Sagar Avinash Yadav :
Yes, it does distract me sometimes. The idea of the street light polls to be covered with the tricolor lighting, is not really helping majorly in the city beautification. The wall paintings are undoubtedly very beautiful and attractive, and we get to see such great work from the artists in the city, but the lights are not a good idea. I feel a lot of electricity is consumed. This is definitely not good for the long run. The lights are extremely eye-catching.
Yash Narendra Bhagat :
The lights are very eye-catching and are distracting while driving. The overall city’s beautification is done very well and is worth appreciating. I do feel electricity is being consumed a lot in this. This is not very helpful and not contributing to the beautification. The normal street lights are more than sufficient.
I came back to the city just a while ago, and to me, it’s not distracting at all rather it was very new and refreshing. I feel it could have been great if it were a bit more ambient. It partially adds up to the city’s beautification. If reduced a little bit, I feel it could be more comfortable for the citizens.
Tejas Asre :
I feel the authorities should have focused more on the cleanliness and waste management of the city instead of focusing more on making it an aesthetic city. According to me, the city should have been first cleaned properly instead of beautifying it. The wall paintings are definitely beautiful. The lights do not affect me while driving.
Sudarshan Sharma :
It does not bother me while driving at all. The lights definitely make the city beautiful. And so do the wall paintings. The tricolor street poll lights make me feel patriotic and remind me how beautiful our country is. The lights actually provide a clear vision of the footpaths. The electricity consumption might be higher if they are not using solar.