Indian Railways invented the “Dakshin Bharat Aastha Yatra” train from November 26th. Special trains depart from Rajgir and cover popular tourist destinations such as Thiruvananthapura, Rameshwaram, Madurai, Kanyakumari, Trivandrum / Kochuveli and Varanasi. Rajgir, Bihar, is an important pilgrimage site for Buddhists.
This Bharat Darshan special train, also known as the Earthta Circuit, will be operated by the Indian Railway Catering Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) for 13 nights and 14 days from November 26th to December 9th.
The price is fixed at 13,230 rupees. This price includes accommodation, meals and insurance. Dakshin Bharat Aastha Yatra trains can be boarded and disembarked from Rajgir, Nalanda, Biharsharif, Bakhtiyarpur, Patna, Ara, Buxar and Deen Dayal Upadhyaya junctions in Uttar Pradesh.
Those interested in this trip can book their tickets from the official IRCTC website https://www.irctctourism.com/pacakage_description?packageCode=EZBD58.
IRCTC also announced a 3-night 4-day package to the temple of Matavaishnodevi for only Rs 5,975. The Weishnodevi Temple is considered one of the most sacred Hindu temples and is dedicated to the Shakti goddess. The goddess is also known as Matarani and Weishnavi, and the temple is a manifestation of her existence.
The temple is 12 km from Katra and is about 5200 feet above sea level. The special train departs from New Delhi Railway Station at 20:40 and arrives at Jammu Station at 5:00 am.
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And if you want to explore the beauty of the northeastern states, join the IRCTC special train under the “Dekho ApnaDesh” initiative to assist you in exploring northeastern India. Departing on November 26, the train covers a journey across five states in the northeastern part of the country, taking passengers to unexplored, unimaginable, untouched areas of the state.
According to IRCTC officials, the train will cover destinations such as Guwahati, Kaziranga, Jogunhart, Itanagar, Unakoti, Shiron, Cherrapunjee and Kohima. The journey begins at Safdarjung Station in Delhi and arrives in cities such as Ghaziabad, Tundra, Kanpur, Lucknow, Varanasi and Patna.
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Another trip sponsored by the Indian Railways is the Shri Ramayana Yatra, which begins on November 7th and is a 17-day trip with Ayodhya as the first stop.
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A train from’Dakshin Bharat Aastha Yatra’ Rajgir, which runs an Indian railroad, to South India via Varanasi.Check details
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