The history of Indian Railways is powered by the achievements of it’s female cadre alongside their male counterparts. On International Museum Day here is a list of the 1st Ladies of Railways who have contributed with their efforts to raise the bar of achievement and make way for others in their field.
We raise a toast to the 1st Ladies of Indian Railways as we celebrate #WomenInCulture a global movement to put the spotlight on the contributions of women in the field of culture and science!
NARI-RAIL a #womeninculture event was organized as part of MuseumWeek Celebrations on International Museum Day (18th May) at the National Rail Museum Delhi.
The event was executed jointly by Culture For Causes the global organizers of #MuseumWeek, #MuseumCultureMarketing a private initiative that explores #marketing & #audience #engagement efforts in #museums & #cultural #organizations globally with special focus on #Indian museums and #DelhiStreetArt which is an initiative to add #color, aesthetics & creativity to public spaces and to provide young artists an opportunity to showcase their talent.
The event brought together female artists to create a wall art piece that celebrated the role of women in Indian Railways.