A mural painted to commemorate Colombian Independence Day at this Delhi Metro station

A thematic mural painted on the wall of the Delhi Metro station constructing was inaugurated to mark the 212th Independence Day of Colombia. A symbolic illustration of “the widespread man and the working class around the globe”, the paintings was painted on the outside wall of the Vasant Vihar metro station on the Magenta Line by famend Colombian city artist Laura Ortiz Hernandez ‘Soma Difusa’.

The mural was inaugurated collectively by the Delhi Metro Rail Company in collaboration with the Colombian Embassy in India. DMRC Chief Vikas Kumar and Ambassador of Colombia to India Mariana Pacheco Montes and different senior officers have been current on the event.

DMRC mentioned in a press release that the occasion was organized to commemorate the continued 212th Independence Day celebrations in Colombia.

The Colombian ambassador mentioned within the assertion, “This can be a big day for us Colombians because it represents our id and the values ​​of Colombian tradition. We encourage the Delhi Metro to offer us with a platform for this noble trigger. Thanks.”

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DMRC chief Kumar mentioned Delhi Metro has at all times tried to beautify its stations by selling artwork, tradition and heritage. “The paintings at Vasant Vihar station is a symbolic illustration of the widespread man and the working class the world over, on which rests the well-being of our surroundings and human civilization,” the assertion mentioned.

With inputs from PTI