Indian Railways will operate Bharat Gaurav Tourist Train for upcoming ‘Puri Gangasagar Bhavya Kashi Yatra’. This rail tour package will begin from Pune on April 28, 2023. The nine nights and 10 days tour will conclude on May 07, 2023 at Pune.
During the journey, the boarding and deboarding is available at a few selected railway stations. The tour will showcase important religious destinations of Puri, Kolkata, Gaya, Varanasi and Prayagraj.
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List of places to visit:-
The visitors will be able to see the famous temples and other pilgrimage places such as –
- Puri – Jangannath Temple, Konark Temple, and Lingraj Temple
- Gaya – Vishnu Pad Temple and Bodh Gaya
- Varanasi – Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Ganga Ghat
- Prayagraj – Triveni Sangam
- Kolkata – Kali Bari and Ganga Sagar
Seats in Bharat Gaurav Tourist train:-
A total of 750 passengers can travel in this train. The train has three categories of coaches – one 2ND AC coach, three 3rd AC coaches, and 7 Sleeper Class coaches. The national transporter has made the tour price attractive for the tourists for maximizing the occupancy of the train.
IRCTC Puri Gangasagar Bhavya Kashi Yatra inclusion:-
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The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) is offering an all-inclusive tour to encompass a comfortable journey in the exclusive LHB rake of Bharat Gaurav train. The rail tour package includes – on-board and off-board meals, road transfers and sightseeing in quality buses, accommodation arrangement as per itinerary, service of tour escorts, travel insurance, on-board security and housekeeping services.
About Bharat Gaurav Tourist train:-
The railways has introduced this train on the line of govt’s concepts of Dekho Apna Desh and Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat. These theme-based trains have been conceptualized to showcase the rich cultural and religious heritage of the country to the domestic tourists as well as to the international tourists.