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10 Questions about Deccan Odyssey -The Luxurios Train !

As the wind whispers through the halo of fables crowning the property of the mighty Marathas, a lone marvelous whistle blows its salutation of honor as it gracefully traverses this property of superb fantasy. Welcome to the mesmerizing Maharashtra experience aboard the extravagant The Indian Maharaja – Deccan Odyssey.

The week long , The Indian Maharaja – Deccan Odyssey trip features several unusual locations covering the vast expanse of Maharashtra and also North India. Treatment Mumbai, Aurangabad, Udaipur, Sawai Modhopur, Jaipur, Agra and Delhi.Deccan_Odyssey_luxury_train

The Deccan Odyssey Luxury Train project is a joint endeavor of the Ministry of Railway, Federal government of India as well as MTDC (Maharashtra Vacationer Innovation Firm). The Deccan Odyssey has actually been benchmarked against the most effective deluxe trains in the world like the Blue Train of South Africa, The Orient Express of Europe and also the Eastern and also Oriental of South East Asia.The Deccan Odyssey’s sheer deluxe is a sight to witness. Everything in the train mirrors the ways of Indian Aristocracy – “Maharaja”. The posh interiors, an incredible cuisine as well as grate websites to view makes the quest remarkable.

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Question 1
The Deccan Odyssey Train tour is a 7 days 8 nights ____________ tour.
A
Mumbai to Mumbai
B
Delhi to Mumbai
C
Mumbai to Delhi
D
All of the above
Question 1 Explanation: 
The Deccan Odyssey Luxury Train tour has three circuits: 1. originating from Mumbai and covers all major tourist locations of Maharashtra. 2. Mumbai to Delhi covering World Heritage sites like Ajanta Ellora, Udaipur Palace, Ranthambore etc. 3. Delhi to Mumbai covering World Heritage sites like Agra fort & Taj Mahal, Palaces at Jaipur; Jungles of Ranthambhore; Palaces & Lakes of Udaipur; Ancient Buddhist frescoes of Ajanta & Ellora.
Question 2
The Mumbai/Delhi circuit of Deccan Odyssey is also operational under the name _________. 
A
Deccan Queen
B
Indian Maharaja of Deccan Odyssey
C
Palace on Wheels
D
Luxury Train
Question 2 Explanation: 
Deccan Odyssey of Mumbai/Delhi circuit was re-christened as Indian Maharaja of Deccan Odyssey.
Question 3
Which of the following is the composition of this luxury train?
A
Passenger Cars - 11 coaches Generator Cars with Luggage Store-2 coaches Bar Car - 1 coach Spa Car--1 coach Staff, spare Car-- 1 coach
B
Passenger Cars - 11 coaches Presidential Suite Cars-- 2 coaches Restaurant Cars - 2 coaches Conference Car-1 coach Generator Cars with Luggage Store-2 coaches Bar Car - 1 coach Staff, spare Car-- 2 coaches
C
Passenger Cars - 11 coaches Presidential Suite Cars-- 2 coaches Restaurant Cars - 2 coaches Generator Cars with Luggage Store-2 coaches Bar Car - 1 coachStaff, spare Car-- 1 coach
D
Passenger Cars - 11 coaches Presidential Suite Cars-- 2 coaches Restaurant Cars - 2 coaches Conference Car-1 coach Generator Cars with Luggage Store-2 coaches Bar Car - 1 coach Spa Car--1 coach Staff, spare Car-- 1 coach
Question 3 Explanation: 
The train has spa car, presidential suites, restaurants etc. apart from the regular facilities.
Question 4
The restaurants of the train are named as _________
A
Peshwa Bajirao
B
Peshwa I and II
C
Shivaji and Tantya Tope
D
Malvan and Maratha
E
Manikarnika and Gandharva
Question 4 Explanation: 
Peshwa I and Peshwa II are restaurants serving authentic Maharashtrian cuisine. The stewards in the restaurants are traditionally dressed in Maharashtrian attire and are very hospitable.
Question 5
Starting from Mumbai, the first stop of this luxury train travel is at _____________
A
Sindhudurg Nagri
B
Vasco
C
Ajanta
D
Goa
Question 5 Explanation: 
The train first heads southwards and hence Sindhudurg is the first stop followed by Goa etc.
Question 6
The main attractions of Sindhudurg are
A
Dhamapur Lake
B
Sindhudurg Fort
C
Sateri Devi and Bhagawati Temple
D
Malvan Jetty
E
All of the above
Question 7
________ days are spent in Goa aboard Deccan Odyssey.
A
1 day
B
2 days and 1 night
C
2 days and 2 nights
D
3 days and 2 nights
Question 7 Explanation: 
While the first day is spent visiting Old Goa attractions like Basilica, St. Augustine Church etc. the second day is spent visiting Hindu Temple, Islamic Shrine, Sahakari Spice Farm and Menezes Braganza House which is a heritage structure.
Question 8
The next stop after Goa is ________
A
Panjim
B
Kolhapur
C
Aurangabad
D
Daulatabad
Question 9
Kolhapur visit is followed by visit to ______ via Pune.
A
Solapur
B
Shiridi
C
Daulatabad
D
Satara
Question 9 Explanation: 
Daulatabad or Aurangabad as it is known is famous for Ajanta Caves and Daulatabad Fort.
Question 10
______________ located in Aurangabad is also called as Dakkhani Taj.
A
Noor Jehan's Tomb
B
Bibi-ka-Maqbara
C
Aurangzeb ki yaad
D
Shenshah ka Tofah
Question 10 Explanation: 
This monument was built by Prince Azam Khan and is called as Dakkhani Taj or Taj of the Deccan.
Question 11
Bibi ka Maqbara was built by Mughal Prince Azam Khan in memory of his _________.
A
Wife
B
Mistress
C
Mother
D
Sister
Question 11 Explanation: 
Prince Azam Khan's mother Rabia Durrani was the first wife of Aurangzeb. He built the monument in her living memory in the late 17th century.
Question 12
The last stop made by the train before returning to Mumbai is
A
Jalgaon
B
Aurangabad
C
Nagpur
D
Nasik
Question 12 Explanation: 
On the last day of your trip aborad the Deccan Odyssey you visit Ajanta Caves after detraining at Jalgaon Railway Station. From there you go to Nasik to visit the Panchavati Ghats and ancient temples.
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