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IRCTC will run the third Rampath Yatra train from Sabarmati to Ayodhya on December 25;  Details here

The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) will run this year’s third Rampath Yatra train on December 25. The 640-seat train will depart from Sabarmati (Gujarat) and reach Ayodhya (Uttar Pradesh) the next day via Ratlam and Ujjain (Madhya Pradesh).

Krishna Kumar Singh, IRCTC Regional Director, at a press conference in Indore on Tuesday, said: “The fee for sleeping coaches will be Rs 7,560 via online booking, while the fee for sleeping coaches will be Rs 7,560 through online booking. AC seats will be Rs 12,600. Food and accommodation arrangements for devotees will be made by IRCTC. “

Seats can be reserved online and offline. In addition to the IRCTC, reservations can also be made at IRCTC divisional offices, regional offices and tourist animation centers.

Singh said worshipers would be taken to Prayagraj, Nandigram, Varanasi and Chitrakoot by road from December 27.

The officer said it was not mandatory for passengers to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to travel on this train, while adding that the necessary medical arrangements, including isolation services, had been taken.

The Rampath Yatra train was introduced earlier this year with the aim of promoting pilgrimage tourism. The third Rampath Yatra train, officials said, was introduced at the request of older people who wanted to visit religious places at an affordable price.

The first Rampath Yatra train left Indore (Madhya Pradesh) in February. Later, on November 27, the second Rampath Yatra train was reported to Ayodhya from Pune (Maharashtra). “This is the third train which will start from December 25 because we received a good response from the faithful in the previous two,” Singh added.


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