The world’s most costly extravagance train, Maharaja Express, will have another course that takes it through South India next storms, Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu said.
“There is the plentiful extension for tourism in Goa and (the) Konkan belt. I have asked (the) Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Limited (IRCTC) to present world’s most costly extravagance train Maharaja Express in southern India covering Goa, Maharashtra and Kerala,” he said.
Railroad Minister Suresh Prabhu established the framework stone for new rail route line crossing at Kharepatan in Maharashtra by means of video conferencing.
The clergyman said arrangements are to ensure that by one year from now, Maharaja Express, which has won a few grants for four back to back years as the world’s best extravagance train, ought to make trips in Goa amid the storm season. As per Prabhu, this will pull in rich travellers to Goa.
“The go by this train is exceptionally costly and consequently, will draw in the top of the line traveller and create income for the railroad and also (the) state,” he said, including the train will produce occupation.
The Minister further said the Konkan Railway Corporation will have 10 more railroad stations along the Goa, Konkan, Karnataka and Kerala course for which Rs. 150 crores will be allocated. “Konkan Railway is essential for the belt, as well as today it serves as imperative life saver to the general population of Goa, Konkan, and Kerala,”
Railroad Minister Suresh Prabhu said the train will draw in rich vacationers, and produce income
Maharaja Express will go on Konkan course royal residence on the wheel.
Passage: On Single Occupancy per individual – Rs. 4.5 Lakh
When you step onto Maharajas’ Express, you will have a hard time believing your eyes. The express, that resembles a train, all things considered, turns into an illustrious castle once you venture in. The train offers a scope of five schedules, which incorporate plans, for example, meeting the illustrious family at one of the biggest dinosaur fossil locales in Balasinor, investigating the sanctuaries of Khajuraho, feasting at an elephant polo match in Jaipur, appreciating a sundowner on the sand rises of Bikaner, and enjoying a champagne breakfast disregarding the Taj Mahal.
The train involves 14 visitor carriages with 43 lodges altogether. Bundles range from 4 days/3 evenings to 8 days/7 evenings and spread significant Indian urban communities like Mumbai, Delhi, Agra and Jaipur.