Hate Travelling In The Local Trains? Grab A Paintbrush And Make It Better

Shalvi posted on 03 August

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.


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.