A float carrying a scenario from Indian Mythology, such as Saint Eknath flying with Garuda to the haven, the death god Yama with his followers, the stories of Ramayana and Mahabharata etc. The huge puppets are not only of god or goddess, in these floats have each and every supporting character from the mythical stories of India. These floats are mythological representations, Included are those of Lord Krishna, many more god-goddesses and immortals.
The float in the procession not only carries the steady effigies but also mobile puppets which make the scenario impressive and reverberant. Sometimes these mobile puppets are connected internally with rods and wires which are also connected to the electric motor to create the movement.
These floats have very impressive and creative characters, sometimes the artist takes the privilege of modification in the certain characters in the scenario. The artist accepts such challenge to create innovative and creative characters to make the float and scenario look impressive and effective during the procession on Shigmotsav.