Karnataka to Ayodhya Train: After the death of Lord Rama in Ayodhya, the number of passengers going to Ayodhya from Karnataka is increasing. Meanwhile, the Indian Railways Department will start running 11 special trains from Karnataka to Ayodhya from January 31.
Three special Asta trains will run from Bangalore South Western Railway Division, two each from Hubballi, Mysore, Mangalore Division, and one from Shimoga, Belgaum Division starting from January 31st and ending on March 31st.
A train to Ayodhya now!: Currently, there is a direct train running from the state to Ayodhya from Yashwantpur, Bengaluru of the South Western Railway. The train departs from Yeshwantpur station every Thursday at 11.40 pm and reaches Ayodhyagarh station at 4.24 pm on Saturday. And then the train will halt at Gorakhpur. Apart from this, no train passes through Ayodhyagarh.
Connectivity: Passengers traveling from Bangalore can connect to Ayodhyagarh by Lucknow and Badasha trains. Two trains each will ply on this route every Monday and Wednesday. Passengers get down at Lucknow and Badash railway station and travel 130 to 150 km. Ayodhya can be reached by train, bus, or other transport to Ayodhyagarh which is far away.
Increase in waiting list: Due to the increase in the number of passengers on special days and holidays including Ram Navami, the number of people booking seats in these trains has also increased over the last month. Currently, there are more than 1,000 tickets on the waiting list.
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