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Sep 05, 2018
12:58AM

UP: Piyush Goyal, along with CM Yogi launches official website of Kumbh Mela

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In Uttar Pradesh, Rail Minister Piyush Goyal along with Chief Minister of State Yogi Adityanath launched the official website of Kumbh Mela, 2019 in Lucknow. They also launched a social media App related to the Mela.

The website and App will help pilgrims and tourists to attend the Kumbh which will be held on the banks of Sangam in January next year.

AIR correspondent reports, the website www.kumbh.gov.in provides detail about location, trains, accessibility, weather and accommodations which will be a great help for pilgrims.

The Rail Minister asked officials to give a unique name to the special trains which will run on major Snaan days during Kumbh Mela and collect details of trains which would run from various states to Allahabad. He also directed official to use 100 racks of different trains for promotion of Brand Kumbh. 

 

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