Photo: Replica of a train coach and an idol of Maa Durga at the Nakatala Puja pandal in Kolkata.
of Kolkata (Durga puja) Durga Puja is world famous. During Durga Puja, people from all corners of the country worship in Kolkata.Kolkata Durga Puja) Come to see and if you also want to come to Kolkata during Durga Puja that is news of relief for you. Actually, on the occasion of Durga Puja, railways (Kolkata durga puja festival) will run two more trains. Let us tell you that Durga Puja has started with Mahalaya in entire Bengal including Kolkata on Wednesday. Many puja pandals have been built and they have also been inaugurated.
The new trains will run between Sealdah-New Jalpaiguri and Howrah-New Jalpaiguri. Booking date for Puja special trains will be notified shortly. You can come to Kolkata by boarding these trains and enjoy the worship in Kolkata. Let us tell you that during Durga Puja in West Bengal, although there are some restrictions regarding corona protocol, during this time worship can be enjoyed by following the rules of Corona Guidelines.
Two trains will start for Kolkata
According to the news, Sealdah-New Jalpaiguri special train will leave Sealdah at 23:55 hrs on every Thursday from 14 October to 25 November (7 trips) and will reach New Jalpaiguri at 10:10 hrs. Similarly, next day New Jalpaiguri – Sealdah special train will leave New Jalpaiguri at 12:50 hrs on every Friday from 15 October to 26 November (7 trips) and will reach Sealdah at 23:05 hrs the same day. Howrah – New Jalpaiguri Special train will leave Howrah at 23:55 hrs on every Wednesday from 13 October to 24 November (7 trips) and will reach New Jalpaiguri at 10:10 hrs. In contrast, New Jalpaiguri – Howrah special train will leave New Jalpaiguri at 12:50 hrs on every Thursday between 14 October to 25 November (7 trips) and reach Howrah at 23:05 on the next day.
Trains will pass through many cities
Trains will halt at Barddhaman, Rampurhat, Malda Town, Barsoi and Kishanganj stations in both the directions. The festive season will begin with Navratri starting in October and Durga Puja is celebrated at the same time. This will be followed by Dussehra on 15 October and Diwali on 4 November. Let us tell you that the festival season which started with Durga Puja will continue till Chhath Puja and during this time there is a large number of travelers coming to Kolkata and going from Kolkata. This can be news of relief for them.
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