Commuters using the metro train in Chennai were welcomed with a beautiful sight as the trains were decked with elaborate decorations on Tuesday (30 October). Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL) has taken the initiative to decorate the stylish trains to welcome the festival season, Times Of India reported .
Fifteen trains with four coaches each have been decorated with stickers of colour and rangoli and images of diyas (lamps) on the walls and the floor in the light of the much anticipated Diwali festival. The trains are operated on two corridors- from Central Metro to St Thomas Mount and AG-DMS to Airport.
Metro officials have said that the initiative to decorate the trains was taken to go along with the festival mood. “We have used a high-quality 3M sticker, usually used for advertising purposes. Read More
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