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IRCTC's 'South India Temple Tour' to start from Jan 2 with COVID precautions

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IRCTC's 'South India Temple Tour' to start from Jan 2 with COVID precautions

IRCTC's 'South India Temple Tour' to start from Jan 2 with COVID precautions

Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) is operating "South India Temple Tour" Bharat Darshan Yatra for 7 nights/8 days, keeping all COVID-19 precautions during journey.

South India Temple Tour will start from January 02, 2021 from Bhubaneswar station covering Rameswaram, Madurai and Tirupati.

The package will be of 7 nights/8 days.


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