Indian Railways Beautification Drive: Ratlam, Ujjain and Indore Railway Stations Have Been Transformed With Beautiful Wall Paintings, View Pics
Indian railway beautification drive photos (Photo credits: Twitter)

The railway network in India is one of the most used ways of transportation. Holding the repute of being the fourth largest network in the world, it spreads across 121,407 kilometres. The maintenance of this network is thus of much importance and currently, a beautification drive is being undertaken in several parts of the country. To give an appealing face to the stations, some of them are painted while other stations have art murals being installed. Railways stations of Ujjain, Indore and Ratlam are being covered in the beautification drive. Pictures from these places are also shared online which show the lovely new face given to these stations. Secunderabad Railway Station Ranked Third Most Beautiful Station in India. 

Kalakund, Patalpani and Dr Ambedkar Nagar stations have been transformed into natural landscapes with the painting. As a part of the heritage project of Patalpani-Kalakund train, these station walls been painted with nature sceneries.

Check Pictures of Beautification Work at Kalakund and Ratlam Stations

The railway station of Ujjain depicts the cultural heritage of the place. Paintings from local art and culture adorn the walls of this station. Locals volunteered to paint these beautiful paintings on the station walls.

Check Pictures of Beautification of Ujjain Railway Station

Indore railway station has also been painted with historical scenes. These paintings are done so well around the windows and doors that the entire station looks like a part of an actual scene.

Check Pictures of Indore Railway Station's Beautification

Don't all the stations look beautiful? The ongoing beautification drive is surely transforming the face of railway stations, which will attract more and more tourists to visit. The railways had also organised an in-house beautification drive earlier this year to get more participants. Several stations have been decorated with related graffiti, wall art, murals and paintings.