Are you someone who loves to travel, whether alone or in a group? If so, Bharat Gaurav trains have many tours coming up that might interest you. Bharat Gaurav are theme-based circuit trains that let tourists explore India's historical spots, cultural heritage, and scenic destinations. Its tour packages include economy, comfort, and deluxe accommodations, meals, and stay-at transport at tourist spots.
Launched in 2021, the trains aim to promote domestic tourism in India. Some of the most prominent Bharat Gaurav tour trains are the 14-day, 15-night 'North East Discover,' 'Ramayan Yatra that covers places associated with Lord Rama's life, 'Ambedkar Circuit' that covers and the 'Bharat Gaurav Traveler Train' that covers locations up to Kanyakumari including Kochuveli in Kerala. Passengers have the flexibility to board the train from a station of their preference, on this train. These are some of the other upcoming Bharat Gaurav tourist packages.
Coaches as cultural showpieces
Each coach of the Bharat Gaurav train is vibrant, with its exterior painted to showcase the culture and heritage of India. The inclusion of pictures featuring important monuments, sculptures, and places adds to the allure of the coaches. The train has 600 to 700 seats, and onboard facilities are provided for passenger entertainment. CCTV cameras ensure security, and there is a pantry car for the preparation of food.
Karnataka Bharat Gaurav tourist train
The Karnataka Bharat Gaurav tourist train is a travel scheme launched by the Karnataka government in collaboration with the Indian Railways. This train takes passengers to places such as Kashi, Prayag, Ayodhya, and Gaya. The train exclusively consists of AC 3-tier coaches, accommodating around 700 passengers in 11 bogies. The exterior of the train features the famous temples and heritage sites of Karnataka. The Karnataka government has also announced a subsidy for pilgrims visiting the State.
The Bharat Gaurav tourist train’s Jain tour is a project of the Indian Railways organized in association with the Adani Group Parivar. It aims to take passengers to Jain pilgrim sites to acquaint them with the rich cultural and spiritual legacy of the religion. Throughout the 9-day-long tour, passengers will be provided with Jain food, making it a distinctive feature of the journey.