Ujjain: There is great news for the devotees of Lord Shiva in Madhya Pradesh. God of Gods, Mahadev Kashi will reach Madhya Pradesh by train via Banaras. Actually, Lord Shiva’s temple is built on a berth of Kashi Mahakal Express train. In this, a seat is reserved for Lord Shiva and is kept empty. Seat number 64 of coach B-5 of the express train has been converted into a small temple of Lord Shiva.
On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi flagged off this train through video conferencing. This train will go from Varanasi to Indore and will have three Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. It is being told that this is the first time that a seat has been reserved in the train for Lord Shiva. The Kashi-Mahakal Express, which runs from Varanasi to Indore from February 20, will also have a package for eight different pilgrimage centers. IRCTC has also prepared a package for religious and tourist places of Varanasi, Ayodhya, Prayagraj, Indore, Ujjain, Bhopal.
In this regard, Northern Railway spokesperson Deepak Kumar said that seat number 64 of coach number B-5 has been vacated for God. Railways has launched the third IRCTC operated service. He also said that, ‘A temple has also been built on the seat, so that people are aware that this seat is for the Mahakal of Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh.
The train, which runs three times a week between Varanasi and Indore, will play music in the light sound of Bhajan Kirtan. The train will have two private guards in each coach and passengers will be served vegetarian food. It is being told that it can be considered to run this train permanently.