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First India-Nepal Bharat Gaurav tourist train was launched from Delhi during the Shri Ramayana Yatra

The first tour on the Ramayana Circuit will cost approximately Rs 62,370 per person for 18 days.

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New Delhi: From the Safdarjung railway station in New Delhi, the first Bharat Gaurav tourist train connecting locations connected to the Ramayana Circuit in India and Nepal was launched off on Tuesday. The train was flagged off by Union Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw and Minister of Tourism and Culture G. Kishan Reddy. The Bharat Gaurav train carrying 500 tourists from India will arrive at the Janakpur Dham railway station in Nepal on Thursday. This tourist train, the first to cross the international border between India and Nepal, is anticipated to boost tourism more comprehensively. Pilgrims will travel to holy locations connected with Lord Ram’s life aboard the 18-day Shri Ramayana Yatra special tourist train, operated by the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC). Around 600 passengers can be accommodated on the train’s 11 third-class AC coaches. The first tour on the Ramayana Circuit will cost approximately Rs 62,370 per person for 18 days.

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