Mumbai darshan at a glance; BMC adorns city walls with iconic tourist spots

Mumbai darshan at a glance; BMC adorns city walls with iconic tourist spots

Walls opposite Vividh Bharti Seva, Gorai Road and Borivali (W) were brought to life, with the paintings depicting Mumbai's art & culture.

Mumbai is known for its food, its language, it’s people and its unmatched art and culture. In a bid to beautify the city, some of the most popular walls in the city are set to depict Mumbai's iconic tourist spots and its inner Mumbai-ness in the most colourful way. From the iconic Gateway of India to the savvy sea link. It’s Mumbai darshan at a glance!

Mumbai darshan- the quick way!

Wall art is not an alien concept in Mumbai, with the former slowly becoming a backdrop for beautiful Instagram pictures, a way to find lost friends with ‘Kahan hai tu? Main Bachchan wale art ke neeche khada hun!’ to a feeling an emotion that most residents resonate with.

Under BMC’s latest initiative, walls opposite Vividh Bharti Seva, Gorai Road and Borivali (W) were brought to life. Adorned with beautiful pictures, the murals not just help in making the landscape attractive and colourful but also depicts some of Mumbai’s most-loved iconic tourist spots. From the shoe park to the quintessential CST, the walls depict the uniqueness of Mumbai by showcasing the murals that imbibe the dynamic effervescence of this glorious city.

Changing the landscape of aamchi Mumbai

Mumbai is already well-known for its graffiti walls especially near Bandra. To the extent that, there are special 'art walks' organised to showcase these paintings. Among the several murals that the city boasts of, the most prominent ones include Bandra's Chapel Road where murals of Amitabh Bachchan's iconic Deewar movie, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Rajesh Khanna, Dadasaheb Phalke and others are made.

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