The North Western Railway will run a special train between Haryana's Sirsa and Rajasthan's Nokha on September 18 for the pilgrims visiting Guru Jambheshwar Maharaj MukamDham fair in the desert state, an official said. Mukam Dham is the worship place for Bishnoi community. Ajay Gautam, traffic incharge of the railway, said the Sirsa-Nokha-Sirsa special train number 04782 will depart from Sirsa on September 18 at 6 pm and will reach Nokha railway station at 4 am the next day. Similarly, train number 04781 will depart from Nokha at 6 pm on September 20 to reach Sirsa at 3.20 am the next day, he said. The train will have stoppages at Ding, Bhattu, Adampur, Jakhod Khera, Hisar, Chirod, Siwani, Jhumpa, Sadalpur, Churu, Ratangarh, Bikaner and Nokha railway stations. This special train will have 13 boggies, he said.
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