Train operated on Ramayana Circuit coming to Nepal, stay in Janakpur today

July 9, Janakpur. Indian Railways operating in Ramayana Circuit is coming to Janakpurdham today. The train named ‘Bharat Gaurav Tourist Train’ carrying Indian tourists will arrive at Janakpur station this afternoon.

He will be welcomed at Janakpur Railway Station, said Mahanti Ram Roshan Das, heir of Janaki Mandir.

Chief District Officer Surendra Poudel informed that special arrangements have been made in Janakpur for their safety. “It is said to arrive at Jayanagar at 11 o’clock. It is estimated that it will be about 1 o’clock when we reach Janakpur from there,” said Chief District Officer Poudel. “We have made necessary security arrangements.” According to Prajia Poudel, about 500 tourists will stay in Janakpur for one night.

The Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Forests of the Madhesh State Government has coordinated for the Indian tourists to visit Janakpur. They are preparing to participate in the daily Ganga Aarti at Janaki Temple, Dhanushadham and Janakpur.

The train carrying Indian tourists had departed from Safdarjung railway station in New Delhi on Tuesday evening. General Manager of Nepal Railway Company Niranjan Kumar Jha informed that the train was coming to Janakpur today via Nandigram, Ayodhya, India. The train will return to Delhi from Janakpurdham via Sitamarhi, Banaras, Prayagraj, Chitrakuta, Panchavati, Nasika, Hampi, Rameshwaram, Kanchipuram and Bhadrachalam.

All the 14 coaches of the train have pictures of Indian folk art, culture, traditions and heritage.

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