IRCTC’s ‘Bharat Gaurav’ prepare to conceal destinations related with Lord Ram in Nepal
Reported By: | Edited By: Aayushi |Source: PTI |Updated: Jun 08, 2022, 11: 42 PM IST
The Nepal authorities on Wednesday gave the inexperienced light to the IRCTC‘s ‘Bharat Gaurav’ prepare to characteristic there, paving the methodology for the first tourist prepare from India to harmful the arena border into the neighbouring country. The prepare will conceal destinations related with Lord Ram in Nepal — Dhanusha Pahar, Baawan Bigha Kshetra, Ma Janki Janmasthali Mandir and Shri Ram Vivah Sthal.
“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Authorities of Nepal…Has the glory to bring the concurrence of the company concerned of the Authorities of Nepal for the launch and operation of ‘Bharat Gaurav’ tourist prepare, as a onetime notify on 23 June 2022, from India to Nepal covering the favorite pilgrimage destinations related with the lifetime of Lord Shri Ram. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Authorities of Nepal, avails itself of this likelihood to renew to the Embassy of India in Kathmandu the assurances of its top in all probability consideration,” the Nepal authorities said in its letter.
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India’s first Bharat Gaurav tourist prepare on the Shri Ramayana Yatra Circuit will bolt away from Fresh Delhi on June 21. The prepare will conceal a distance of 8,000 km. The tour will conceal eight states — Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana — and 12 major cities — Ayodhya, Buxar, Janakpur, Sitamarhi, Kashi, Prayag, Chitrakoot, Nasik, Hampi, Rameshwaram, Kanchipuram and Bhadrachalam. The entire skill of the prepare will most seemingly be 600 passengers and the price will most seemingly be Rs 65,000 per person roughly. Sources display that 450 such bookings have already been made on www.Irctctourism.Com.
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