IRCTC’s Shri Ramayana Yatra Train Commences From New Delhi; Check Details

Shri Ramayana Yatra Circuit (Image: IRCTC)

To promote religious tourism, the Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) announced to run a Deluxe AC Tourist Train named “Sri Ramayana Yatra”.

According to a press release from the IRCTC on Saturday, the first trip departing from Delhi’s Safdarjung Railway Station on November 7, will cover the visit to all of the major sites related to Lord Rama’s life.

According to the note, IRCTC has had an overwhelming response to this initiative, with the first tour being fully booked. Due to high demand, it is decided to repeat the trip on 12th December with the same pricing and duration.

The train will start from Sri Ganganagar with boarding and de-boarding points at Abohar- Malout, Bhatinda, Barnala, Patiala, Rajpura, Ambala Cantt, Kurukshethra, Karnal, Panipat, Delhi Cantt, Gurgaon, Rewari, Alwar, Jaipur, Agra Fort, Itawah and Kanpur.

The train’s first halt will be at Ayodhya, where tourists will see Shri Ram Janmbhumi and Hanuman temples, and the Bharat Mandir in Nandigram. The next destination will be Sitamarhi in Bihar, to see Sita Ji’s birthplace and the Ram-Janki Temple in Janakpur, both of which are accessible by road, according to the note.

According to the IRCTC notice, all necessary health precautions would be taken during the tour to ensure safe and healthy travel. Face masks, gloves, and sanitizer will be provided by IRCTC. COVID-19 complete vaccination is required for guests aged 18 and above to ensure safety measures.

Shri Ramayana Yatra Train: Cost

While the AC-II class configuration is priced at Rs 82,950 per person, the first AC would cost a whopping Rs 1,02,095. Both the classes together can accommodate 156 persons.

Besides Ramayana Yatra, the IRCTC has also planned Rampath Yatra Special Tourist train, which will depart on 27 November.

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