Dakshin Bharat Aastha Yatra Train To Start From THIS Date; Check Details

Indian Railways have decided to run Bharat Darshan special train from 26th November, which will start from Rajgir and cover most of the famous tourist destinations including Tirupati, Rameshwaram, Madurai, Kanyakumari, Trivandrum/Kochuveli and end at Varanasi. The place Rajgir in Bihar is a very important pilgrimage site for people who follow Buddhism. The Dakshin Bharat Aastha Yatra, also known as the Aastha circuit, will start from 26th November and operate till 9th December for 13 nights and 14 days by the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC). The Bharat Darshan train's ticket is fixed at INR 13,230. The Dakshin Bharat Aastha Yatra ticket includes accommodation, meals and insurance cover as well for the passengers. You can board/deboard the Bharat Darshan train from the following places - Rajgir, Nalanda, Biharsharif, Bakhtiyarpur, Patna, Ara, Buxar and Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Junction in Uttar Pradesh. The main agenda of running a Dakshin Bharat Aastha Yatra train is to explore the beautiful historical and devotional places of South India. Apart from the Dakshin Bharat Aastha Yatra, IRCTC has also announced a 3 nights 4 days package to Vaishno Devi Temple at just Rs 5,975. Located at an altitude of around 5200 feet, the Vaishno Devi temple is considered one of the most sacred Hindu temples. The Indian Railways has announced many such special trains like a train to explore the beauty of northeastern states launched under the Dekho Apna Desh initiative. The special northeastern train will cover destinations including Guwahati, Kaziranga, Jognhart, Itanagar, Una Koti, Shillong, Cherapunji and Kohima. The journey will start from the Safdarjung Railway Station, New Delhi. Another special train that is scheduled to start on 7th November will be a 17-day long journey. The Shri Ramayana Yatra will start with Ayodhya as the first stop.  To know more about the Dakshin Bharat Aastha Yatra, visit: https://bit.ly/3DG5Yh3

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