Travel enthusiasts, you can now go on an 18-day Bharat Gaurav Tourist train journey covering the Ramayan Circuit from June 21 under the Swadesh Darshan scheme. Traversing places associated with Lord Rama, pilgrims can visit the Ram Janaki temple in Nepal, Shri Ram Janmabhumi temple and Hanuman temple at Ayodhya and many more. Read on for more deets. The cost of the package will be ₹ 62370/person and it will cover places like Ayodhya, Bhadrachalam, Chitrakoot, Hampi, Janakpur, Kanchipuram, Nandigram, Nashik, Prayagraj, Rameshwaram, Shringaverpur, Sitamarhi and Varanasi.
Visit Places Across India Associated With Lord Rama
The 18-day Bharat Gaurav Tourist Train will first take you to Nepal’s Janakpur and then Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh. After these two destinations, you will get to visit Buxar in Bihar where you can pay respects to the divine at the hermitage of Maharishi Vishwamitra and the Ramrekha Ghat. Next, visit Sita’s birthplace, Sitamarhi. After which, tourists can visit the oldest living city in the world- Varanasi. Some of the places you’ll visit in Kashi include, ‘Sita Samahit Sthal’, Prayag., Shringverpur and Chitrakoot.
Freshly Cooked Veg Meals, Clean Toilets & More
Bharat Gaurav Tourist train serves freshly cooked vegetarian meals to tourists. The train features CCTV cameras, clean toilets, an infotainment system, security guard services and more. The price range starts from ₹62,370 per person. It will be an all-inclusive 18-day package. Where you can get a 10 per cent discount for the first 100 bookings as special promotions. The entire Ramayana Circuit train will cover places of around 8000 km associated with Lord Rama from North to South India. And will return back to Delhi on its 18th day. To book the package, click here.