Mumbai LTT Patliputra SF Express 12141 train schedule

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Mumbai to Patna Mumbai LTT Patliputra SF Express 12141 train schedule cloud_download

Station
Arrival
Departure
Halt Avg. Delay* Day Distance Platform
1 Lokmanya Tilak Term
( LTT )
Starts
-
1 0 km 5
2 Thane
( TNA )
1 17 km 7
3 Kalyan Jn
( KYN )
2 35 km 4
4 Nasik Road
( NK )
2 167 km 2
5 Manmad Jn
( MMR )
2 240 km 2
6 Jalgaon Jn
( JL )
2 400 km 3
7 Bhusaval Jn
( BSL )
2 424 km 4
8 Jabalpur
( JBP )
2 976 km 5
9 Satna
( STA )
2 1165 km 3
10 Allahabad Chheoki Junction
( ACOI )
2 1335 km -
11 Deendayal Upadhyaya Jn
( DDU )
N.A 3 1479 km 1
12 Zamania
( ZNA )
3 1523 km 1
13 Buxar
( BXR )
3 1573 km 1
14 Ara
( ARA )
3 1641 km 1
15 Danapur
( DNR )
3 1680 km 6
16 Patliputra
( PPTA )
Ends
- N.A 3 1686 km 1
*Note: Average delay is average of delays calculated over previous 7 days.
Platform no. is indicative only. Please re-check platform info at the station before boarding train.

Mumbai LTT Patliputra SF Express 12141 route

Mumbai LTT Patliputra SF Express starts from Lokmanya Tilak Term (LTT) at , reaches Kalyan Jn (KYN) at , Manmad Jn (MMR) at , Bhusaval Jn (BSL) at , Jabalpur (JBP) at , Satna (STA) at , Deendayal Upadhyaya Jn (DDU) at and Danapur (DNR) at . It arrives at Patliputra on third day at . It stops at 14 stations in its route between Lokmanya Tilak Term and Patliputra. Passengers use 12141 Mumbai LTT Patliputra SF Express to travel mostly from Mumbai to Patna, Mumbai to Mughalsarai, Mumbai to Buxar and Mumbai to Ara.

About Mumbai

Mumbai formerly known as Bombay is one of the most prominent cities in India. Mumbai is known for a lot of things namely Bollywood, Ganpati festival, shopping streets, colleges, Mumbai local trains, street food, Mumbai Dabbawallas delivering food tiffins, the Gateway of India. Mumbai once comprised of seven islands. That is why there are various sea links as it is surrounded by water bodies along the coast.Mumbai airport is centrally located in the city and is known as Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport (BOM). Mumbai have the credits for various services that were opened here first. Like the first airport of India Juhu Aerodrome was first established here in 1928, first 5-star hotel-Taj Mahal Hotel, the first railway terminal was constructed in Mumbai and was known as Bori Bunder (Now known as CST Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus), the first electric rail system, the first public bus service (BEST) are some of the facilities that started first in Mumbai. As a true Mumbaikar says Mumbai is not just a city it is a spirit in itself.

About Patna

The capital city of Bihar, Patna has been the birthplace of the most important kingdoms of India. Not just kingdoms, but also many religions including Buddhism and Jainism have been started in this region. It had an estimated population of 1.68 million in 2011. It is the 19th largest city in India. Patna has multiple railway stations and an Airport named 'Jay Prakash Narayan International Airport' which is 7 km from Patna Jn station. Patna is one of the holiest cities in Sikhism as it has Takht Shri Harmandir Saheb - one of the Five Takhts of Sikhism. The Gurdwara at Patna Sahib is in remembrance of the birthplace of Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Guru of the Sikhs. Pathar ki Masjid is also a must visit in Patna it stands on the bank of the river Ganges near Takht Shri Harmandir Saheb. The whole structure is build of stones. Jain pilgrimages also visit Patna mainly for Kamaldah Jain Temple, which is the oldest Jain temple in Patna built in 18th century. Other attractions are Gandhi Maidan, Patna zoo, Buddha Smriti Park. Public transport in patna is provided by buses auto rickshaws and local trains. Bihari cuisine is also very famous across India. Some well known dishes of Bihari cuisine include sattu paratha, chokha, fish curry, Bihari kebab, postaa-dana kaa halwaa, malpua, dal pitha (Bihari version of momos), kheer makhana and thekua/khajuria. Street foods such as Samosa, Chaat, litti chokha, phuchka, South Indian and Chinese cuisine are favourite among people.