What happens when 24 artists come together for a beautiful cause of making the streets of India look extraordinary with their art and colors? Pure magic! The St+Art India Foundation which is a non-profit organization takes up projects to make art accessible to the public with their paintbrushes, murals and installations infusing some much-needed character and life into the drab and dull walls. Also Read - Flyers Coming From COVID-Hit States to Undergo 7-day institutional Quarantine in Karnataka | LIVE Updates

Their current project in Delhi’s Lodhi Colony has completely transformed the look of the area and turned it into India’s very first public art district. You need to see it to believe just how mesmerizing it looks post its makeover. What used to be walls with chipped paint and paan stains are today covered in colorful graffiti and art with different themes such as the origin of the world, migratory birds, space and even Indian hand gestures. Also Read - Delhi Violence: SC Lawyer Files FIR For Immediate Arrest of Tahir Hussain; Death Toll Touches 42 | Highlights



According to one of the co-founders of St+Art India Arjun Bahl, art has the potential to create a positive impact on the city and its residents while making people conscious about the environment. Their project is also to create a sustainable approach towards the Swachh Bharat Mission. We bring to you some of their amazing artwork right from the streets of Delhi. Also Read - India Committed to Strategic Partnership With US, President Kovind to Donald Trump | Highlights

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Want to see their work firsthand? Head to the Lodhi Colony where you can find their art on display on walls opposite the Khanna and Merchandise Markets.

Photographs courtesy: Facebook