Trains overcrowded with passengers in India

August 7, 2017 - Comment

India is the seventh largest country by geographical area and the second most populous country with 1.18 billion people. It is well-known for not only traditional dances but also cultural festivals. On July 24th, 2010 Hindus and Buddhists celebrated Guru Purnima Fair in Goverdhan town near Mathura so as to express their respect to Guru

India is the seventh largest country by geographical area and the second most populous country with 1.18 billion people. It is well-known for not only traditional dances but also cultural festivals. On July 24th, 2010 Hindus and Buddhists celebrated Guru Purnima Fair in Goverdhan town near Mathura so as to express their respect to Guru (Spiritual Guide). Surprisingly, hundreds of devotees tried to board on an overcrowded passenger train to take part in this festival. However, this is not the first time we have seen such astonishing images of the overcrowded train. Following photos which are familiar scenes in India may amuse observers.

 

The image of an overcrowded train was spotted in 1940

 

The train travels from India to Pakistan

 

Such images can be normally seen in the countryside like Biha

 

The picture of a crowded passenger train was taken in 1990

 

Even in Mumbai Commercial Center, we can witness the overcrowding on train

 

Is everyone on the running train?

 

The latest image of the train to Guru Purnima Fair in Goverdhan town

 

Passengers are sitting on dangerous spots

 

 

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