On April 9, the holy city of Amritsar will be the starting point for yet another Bharat Gaurav Tourist train that will be operated by the Railways. This particular train will be the second one to originate from this location.
To facilitate the “Guru Kirpa Yatra,” the second Bharat Gaurav Tourist Train will be operating.
The Sachkhand Sri Hazur Sahib in Nanded and the Sri Harmandir Sahib in Patna are two of the renowned gurdwaras that the special tourist train will transport pilgrims to on their journeys. The sacred Sri Guru Nanak Jhira Sahib Gurdwara in Bidar (Karnataka) will also be part of the 5,100-km yatra.
Amritsar, Beas, Jalandhar Cantt, Ludhiana, New Morinda Jn, Chandigarh, Ambala, and Kurukshetra, as well as the Delhi Safdarjung station, will all serve as boarding points for passengers traveling on the train who are tourists.
Officials from the Railways have stated that the special tourist train, which will be equipped with AC-II, AC-III, and sleeper class coaches, would have the capacity to carry a total of 600 passengers. In addition to the provision of an infotainment system, CCTV surveillance, and other similar amenities, the tourist train will have amenities such as a pantry car that serves vegetarian meals to passengers, as well as other amenities such as these.
According to Railways, the fare for sleeper class has been set at Rs 14,100, the fare for AC-III has been set at Rs 24,200, and the fare for AC-II has been set at Rs 32,300.
Passengers will be able to choose between air-conditioned and non-air-conditioned buses offered by the railways in order to go to gurdwaras while participating in the pilgrimage. In addition, all of the tourists will be provided with tour guides, travel insurance, and all of the necessary tour preparations.
Some trains will be rerouted and others will be restricted as a result of the traffic jam at Delhi, according to the administrators of the Northern Railway.