New Delhi. Indian Railways has given gifts to people traveling in the Ramayana Yatra Special Train. The passengers will be taken to other religious sites. In this case they will not have to pay any additional fees. The site was not included in the permanent process. A decision on the matter was made at a meeting held Wednesday with the Railway Board.
A special Ramayana Yatra train operated from Delhi on November 7 by the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation. The train will cover the site of Lord Ram’s life throughout the country for 17 days. The special Ramayana Yatra train will return to Delhi on November 23.
New religious sites have been added to Yatra
Some religious sites in the south have been added to the yatra. The decision was taken at a Railway Board meeting on Wednesday. According to IRCTC officials, Bhadrachalam in Telangana was included in the yatra. Falling in the province of Khammam, this temple is associated with the life of Lord Rama. There is a temple of Sita Ramachandra and Anjani Swami on the banks of the Godavari River. Pilgrims to the Ramayana Yatra will be given darshan at all these temples.
The place of worship was included on the 16th day of Yatra. The train will arrive in Khammam in the afternoon from Rameshwaram to Delhi on November 22nd. Having made boarding passes to see all the temples, the train will leave for Delhi at night and arrive in Delhi the next day.