Image courtesy: BCCL
From Wednesday, 80 passengers will begin a pilgrimage to Sikh shrines across North India aboard the Deccan Odyssey luxury train.
Called 'A spiritual journey to the Guru's abode', the sold-out vacation aboard the luxury train, includes visits to the five Sikh 'Takhts' or temporal seats as well as trips to historical and tourist spots in Delhi, Amritsar, Jaipur, Agra and Patna, says an IANS report.
The luxury pilgrimage onboard the Deccan Odyssey, which costs between Rs 2,10,000 to Rs 4,50,000 per person, also includes performances by Raagis, Sikh hymn singers and traditional performances. One highlight is spending New Year's Day at the Golden Temple in Amritsar.
Calling the pilgrimage onboard on the Deccan Odyssey a 'once in a lifetime opportunity, Sajive Trehan, CEO of The Luxury Holidays said that the trip on the luxury train had a "mix of passengers from the US, Canada, Germany, France and a few from India also."
POST A COMMENT