Two observers from the Guinness Book of World Record were present.
The Prime Minister took a Metro ride to south Delhi’s ISKCON Temple for the programme.
It is currently under the possession of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR).
The trains will wear the Kumbh 2019 logo on its coaches.
Guru Tegh Bahadur, originally known as Tyag Mal was born on 18 April, 1621.
Hymns, prayers and langars or community kitchens marked the auspicious day.
India will request Pakistan for a corridor to Kartarpur in their territory as well.
The trains will have sleeper class coaches with room for 800 passengers.
Protests have erupted against giving women unrestricted access to the temple.
Each of these days has a special significance and is celebrated accordingly.