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Feb 21, 2020
1:56PM

Madhya Pradesh: Kashi Mahakal Express departs from Indore

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The Kashi Mahakal Express, the third private train of IRCTC, departed from Indore in Madhya Pradesh today. 526 pilgrims have been boarded from Indore in this train. The train has a capacity of 770 passengers. This is the first private train from MP and it has started its journey from today itself.

The train is connecting the three Jyotirlinga - Mahakaleshwar, in Ujjain, Omkareshwar near Indore and Kashi Vishwanath in Varanasi. Indore MP Shankar Lalvani flagged off the train. The train will cover around 11 hundred km between Indore and Varanasi will reach Varanasi tomorrow. Yesterday, the train was launched from Varanasi and reached Indore today.

 

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