From Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh, India, through Bangladesh to Assam, this cruise will travel 3,200 km, the world’s longest river journey. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch this journey on Friday, January 13. After that, a total of 51 days will be reached in Dibrugarh of Assam by visiting various rivers of West Bengal and Bangladesh.
At this time, there will be an opportunity to visit at least 50 historical and significant places of the two countries in this paradise. India has signed an agreement with the government of Bangladesh for the movement of these vessels along the protocol route.
t will cost 24 thousand 692 rupees per person for one day ticket; The total fare for 51 days of the itinerary is 12 lakh 59 thousand rupees. However, tourists will get a chance to visit this river in different packages. Ahead of the inauguration of Ganga Vilas, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted on Wednesday that it is a rare opportunity to connect our cultural roots and discover the diversity of India.
India’s Anandabazar newspaper wrote, “Ganga Bilas” will reach Patna on the eighth day after starting from Varanasi, passing through Buxar, Ramnagar, Gazipur. From there it will take another two days to reach Kolkata via Farakka, Murshidabad. From Kolkata, the “Ganga Bilas” will cross to the other side of Bengal.
This pleasure boat will travel in the river of Bangladesh for another 15 days. After that, the journey will end in Dibrugarh after entering India again through Kurigram, Bangladesh. This luxurious yacht can accommodate a total of 80 passengers. There are various arrangements including music, cultural programs for the entertainment of tourists.
Along with that, there is a center for physical exercise and beauty. This is another positive chapter in India-Bangladesh cooperation, said a Facebook post by the Indian High Commission in Dhaka on Wednesday Our communication system is also gradually improving towards the east.