Rajdhani express are premium category trains by the Indian Railways that redefines luxury travelling in India. It is a fully air-conditioned train which connects country capital (Delhi) with state capitals. That is why they are called 'Rajdhani' which translates to 'Capital' in English. These train runs at very high speed and therefore it usually takes least time to reach destination compared to other trains on the same route. Mumbai rajdhani is the fastest rajdhani train which attains a maximum speed of 140 kmph on some stretch. Rajdhani Express offers catering facilities inside the train the fare of which is included in ticket fare. Rajdhani trains have 3 classes - First AC (1A), AC II-tier (2A) and AC III-tier (3A) only and they are coupled with LHB coaches that have higher safety features. The ticket fare for Rajdhani is maximum amongst all trains on the same route and has dynamic fare (Flexi Fare) system. Waitlisted passengers are strictly not allowed inside this train. Rajdhani train coaches are usually painted in red with a grey colored strip outside. 1 rajdhani train runs from Bankura to Mughalsarai - Bhubaneswar New Delhi Rajdhani Express (via Adra) (22811).
Bankura to Mughalsarai Bhubaneswar New Delhi Rajdhani Express (via Adra) (22811) departs from Bankura station (BQA) at and arrives Deendayal Upadhyaya Jn station (DDU) at . This train has 5 stoppages. Bankura to Mughalsarai rajdhani fare is Rs.2375 in First AC, Rs.955 in Third AC and Rs.1325 in Second AC for this train which includes meal charges also. Bhubaneshwar Rajdhani again runs in pair of two throughout the week. That means it runs as train number 22823/24 on 4 days of the week and as train number 22811/12 on remaining days of the week. Running as train number 22811/12 it takes 22 hours and 45 minutes to reach destination while running as train number 22823/24 it takes 24 hours and 20 minutes to reach destination. Rajdhani 22823/24 runs via Tatanagar and steel city Bokaro while its counter Rajdhani runs via Adra, Bankura and does not cover steel city.
Sampark Kranti is a series of express trains in India that connects different states of India to the national capital - New Delhi. Sampark in Hindi means connectivity while Kranti is also a word in Hindi language meaning revolution. Thus these trains have revolutionized the state connectivity with center. These trains have a combination of all the classes - AC, Sleeper and Unreserved coaches. Sampark Kranti trains are for long distance journeys. These trains are named after states and Sampark Kranti train for a particular state has most of the stoppages in that state only. 1 sampark-kranti train runs from Bankura to Mughalsarai - Bhubaneswar New Delhi Rajdhani Special (via Adra) (02825).
Bankura to Mughalsarai Bhubaneswar New Delhi Rajdhani Special (via Adra) (02825) departs from Bankura station (BQA) at and arrives Deendayal Upadhyaya Jn station (DDU) at . This train has 5 stoppages. Bankura to Mughalsarai sampark-kranti fare is Rs.1960 in First AC, Rs.835 in Third AC and Rs.1170 in Second AC for this train.
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