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PM Modi To Virtually Flag Off MV Ganga Vikas Cruise Yatra On Friday.

Tuesday saw the arrival of the Ganga Vilas luxury cruise, which departed Kolkata on December 22 and arrived at Ramnagar Port in Varanasi. According to sources, severe weather caused the cruise, which was due to arrive in Varanasi on Saturday, to arrive later than expected. The boat will depart from the Ramnagar harbour and arrive at Sant Ravidas Ghat to a magnificent welcome. On January 13, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will essentially signal the start of the MV Ganga Vilas Cruise Yatra. The opulent triple-deck cruise will journey from Varanasi to Dibrugarh in Assam along the world’s longest river. Eighty people can board the boat, including 18 suits.

This trip will travel on an exciting 51-day tour that will include 15 days in Bangladesh. It will next travel via Assam’s Brahmaputra River to reach Dibrugarh. The opulent cruise will travel through 5 states in India and Bangladesh over a distance of more than 3,200 miles. A total of 27 river systems across UP, Bihar, West Bengal, Bangladesh, and Assam will be traversed during this trip.

The Ganga, Meghna, and Brahmaputra are the three principal rivers that the cruise will cross. The trip will enter the Bengali river systems of the Bhagirathi, Hooghly, Bidyavati, Malata, and Sundarbans. It will flow through Bangladesh’s Meghna, Padma, and Jamuna before entering the Brahmaputra in Assam. An official statement states that the 51-day cruise is scheduled to stop at 50 popular tourist destinations, including World Heritage Sites, National Parks, river Ghats, and important cities like Patna in Bihar, Sahibganj in Jharkhand, Kolkata in West Bengal, Dhaka in Bangladesh, and Guwahati in Assam.

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