September 27, 2016 2:30:07 pm
To facilitate pilgrims planning to visit the Mukam Dham Mela in Rajasthan, the North-Western Railway is running a special train between Sirsa and Nokha on September 29.
According to Traffic Incharge of Railway, Ajay Gautam, the special train will depart from Sirsa in Haryana on September 29 at 8.45 AM to reach Nokha railway station in Rajasthan at 6.30 PM after covering the distance in about 10 hours.
Similarly, the same train will depart from Nokha at 9.45 AM on October 1 to reach Sirsa at 7.30 PM on the same day. The train will have stoppages at Ding, Bhattu, Adampur, Jakhod Khera, Hisar, Chirod, Siwani, Jhumpa, Sadalpur, Churu, Ratangarh, Bikaner and Nokha railway stations, he said today. Mukam Dham is a place of worship for the Bishnoi community.
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