Google and the Ministry of Railways on Friday launched a project to preserve the culture and heritage of the Indian Railways on the Google art and culture app. The project “The Railways — Lifeline of a Nation” was unveiled at an event hosted at the National Rail Museum in New Delhi. The online platform brings together a collection of digital storytelling with more than 3,000 images, 150 videos and 150 iconic locations across India.
The project will offer insights regarding the lesser known stories and heroic efforts of people like track men, station charges and workshop engineers, to celebrate their contribution to India’s Railways.
“The extraordinary heritage, history, and culture of Indian Railways are truly fascinating, and a treat for both the young and the old. Read More
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