Jamshedpur: Owing to lackadaisical approach of the Railway authorities, the precious artworks of ‘Gurudev’ Rabindranath Tagore are fast disappearing one the other from the Sanskriti Express, which was launched to commemorate his 150th birth anniversary last year.

Caught in the awkward position, the entire Railway machinery has sprung into action to locate the missing artworks.
According to the Railway sources, a precious artwork went missing from the ‘Sesh Katha’ coach of the train after it reached Tatanagar from West Bengal on August 8.

Last year, in the similar event few artworks were found missing when Sanskriti Express arrived at Tatanagar.
Despite of keeping these artworks and other precious items in the plastic covers inside barricades, the Railway officials have failed to evade such robberies.

One of the Railways security official of the train said, “The precious items were at their place when it was in West Bengal, but as soon as the train reached Jharkhand they started disappearing.”

The memorable pictures of last days of ‘Gurudev’ are placed in last coach of the exhibition train. Moreover, many artworks made by him are also present in the train.

(JPN/Bureau)