Ten-Second Takeaway

An initiative that aims to beautify the city’s western and central railway stations, Hamara Station Hamari Shaan promises to make our daily commute beautiful – and we get to be part of it.

How Does It Work?


A joint effort by Mumbai First and Making A Difference {MAD}, Hamara Station Hamari Shaan {HSHS} is a campaign that plans to beautify 36 railways stations across Mumbai  in the first week of October.

Painters will work on the station premises which include the staircases, foot over bridges {FOB}, booking windows {and adjoining areas}, entrances, signages and the platforms in entirety. The entrances and FOBs will be painted based on themes that describe the gerograohy and surroundings of each station.

How Can I Join?


Register here for free. The material for the artwork will be provided by the good folks at HSHS.

For students of art, architecture and design, there will also be a competition wherein you can pitch your design ideas. The last date to submit your entries for the same is August 19. Click here to take part.

#LBBTip: You don’t need to be a professional artist to participate. Just join in the fun and make Mumbai better for everyone.

For more details, check out their website here.

Photos courtesy: Hamara Station Hamari Shaan