Picture Gallery: Ugly Indian making Bengaluru streets beautiful

By 15 Feb 2019

In this photo series, Lekshmy Harikumar, volunteer at Ugly Indian, shares glimpses from her recent contribution in beautifying the streets of Bengaluru through art.


Lekshmy Harikumar is a pharmacist by profession and works as a learning and development coordinator in TCS, Bengaluru.

As a part of her social activities, she teaches Carnatic vocal to students. Besides this, she also volunteers for painting events of the Ugly Indian and teaches spoken English to security, house-keeping staff in TCS.



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