The renowned artist Elanchezhian has carved the images of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, US President Donald Trump and the Taj Mahal on a watermelon.
Before setting off for India on a two-day visit, Trump tweeted a morphed video clip of the Indian film 'Bahubali' on his Twitter handle with a message.
With a heavy deployment of police, paramilitary and special commandos, the city that proudly flaunts one of the wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal, doesn't look like what it ever looked before.
Whatever the reason, the 400-metre-long and seven-feet-high wall will prevent the US leader from getting a glimpse of a slum district that houses an estimated 800 families.
A local NGO and the state forest department have also been roped in to keep birds and bands of monkeys out of Air Force One's way on the runway at Ahmedabad airport.
"In the past 10 days, we have caught 45-odd monkeys," Raag Patel from the Nature Conservation Foundation said.