With it being January, many places in northern India are blanketed under snow, making them feel like a winter paradise.
While there are surely problems that come with such heavy winters, especially to the common people, there are also ways that many organisations and people try to distract from all that with aesthetic images and videos.
For the past few days, Indian Railways’ official Twitter account has been sharing images and videos of snow-covered railway stations that certainly look as if they came out of a fantasy movie. One particular video, that of a train entering the Sadura Railway Station at Baramulla in Jammu and Kashmir being covered with snow is kind of going viral because of how beautiful it looks.
The breathtaking view of the snow clad train entering snow covered Sadura Railway Station at Baramulla – Banihal section. pic.twitter.com/4hrzLWFfD4
— Ministry of Railways (@RailMinIndia) January 11, 2022
Beyond this, the Indian Railways Twitter account has been on a sort of spree almost sharing clips and photos of different railway stations that are covered with snow and looking beautiful.
Other people also had been sharing beautiful images and videos of snow-covered Indian railway stations especially from the Kashmir region, or they got the inspiration after this post.
— Dr Jitendra Singh (@DrJitendraSingh) January 11, 2022
The strength of Indian Railways is the 24*7 commitment it carries to serve its passengers.
Qazigund Railway Station in Jammu and Kashmir is covered in heavy snow and yet continues to function like a normal day.
— Darshana Jardosh (@DarshanaJardosh) January 10, 2022
Banihal Railway station in Kashmir Valley
The Banihal Railway station in Kashmir Valley received heavy snow fall recently… pic.twitter.com/97XH0xKLm2
— Northern Railway (@RailwayNorthern) January 9, 2022
Srinagar Railway station
— Ministry of Railways (@RailMinIndia) January 10, 2022
Toy Train Kalka-Shimla Section
The 04543 Up Spl Passenger Toy Train coming out from Tunnel No. 91 near Taradevi Railway Station on extremely popular World Heritage Site, the Kalka-Shimla Hill Railway Section of Northern Railway. pic.twitter.com/J5meA4cYHd
— Northern Railway (@RailwayNorthern) January 10, 2022
Pattan Railway station
— Umar Sofi (@sofiumar122) January 6, 2022
Panzgom Railway Station
These are truly some winter paradises almost and can certainly make one feel as if they are entering some magical land.
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