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    Carrying birds in Indian Train is not so easy

    If anybody want to travel with avian bird then they have to follow certain Indian railways rules.

    1. You cannot carry the bird along with you in the regular coach.

    2.Your bird will be treated as freight and placed in the luggage van.

    3.Chapter 10 of the Indian Railways Commercial Manual, clearly states that: “the responsibility for the well-being of the bird (in this case) lies with the owner.”

    4.You have to fill up a form where the value of the bird, their number (in case you are carrying multiple birds), the number of cages and its dimensions should be clearly mentioned.

    5. It is the responsibility of owner to provide food and water for the bird while in transit.

    6. As you will not be allowed into the luggage van, so stock the cage with sufficient water and food to last the journey.

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