IRCTC to introduce Aastha Circuit Special Train from Saharsa to South India

IRCTC will take pilgrims of Kosi Region to South India in March. IRCTC Regional Manager Rajesh Kumar said that the Aastha Circuit Special Tourist Train will be run in March from Saharsa to South India.
The proposal for sending train operations has been approved from Delhi. Train operational date is likely to be announced this month. He said that Puri will be also included in the South India Yatra. Let us tell you that, Earlier IRCTC introduced Aastha Circuit Special Train from Saharsa to Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra.
IRCTC Aastha Circuit Train will run from Raxaul to Sangam Snan and Shirdi on 18 February. IRCTC will run Aastha Circuit Special Tourist Train on 18 February  from Raxaul to Sangam Snan, Shirdi and Jyotirlinga. IRCTC Senior Supervisor (Tourism) Sanjeev Kumar said that there will be a package of 11 nights and 12 days. The fare per passenger will be 11,340 rupees.
IRCTC to introduce Aastha Circuit Special Train from Saharsa to South India IRCTC to introduce Aastha Circuit Special Train from Saharsa to South India Reviewed by SHERE KHOJRAHA on January 07, 2020 Rating: 5

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