IRCTC Bharat Gaurav Tourist Trains – A New Paradigm In Nepal-India Rail Tourism
७ असार २०७९, मंगलवार २०:२६
The inaugural Bharat Gaurav Tourist Train connecting destinations associated with Ramayana Circuit in India and Nepal was flagged off today from Delhi Railway Station jointly by the Hon’ble Minister of Railways and Hon’ble Minister of Tourism. The train carrying 500 Indian tourists on board will arrive at Janakpur Dham station on 23 June 2022.
IRCTC Bharat Gaurav Tourist Train will be the first of its kind to cross international borders and promote tourism in a more holistic manner. The train operating on the Ramayana Circuit will also cover the religious destination of Janakpur (Nepal) for the first time in addition to other popular destinations such as Ayodhya, Nandigram, Sitamarhui, Varanasi, Prayagraj, Chitrakoot, Panchvati (Nasik), Hampi, Rameshwaram, and Bhadrachalam.
Every coach of the train has been designed as a kaleidoscope of “Pride of India– Bharat Gaurav” highlighting various facets of India such as monuments, dances, cuisines, attire, festivals, flora, and fauna, Yoga, folk art, and so on.
Promoting theme-based tourism and highlighting the various UNESCO World Heritage sites, as well as modern architectural marvels of India, the exterior of a number of coaches, are wrapped with images of structures dating from the Buddhist era, Mughal era, and modern structures like the Statue of Unity at Kewadia, Gujarat, and the National War Memorial at New Delhi. Two coaches on the IRCTC Bharat Gaurav Tourist train are exclusively dedicated to Yoga, which in recent years has been popularized throughout the world.
The train has 14 coaches and the exteriors of some of the coaches also promote the various classical and folk dance forms, attires, popular festivals, and delicacies of the country.
More detail about the train and booking is available at https://www.irctctourism.com The train is expected to boost tourism in India and Nepal further.
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