Here's How These NIFT Students Gave a Makeover tothe Chennai Central Railway Station

It's seriously cool.

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The muted walls and, frankly, uninteresting decor of Chennai Central railway station will no longer greet the passengers and the credit for this goes to the first year students of National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Taramani, Chennai. 

100 students from this college have given a vibrant makeover to the station and displayed their strong support for 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.'

 These wall paintings are simply stunning and depicts Tamil Nadu's beautiful art, culture, craft and landscapes.

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Here is how the station looks now 

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Here's a clip showing just how much fun they had!

The Station Manager thanked the volunteers for their work!

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