Aastha Special Trains: First train from Himachal to Ayodhya starts from today, see timing and fare here – News India Live

Ayodhya Aastha Special Trains: Union Minister Anurag Thakur on Monday flagged off the first train from Himachal Pradesh to Ayodhya. He inaugurated ‘Aastha Train’ from Andaura to Ayodhya Dham. On this occasion, Hamirpur MP Anurag Thakur expressed happiness over the start of the train carrying 1,074 devotees from Amb Andaura in Una district. “The dream of years has come true,” he said. Ram temple has been constructed. The first train from Devbhoomi Himachal Pradesh to Ayodhya Dham has left with a group of Ram devotees. State party president Rajeev Bindal was also present along with Anurag Thakur.

Anurag Thakur thanked PM Modi

Anurag Thakur wrote on his X post- Rammayi Himachal. Ram devotees are flocking from all over the world to see the grand and divine Ram temple built in Ayodhya after 500 years of sadhana and waiting. There is tremendous enthusiasm among the people for the darshan of Ram Lala, everyone is eager to go to Ayodhya Dham and see the child form of Lord Shri Ram with their own eyes. Today, I had the privilege of flagging off the Aastha special train filled with hundreds of Ram devotees from the Amb-Andaura railway station of my parliamentary constituency towards Ayodhya Dham, so that Ram devotees from Devbhoomi Himachal can also go to Ayodhya and have darshan of Ramlala. This is a historic occasion for Devbhoomi and I am deeply grateful to respected Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav ji for providing such a big facility to Himachal Pradesh on this auspicious day.

Know train timings and fares here

The ticket fare to travel by this train will be Rs 1500. It will take you 19 hours to reach Ayodhya by this train. The train will start its return journey from Ayodhya at 12.40 pm on February 6 and reach Amb railway station at 7 pm. Today, more than 900 workers and kar sevaks of 23 organizations including Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Karsevaks left for Ayodhya by Aastha special train from Indore to visit the Ram temple in Ayodhya. Indore railway station was completely painted saffron on Sunday night and echoed with Ram’s Jai Ghosh. Devotees were going from here to have darshan of Ramlala.

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