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Ramayana Tourism, India, Delhi, NY 10065

14 Nov, 2018
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Ramayana Tourism 16th Nov-1st Dec, by train will go to places linked with the Hindu epic.


The Ajodhya to Colombo via Rameshwaram service will start from
November 14 from Delhi and take 16 days to cover the circuit. End on 1st December at Rameshwaram.


From Ajodhya to Colombo via Rameshwaram, by Bolbom.Com plans to
launch a special tourist train on the Ramayana circuit covering the
locations associated with the Hindu epic.


The service will start from November 14 from Delhi and take 16 days to cover the circuit. End on 1st December.


The train will seat 800; those interested in the Sri Lanka leg can opt to travel to Colombo from Chennai by flight.


An official of who asked not to be identified said his company is
expecting significant demand for the service. He added that the train
would be called Sri Ramayana Express and that the journey (within India)
would cost $ 1500 per person.


“There will be on-board train meals. There will be night stay and
wash and change in Hotel at the places of visit. We will also cover all
transfers and sightseeing and tour managers will travel along with the
passengers for necessary assistance,” the official said.


The train, which will start from Safdarjung station of Delhi, will
make its first stop in Ayodhya, which according to the epic is the
birthplace of the Hindu god Ram, Hanuman Garhi, Ramkot and the Kanak
Bhawan Temple.


The train will then move along the circuit, making stops at
Nandigram, Sitamarhi, Janakpur, Varanasi, Prayag, Shringaverpur,
Chitrakoot, Nasik, Hampi and Rameshwaram or at the nearest railway
stations. Railways will facilitate trips by road from the station to the
pilgrimage site.


Those wanting to go to Sri Lanka will be transferred to Chennai by
train and flown to Colombo. They will also travel to Ramboda, Nuwara
Elliya and Chilaw.

On Wednesday 14th Nov 2018 at 10:00 AM


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