is related to the Sun which represents hope, victory and success.
There is a statue of Makar at the second gate. It is a mythological aquatic creature that combines body parts of various animals. It represents the Indian culture of unity in diversity.
Similarly, Shardul Gate is also there. It is an animal that is considered to be the most powerful and constantly evolving of all living creatures. It has been built by dedicating power to the people of the country.
There is a statue of a swan at the swan gate. It is considered a symbol of wisdom and self-knowledge. Hans’ specialty is that he chooses only abstract elements. The swan, which symbolizes the choice of good over a million evils, is depicted on the eastern gate. Makar, Hans and Shardul gates will be used for MPs and the public.