Palace on Wheels offerings tours to Ayodhya, Kashi and Varanasi

by Vedika Soni
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Palace on Wheels: According to the latest developments, the famed luxury train, Palace on Wheels, is about to change its route after 42 years. According to rumors, this luxury train will now embark on a historic journey to the ancient city of Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh.

After earning the title of the world’s second most opulent train, Palace on Wheels organizers announced a shift in focus, including religious tours beginning in May. According to sources, the six-day spiritual trek will begin in Delhi and include stops at Ayodhya, Varanasi, Prayagraj, Mathura, and Vrindavan.

Officials from the Palace on Wheels stated that on ordinary travels, the train typically supplied non-vegetarian cuisine and alcoholic beverages to both foreign and domestic tourists. They noted that for religious excursions, non-vegetarian items will be removed off the menu, and dishes will be free of onions and garlic.

The religious tours will be organized twice a month, allowing flexibility for local tourists who may choose specific places such as Ayodhya or Prayagraj, with special prices available for such customized visits.

The Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation (RTDC) has outsourced management of Palace on Wheels to Cube Construction Company Pvt Ltd, a Gujarat-based private company, for the next seven years. The private operator will launch religious trip services in May, with a six-day itinerary beginning in Delhi and visiting Ayodhya, Varanasi, Prayagraj, Mathura, and Vrindavan.

Pradeep Bohra, Director of Palace on Wheels, said that the usual non-vegetarian meals and alcoholic beverages given on routine journeys would be avoided on religious tours. The meal for these spiritual travels will also be free of onion and garlic, and passengers will be treated to religious tunes that resonate with the spirit of Ram and Krishna throughout the expedition.

Pradeep Bora, director of Palace on Wheels, affirmed that conventional non-vegetarian meals and alcoholic beverages will not be given on religious trips. Onions and garlic will also be removed from the menu on these spiritual travels, and passengers will be treated to devotional tunes that embody the spirit of Rama and Krishna throughout the expedition.

Previously, the “Palace on Wheels” operated for eight months of the year, but under new leadership, it plans to expand its activities year-round. The religious tours, which are initially scheduled for two months, are designed to attract local travelers by offering customized itineraries and discounts on specific places.


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