About the Team
Our Specialized Lighting System Division is headed by Mr. D.K.Mathur, V.P of lighting projects. He brings in more than four decades of experience in specialized lighting projects and has headed the lighting projects division of M/s Mysore Lamps, who pioneered and revolutionized the light and sound show industry in the 1990s with introduction of computerized shows.
What is Light and Sound show?
Symbolein’s Light and Sound shows integrate historically significant monuments with special effects to creating a magical window into the past. India being a country with rich history that dates back thousands of years, Light & Sound shows are extremely popular with the Indian/International audience. The beauty and glory of these historical monuments are brought back to life with sound, light, multimedia, laser & special effects and the audience are taken on a journey back in time when incidents that made them historic actually occurred. From scripting to lighting, Symbolein’s expert team ensures the audience is enthralled and leaves the show with memories that last a lifetime.
Symbolein understands that monuments are not just tourist attractions, but culturally significant, aesthetic masterpieces that can be beautified and brought back to the grandeur they had in their heyday. Our Specialized Projects team with their lighting expertise can enliven any ancient monument, accentuating their features and provide a visual feast for the audience increasing their historic significance and popularity.
We only use energy-efficient, completely eco-friendly, RGB format LED lighting products for monumental lighting and ensure monuments are preserved. Our Team has done several Monumental Lighting shows in the past, click here for more info
Our Past Light and Sound Show Projects
- PuranaQuila, Delhi
- Agra Fort, Agra
Our Monument Lighting Projects
- Monumental Lighting projects
- MeeraMandir, Chittorgarh Fort
- Vadakkumnathan Temple, Thrissur
- St. Philomena’s Church, Mysore
- GolGumbaz, Bijapur
- Victory Tower, Chittorgarh Fort
- Secretariat Building, Trivandrum
- Ujjayantha Palace, Agartala
- Napiers Museum, Trivandrum
- Shore Temple, Mahabalipuram