The work documents the world of Indian robots and its milieu within the urban landscape showcasing the vibe and their cultural implementation. This robot culture approximately started in the early 70’s and after four decades enjoys an admired position in the spaces of the Indian popular culture. It is a unique experience to see deities and other mythological animals as moving figures with mechanical devises. Adapted from the many mythological stories, these robots in the various forms of God are primarily used for cultural strengthening. They are placed as installations in open and closed environments during the festivals in Mumbai and other cities. Obviously these automata have become old-fashioned attraction in today’s world but from a different perspective these kitschy looking robots still convey the dreams and desires of common people, which cannot be materialised in more contemporary media. Miracle Robots is a take on the multiplying robots and humans and their interactions.