Shridham SF Express 12191 train route

Runs Daily
No Pantry Car
Class - 1A 2A 3A SL 2S

Delhi to Jabalpur Shridham SF Express 12191 train schedule cloud_download

1 Delhi H Nizamuddin
( NZM )
-1 0 km 6
2 Mathura Jn
( MTJ )
1 134 km 1
3 Agra Cantt
( AGC )
1 188 km 1
4 Dhaulpur
( DHO )
1 240 km 2
5 Morena
( MRA )
1 267 km 1
6 Gwalior Jn
( GWL )
1 306 km 1
7 Datia
( DAA )
1 379 km 2
8 Virangana Lakshmibai Jn
( VGLB )
1 403 km 2
9 Lalitpur
( LAR )
1 494 km 2
10 Bina Jn
( BINA )
2 557 km 2
11 Ganj Basoda
( BAQ )
2 602 km 2
12 Vidisha
( BHS )
2 642 km 2
13 Bhopal Jn
( BPL )
2 695 km 1
14 Rani Kamlapati
( RKMP )
2 702 km 4
15 Hoshangabad
( HBD )
2 769 km 2
16 Itarsi Jn
( ET )
2 787 km 2,4
17 Pipariya
( PPI )
2 854 km 1
18 Gadarwara
( GAR )
2 903 km 1
19 Kareli
( KY )
2 932 km 1
20 Narsinghpur
( NU )
2 947 km 1
21 Shridham
( SRID )
2 979 km 2
22 Madan Mahal
( MML )
2 1028 km 3,4
23 Jabalpur
( JBP )
-2 1032 km 3
*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.

About Delhi

Delhi is the capital city of India. It is second most populous city of India with a population of more than 1.25 crore. It is well connected to almost all of India. Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi is the busiest airport of India. Following its overhaul and with introduction of terminal 3, its passenger handling capacity increased many folds, and was voted as Best airport in the world in 2015. Intra-city connectivity in Delhi is at par with other developed cities in the world owing to world class Delhi-metro. Being the capital city of India, Delhi is home to embassies of almost all the popular countries. Famous tourist attractions in Delhi are Akshardham temple, Lotus temple, Jama Masjid, Humayun's Tomb, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Qutab Minar, Red Fort, India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhawan and Parliament House. Connaught Place, Khan Market and the Hauz Khas Village are heaven for the foodies as these places have lots of restaurants offering varied lip-smacking cuisines.

About Jabalpur

Jabalpur (formerly Jubbulpore) is a tier 2 city in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India. Jabalpur is one of the most famous cities of Madhya Pradesh. Jabalpur has an average literacy rate of 75%, higher than the national average of 59.5%. Jabalpur Engineering College has the distinction of being the Second Engineering College to be set up in India. Head quarter of western central railway. The Swaraj movement was begun under the direction of Lokmanya Tilak in Jabalpur. Gun carriage factory and vehicle factory are two prominent (ammunition,military equipments) making factories of India present in Jabalpur. You could easily find the name of jabalpur in Indian army trucks. It has Army headquarter of 5 states. Jabalpur Junction (JBP), is an important railway junction station of Jabalpur City in Madhya Pradesh. It is the headquarters of West Central Railway. It is connected with Katni to the north east, Itarsi to the south west. Within state, it is well connected to Bhopal, Ujjain, Gwalior Junction, Indore, Khandwa, Ratlam and Bina. Jabalpur Airport, also known as Dumna Airport, is an airport situated 25 kilometres east of Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, India. The airport serves the Mahakaushal region and eastern Madhya Pradesh and serves tourists who visit Kanha National Park, Bandhavgarh National Park, Pench National Park, Khajuraho and Bhedaghat. Some of the important tourist attractions in Jabalpur include Dhuandhar Falls and Marble Rocks in Bhedaghat, the most famous tourist destination, Chausath Yogini Temple, Madan Mahal, a fort said to be built by the Gond king Madansahi in 1116 atop a balancing rock, Rani Durgawati Museum, built in 1964 to commemorate Rani Durgavati, Kachnar City, famous for a 76 feet (23 m) high Lord Shiva statue, which houses a cavern with replicas of Shivalingam from the 12 important holy shrines of Lord Shiva all over the country, Dumna Nature Reserve Park, Bargi Dam. Khoye ki Jalebi, a food popular in Madhya Pradesh, was reportedly invented by Harprasad Badkul in 1889 in his Badkul Halwai shop near the Kamaniya Gate. It is said that his early experiments to create a jalebi from khoya failed until he added tekhur.