Rajasthan government to take 40,000 senior citizens to pilgrimage tour before the elections

Rajasthan government to take 40,000 senior citizens to pilgrimage tour before the elections

Senior citizens will not have to wait till September-October for the Yatra

 
relegious tour for senior citizens in rajasthan

The yatra will cover 13 pilgrimage sites including Sammed Shikhar

CM Ashok Gehlot will take 40,000 senior citizens to visit pilgrimage sites before the elections. Senior citizens will not have to wait till September-October for the Yatra. It is anticipated that the yatra will start from June 14-15, 2023. Last year the yatra was started in the month of October-November which lasted till December. At that time 20,000 senior citizens were taken for the pilgrimage tour. 

This time the number of lottery applications has been increased to 40,000. According to this data, 36,000 passengers will be able to travel by train, 4,000 passengers will be travelling through flight.
Maximum passengers will go from Jaipur:
Maximum 3,864 passengers will go from Jaipur. Of these, 386 passengers will travel through flights and 3478 by rail.  
A total of 2150 passengers will be travelling from Jodhpur. Least number of passengers are from Jaisalmer which are 384. 

The government will take you to these places:
This time some new places have also been added to the travel list. Rail journeys include Rameshwaram-Madurai, Jagannath puri-Tirupati, Dwarka Somnath,Vaishno Devi Mandir Amritsar, Prayagraj-Varanasi, Mathura-Vrindavan-Barsana, Sammedshikhar-Pawapuri-Baidyanath, Ujjain-Omkareshwar-Triambakeshwar Nashik, Gangasagar-Kolkata, Kamakhya-Guwahati.

Other pilgrimages including Haridwar-Rishikesh-Ayodhya, Bihar Sharif, Velankanni Church Tamil Nadu are included. This year, apart from Ayodhya, Sammed Shikhar, Vaidyanath Jyotirling Jharkhand and Trimbakeshwar Jyotirling Maharashtra have been added.

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