Ministry of Railways has partnered with Google to bring the story of Indian Railways to Google Arts & Culture through a new online project called The Railways – Lifeline of a Nation. This was announced at an event at the National Rail Museum in New Delhi.
The goal of the project is to celebrate Indian Railways’ historic journey online at g.co/IndianRailways. He will introduce the architectural wonders of the Indian Railways and their charismatic personalities to highlight the deep connection between the railways in the country.
In addition, the Indian Railways and Google bring exhibitions to 22 stations in India, including New Delhi, Bangalore, Coimbatore, Guwahati, Howrah, Secunderabad and Varanasi.
With more than 100 online exhibits, more than 150 videos and more than 3,500 images, the collaborative online project provides a comprehensive exploration of the images, sounds and significance of Indian Railways.
It should be noted that Indian Railways, with more than 1.51,000 km of track, 7,000 stations, 1.3 million employees and 160 years of history, is one of the largest railway networks in the world. ,
In addition, the project will highlight the little-known stories and heroic efforts of people like station supplies, shopfitting engineers.
Amit Sood, director of the Google Cultural Institute, said, “Google’s mission is to preserve and revive artistic and cultural treasures from around the world.” The unique heritage, history and culture of Indian Railways This initiative addresses the emblematic moments, heritage and origins of the Indian Railways, which today form the backbone. German:. It is an honor to work with the Ministry of Railways and other institutions to bring India and the world closer to the rich heritage of Indian Railways. ”
The Indian Railways spokesman said: “Since its founding more than 150 years ago, the Indian Railways is an integral part of all Indian travelers, bringing together millions of people with unique cultural experiences, is truly unique and magical, and through our partnership with Google, we want them celebrating a historic journey, highlighting the change and preserving the size of the Indian Railways, so that the future generation will be pleased. “