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makingGodsofIndia is now VedicFutura !




We hope this message finds you well! We are thrilled to share some exciting news! After careful consideration, we have decided to change the name from "MakingGodsofIndia" to "Vedic Futura." We wanted to take a moment to provide you with more information about this transition and the reasons behind it.

  • Inclusive Representation: While "MakingGodsofIndia" served us well for many years, we realized that the name might create a misconception about the content we offer. Our 3D models encompass a wide range of characters, including historical figures, saints, demons, asuras, and other fascinating personas from Hindu mythology. The new name, "Vedic Futura," reflects our commitment to inclusivity and highlights the broader spectrum of characters from Hindu mythology that we explore.

  • Expanding Geographical Focus: Although we initially incorporated "India" into our name, we have always celebrated the rich heritage and artistic traditions from various Asian countries. From India to Thailand to Japan, our collection of 3D sculptures spans a wide range of cultural influences. By transitioning to "Vedic Futura," we hope to better encompass the diverse Asian influences on Hindu sculpture and ensure that our name accurately represents the breadth of our content.

  • Embracing a Broader Purpose: While our passion for tinkering and making remains strong, we recognize that the term "maker" might limit the perception of our creative endeavors. "Making" is undoubtedly an integral part of our journey, but it does not solely define our purpose. With "Vedic Futura," we aspire to convey a more holistic approach to our work, emphasizing the exploration and celebration of ancient and modern Hindu sculpture, and preserve it for the future. This expanded scope allows us to engage in endeavors such as blogging, sculpting, scanning, painting, and more. We believe that by embracing these multifaceted practices, we can better fulfil our mission of bringing Hindu sculpture to the Future.

We want to express our heartfelt gratitude for our patrons on Patreon and MyMiniFactory for their unwavering support and loyalty throughout this transition. Your contributions have been instrumental in allowing us to create and share the content we are passionate about. Rest assured, your membership and all associated benefits will remain intact, and you can expect the same high-quality content and engagement as before. Over the next few days, you may notice changes in our branding and visual identity across our various platforms. We are excited to embark on this new chapter, and we hope you will find "Vedic Futura" to be an inviting and encompassing representation of our community and its endeavors. If you have any questions, thoughts, or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out to us directly. We value your feedback and are here to address any inquiries you may have. Thank you for being an integral part of our community. We look forward to continuing this incredible journey with you under the new name, "Vedic Futura"!

TL;DR: We are changing the name from "MakingGodsofIndia" to "Vedic Futura" on all platforms. The new name better reflects our inclusive content, which features a variety of characters from Hindu mythology and history. We want to emphasize our broader focus on Asian Hindu sculpture, not just limited to India, and our diverse activities like blogging, sculpting, scanning, and painting for conservation purposes. Your membership and benefits remain the same. Thank you for your support as we embark on this new chapter together!


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