The Dravidian university came forward to Shilpakala Academy and requested the sculptures to be sculpted by skilled sculptors and organized as a camp in their university. The camp was for fifteen days, and the Shilpakala academy sends its own recognized twenty sculptors to sculpt the statue with ten senior Sculptors and ten junior sculptors. The stones are being brought from Hegadedevana Kote Mysore that is 200 kilometers far from the university. The stones are called Medhukrishna Shele. Ancient people at Belur, Halebedu, and Mandya use these stones for carving great statues. This stone was used for minute carving and to get a proper shape of the sculpture. The sizes of the stones were around 6 to 9 feet. The work’s theme was about great Dravidian philosophers, Buddha, a modern art and Dravidian style bull; it was completely about Dravidian style and culture. This work could bring out the standards for the university in the form of sculptures, which can prolong for a very long duration.