PRLog - Aug. 14, 2012 - CONNAUGHT PLACE, India -- Operators of the Golden Chariot train, Karnataka State Tourism and Development Corporation (KSTDC) have announced the departure date for the first seasonal journey of this Indian luxury train. The luxury train will chug its way from Bangalore to Goa on 1st October 2012. The departure schedule for the upcoming run season is given on the website of Indian luxury trains.
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The Golden Chariot with its two itineraries-
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