The recently renovated Sawai Madhopur is a true replication of Ranthambore’s diverse wildlife. Murals on the walls and ceilings have given life to the former station. Over 5,000 feet of the station’s walls are painted with the flora and fauna that the reserve hosts. Witness the images of tigers to darters, tree-pies, hyenas, bears, leopards and the Banyan tree. The living art museum of wildlife has created a vibrant junglescape. The artwork was one of the masterpieces by the Ranthambore School of Art led by two master painters, Gajanand Singh and Narayan Singh. The railway station has previously won the award as ‘First Heritage Railway Station’.