To commemorate India’s 76th year of independence, the Indian railways will run the Bharat Gaurav tourist train, which will visit locations significant to the country’s freedom struggle. According to a statement from the railways, the “Azadi Ki Amrit Yatra” would start at Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station on August 22 and travel to Ahmedabad, Kevadia, and Surat in Gujarat, Pune, Shirdi, and Nasik in Maharashtra, and Jhansi in Uttar Pradesh.
The tour’s first destination will be Ahmedabad, where Mahatma Gandhi lived and which served as a key hub for the liberation fight for eight nights and nine days. The tourists will also visit Sabarmati Ashram, Dandi Kutir and Akshardham temple.
The cutting-edge Deluxe AC tourist train boasts a tonne of incredible amenities, such as two fine dining restaurants, a modern kitchen, shower cubicles in the coaches, sensor-based bathroom facilities, foot massagers and a compact library. There are three different types of accommodations available on the fully air-conditioned train: AC I, AC II, and AC III.
The cost of the package is Rs 31,731 per person in the AC 3 Tier, Rs 57,015 in the AC 2 Tier, Rs 60,881 in the AC 1 (Cabin) category, and Rs 68,145 in the AC 1 (Coupe) category.