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Sacred & Religious Varanasi in Bharat Gaurav Train – Punya Kshetra Yatra

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Varanasi is proud of its heritage, unique culture and devotion to the Lord Shiva who is believed to be its founder. The name of the city finds its connection with the Rivers Varuna and Assi joining to form Varanasi. Varanasi is bliss for every traveller who wishes to learn about Hindu religion along with the culture and traditions. Many of the great scriptures, epics and works of art and music are credited to this place. After breakfast Bharat Gaurav touriests were taken to the Vishwanath Temple and then stright to Sarnath after visiting the Vishwanath temple, where they had lunch before hotel check-in. Rajdeep Bhattacharjee, a well-known food and travel blogger from Kolkata, was present and was quite appreciative of the efforts made by the IRCTC representatives. Next day, the Bharat Gaurav Train will travel from Varanasi to Ayodhya, and Prayagraj before returning to Secunderabad.

The Bharat Gaurav Tourist Train’s “Punya Kshetra Yatra” has been launched by the Ministry of Indian Railways in an effort to promote religious travel. The train, which leaves from Secunderabad and is furnished with contemporary amenities, will travel through significant locations related to the life of Lord Shri Rama. The intended religious tour will be run on the Bharat Gaurav tourist train, which is equipped with all of today’s comforts. As part of the Bharat Gaurav Train programme, Indian Railways is giving rail tourism marketing a 33% discount. The “Punya Kshetra Yatra: Puri, Kasi, and Ayodhya” gives rail travellers the chance to visit a number of historical and religious sites all at once.

The Punya Kshetra Yatra package includes visits to several historical sites along the way. Highlights include the Lord Jagannath Temple in Puri, the Sun Temple in Konark, the Vishwanath Temple in Varanasi, and the evening aarti by the Sarayu River in Ayodhya, among others. The journey takes eight nights and nine days. The Bharat Gaurav train offers three types of accommodations: sleeper, 3rd AC, and 2nd AC. Inside each coach, there are infotainment systems as well as enhanced security features such as CCTV cameras. There’s also a contemporary pantry car where freshly prepared meals will be served onboard—the menu will feature a variety of pure vegetarian regional Indian cuisines in the form of preset meals.

The Bharat Gaurav Train – Punya Kshetra Yatra package includes the train journey, all meals (pure vegetarian only), bus excursions, hotel stays, tour guides, meals, and all other onboard services. The package does not include entry fees to local monuments. The ‘Punya Kshetra Yatra: Puri – Kasi – Ayodhya’ train journey allows rail passengers to visit several historical and pilgrimage sites in one trip. The cheapest Economy package is INR 15,300/- for single occupancy in a sleeper class and goes up to INR 31,510 for single occupancy in an AC 2 cabin. If you don’t want to pay the full amount up front, you can book these packages through EMIs.

The Bharat Gaurav Train – Punya Kshetra Yatra recently finished its sacred & religious Varanasi circuit. Seven hundred pilgrims embarked from Telangana’s Secunderabad and made their way to Varanasi. After Vishwanath Temple darshan the passengers are then driven to various hotels in Sarnath for one night of hotel lodging (which include buffet lunch, buffet dinner and buffet breakfast for next day). On the first day, following lunch, the pilgrims went to the Sarnath sightseeing at their leisure and paid respects to Lord Buddha, wishing for the blissfulness and prosperity.

India is one of the world’s major spiritual hubs and is home to numerous shrines and other places of worship that have attracted the attention of people all around the world. Many devotees travel to the holy towns every year in search of inner serenity. People can find their spiritual self in this location thanks to the calm surroundings and revered religious monuments. Contact IRCTC to book a seat on the recently launched Bharat Gaurav Train – Punya Kshetra Yatra if you’d like to visit these holy cities. Your trips around the nation will be as thrilling as the places you visit thanks to Indian Railways’ plans for tourist trains. They travel several circuits and are referred to as Bharat Gaurav trains. The train packages include your stay as well as off-board excursions, meals, and guided tours. These trains’ exteriors include well-known Indian monuments, sculptures, landmarks, and dancing styles that are a big source of national pride.

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