Gaya Kamakhya Weekly Express 15619 train schedule

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Gaya to Guwahati Gaya Kamakhya Weekly Express 15619 train schedule cloud_download

Station
Arrival
Departure
HaltAvg. Delay*DayDistancePlatform
1 Gaya Jn
( GAYA )
Starts
-N.A1 0 km 4
2 Nawadah
( NWD )
N.A1 59 km 1
3 Waris Aleganj
( WRS )
N.A1 78 km 1
4 Sheikpura
( SHK )
N.A1 103 km 1
5 Kiul Jn
( KIUL )
N.A1 129 km 5
6 Abhaipur
( AHA )
N.A1 153 km 1
7 Jamalpur Jn
( JMP )
N.A1 175 km 1
8 Bhagalpur
( BGP )
N.A1 228 km 1
9 Sahibganj Jn
( SBG )
N.A1 302 km 1
10 Barharwa Jn
( BHW )
N.A1 356 km 2
11 New Farakka Jn
( NFK )
N.A1 374 km 2
12 Malda Town
( MLDT )
N.A1 409 km -
13 Barsoi Jn
( BOE )
N.A2 499 km 2
14 Kishanganj
( KNE )
N.A2 557 km 1
15 New Jalpaiguri
( NJP )
N.A2 644 km 1
16 New Cooch Behar
( NCB )
N.A2 770 km -
17 New Alipurdaur
( NOQ )
N.A2 789 km -
18 Kokrajhar
( KOJ )
N.A2 867 km 2
19 New Bongaigaon
( NBQ )
N.A2 895 km -
20 Goalpara Town
( GLPT )
N.A2 946 km -
21 Kamakhya
( KYQ )
Ends
-N.A2 1070 km -
*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.

Gaya Kamakhya Weekly Express 15619 route

Gaya Kamakhya Weekly Express starts from Gaya Jn (GAYA) at , reaches Jamalpur Jn (JMP) at , Bhagalpur (BGP) at , Malda Town (MLDT) at , Kishanganj (KNE) at , New Jalpaiguri (NJP) at , New Cooch Behar (NCB) at and New Alipurdaur (NOQ) at . It arrives at Kamakhya on second day at . It stops at 19 stations in its route between Gaya Jn and Kamakhya. Passengers use 15619 Gaya Kamakhya Weekly Express to travel mostly from Gaya to Guwahati, Gaya to New Jalpaiguri, Bhagalpur to Guwahati, Jamalpur Jn to Guwahati and Bhagalpur to New Jalpaiguri.

About Gaya

Gaya is a city of ancient historical and mythological significance. It is one of the major tourist attractions of Bihar and the 2nd largest city of Bihar. Gaya is 100 kilometres south of Patna. Situated on the banks of the Phalgu River, it is a place sanctified by the Jain, Hindu, and Buddhist religions. It is surrounded by small rocky hills by three sides and the river flowing on the fourth (eastern) side. The city has a mix of natural surroundings, age old buildings, green areas and narrow bylanes. Situated between Gaya (7 km) and Bodh Gaya (11 km), Gaya Airport(GAY) is the largest (by area) and only operating international airport in Bihar and Jharkhand. Bodh Gaya is of great importance for Budhhists and the Vishal Budhha Mandir is located there. The Great Budhha statue situated here is 64 ft high.

About Guwahati

Guwahati is the largest city of Assam and North East India. It is also known as city of temples as there are numerous Hindu temples. Kamakhya Temple is a must visit place in the city. Guwahati has been acting as the pseudo capital for the state of Assam. The Fancy Bazar area of Guwahati is known for the abundance of Marwari community here, shopping hub, food items like Momos, Thukpa, Chat corners, Pastas etc. Beli View - a sunset point in Guwahati by the river Brahmaputra is again a lively place to visit during evening. Guwahati International Airport (Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi Intl Airport) is the primary airport of the North Eastern states of India.