By: Gaurav Bhatia | Updated : May 20, 2020 01:07:49As India and neighbouring countries continue to wrangle over the fate of the Mumbai airport, a new mural of flowers is being painted over the Mumbai International Airport’s main concourse, a development that will have a profound effect on India’s economy.

Aerial view of the runway at the airport, Mumbai, India.

(Photo: Bloomberg via Getty Images)The mural, by an artist named Chantal Goyal, has been painted over on the main concourses of both the airports.

The artist says the idea for the mural came about after a recent conversation between two of the airport’s owners.

“I told them I wanted to make a mural of the flower, which is a huge symbol of India,” Goyal told Bloomberg.

When the two owners were approached by the artist about creating a mural, the two of them agreed to help her.

She painted a flower wall mural on the runway in Mumbai, which has been installed by Mumbai International Airports Limited, which owns the airport.

Chantal and Chantale Goyal are from Bangalore, India, and have worked at the International Airport of Mumbai for three years.

They said they decided to create a mural because flowers symbolize a variety of things in India, from the country’s history to the modern day.

As of Wednesday, a total of 10,845,000 flowers had been flown into the country.

This is a significant change in the way the airport handles flowers.

India has more than 2.8 million people and 1.5 million flights every day.

The Indian government is planning to increase its number of flights by 20 million this year, from around 50 million this time last year.

In 2016, India added another 3,000 seats to its domestic flights.

Flowers symbolize India’s history as a nation, and also India’s development story.

More to come…