A drone view of the Bengaluru-Udupi railway line leaves the Internet mesmerized

The video has accumulated over 86,000 views and over 4,000 likes.

Norwegian diplomat Erik Solheim, who is once again awestruck by the mesmerizing beauty of ‘Incredible India’, recently shared a breathtaking drone video of the scenic route of the Udupi railway line. Solheim shared the clip on Twitter on Wednesday, and it has since racked up more than 86,000 views and more than 4,000 likes.

“Amazing India! Is there any greener railway route? Bangalore – Udupi railway line from Sakleshpur to Kukke Subramanya, Karnataka,” the diplomat captioned the post.

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The video, which was originally created by Instagram user and photographer Raj Mohan, captured the mesmerizing route of the Udupi railway line. It showed the train passing through lush green forests and mountains, giving the video an unreal feel.

The aerial view of the beautiful railway line left netizens in awe. “Nature and harmony are so underrated. Beautiful!” wrote a user. “Fantastic…beyond words,” said another.

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A third commented: “Simply spectacular… Stunning beauty.” A fourth added, “Western ghats people are also the most beautiful in India. From Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka to Kerala ghat people. The whole range of people are beautiful, you will see them dominating the film world too, Hindi.” , Kannada, Kerala, Marathi Movies”.

Meanwhile, this is not the first time that Solheim has been stunned by the beauty of “Incredible India”. Previously, the diplomat shared a video that showed Bangus Valley, located in the Kupwara district of Jammu and Kashmir. The short video showed a stream of clear water flowing through a hilly meadow as horses happily grazed among the lush green grass. “Amazing India! This heaven is located in Jammu and Kashmir, called Bangus Valley,” Solheim wrote in the caption.

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