The Char Dham Yatra was canceled due to the second wave of Corona virus. However, great news is coming for the tourists. According to the news, Indian Railways is soon going to start a special train service for the convenience of tourists. During this journey, the train will go to Badrinath, Jagannath Puri, Rameshwaram and Dwarkadhish. This will benefit crores of tourists. In this, devotees will be able to travel to Char Dham with pleasure. This service is being done after the success of Shri Ramayana Yatra. This special train journey has been named “Dekho Apna Desh”. Come, let’s know everything about it-
The government is doing all-round development to woo tourists. The main objective of this service is to promote tourism. This will increase the number of tourists. The Char Dham Rail Yatra is going to last for 16 days. It is going to start from 16 September. Tourists can catch a train from Safdarjung Railway Station in New Delhi. During this journey, the train will travel to Badrinath, Golden Beach Puri, Konark Temple, Chandrabhanga Beach, Rameswaram and Dwarkadhish.
Along with this, devotees can also visit Shivrajpur Beach, Dhanushkodi, Nageshwar Jyotirlinga. For the convenience of the tourists, catering facility will also be available in the cruise. Only 120 tourists will be able to visit Char Dham in one trip. However, this train has a travel capacity of 156 tourists. The fare of a tourist has been fixed at 78585 thousand Indian rupees. Catering and medical facilities will be provided in this fare.
During this journey, gloves, masks and sanitizers will also be provided by the Indian Railways for the safety of the tourists. Earlier last year, on the occasion of Diwali, ‘Ramayana Cruise Service’ was started in the Saryu river of Ayodhya.
During this journey, a biopic film of Maryada Purshottam based on the Ramcharitmanas of Goswami Tulsidas is shown. In this, the story of Lord Rama from his birth to his coronation is shown. At the same time, after the conclusion of the yatra, aarti is organized, in which all tourists can participate.