Kalka Mail (12312) departs from Chandigarh station (CDG) at and arrives Asansol Jn station (ASN) at taking a total of 27 hrs 11 mints to cover the distance of 1488 kms. This train has 34 stoppages.
Train seat availability for all 2 trains that run from Chandigarh to Asansol can be found in above table.
Fare for trains from Chandigarh to Asansol is Rs 390 in Second Seater (2S), Rs 4135 in First AC (1A), Rs 2440 in Second AC (2A), Rs 650 in Sleeper (SL), Rs 375 in None (GN) and Rs 1700 in Third AC (3A) in general quota. Tatkal ticket fare and premium tatkal fare in this route starts from Rs 405 in Second Seater (2S), Rs 2965 in Second AC (2A), Rs 825 in Sleeper (SL) and Rs 2120 in Third AC (3A).
Chandigarh to Asansol Kalka Mail (12312) departs from Chandigarh station (CDG) at and arrives Asansol Jn station (ASN) at . This train has 34 stoppages. Chandigarh to Asansol train fare is Rs.4135 in First AC, Rs.375 in None, Rs.1700 in Third AC, Rs.2440 in Second AC and Rs.650 in Sleeper for this train.
The fastest train from Chandigarh to Asansol is Netaji SF Special (Kalka Mail) (02312) which travels a distance of 1488 kms in just 27 hrs 6 mints. The slowest train from Chandigarh to Asansol is Kalka Mail (12312) which travels a distance of 1488 kms in 27 hrs 11 mints. The most punctual train from Chandigarh to Asansol is Kalka Mail (12312) which reaches Asansol Jn with an average delay of just 0 minute. The most delayed train from Chandigarh to Asansol is Kalka Mail (12312) which reaches Asansol Jn with an average delay of over 0 minute.
Chandigarh is a city and a union territory in India that serves as the capital of both neighboring states of Haryana and Punjab. The city is not part of either of the two states and is governed directly by the Union Government, which administers all such territories in the country. It was one of the early planned cities in post-independence India and is internationally known for its architecture and urban design. The master plan of the city was prepared by Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier. There is a superstitious belief that number 13 is unlucky for the city, that is way Chandigarh and Panchkula do not have sector no. 13. Le Corbusier conceptualized Chandigarh as analogous to human body. The 'Head' being Capitol Complex in Sector 1, 'Heart' being City Centre Sector-17, 'Lungs' being the open sapce and greenery, 'Circulatory System' being the 7V's and 'Brain' being the Educational Institutions. Chandigarh's official emblem is the 'Open Hand' which signifies peace and reconciliation. The city got its name from the famous Chandi Mandir Temple, which is now a famous tourist destination. Chandigarh Junction railway station lies in the Northern Railway zone of the Indian Railway network and provide connectivity to all the regions of India and some major Indian cities. Chandigarh has an international airport Chandigarh International Airport. Chandigarh has various visitor attractions including Sukhna Lake, Rock Garden, Rose Garden, Parrot Bird Sanctuary Chandigarh, Leisure Valley, Garden of Fragrance, Garden of Palms, Butterfly Park, Valley of Animals, the Japanese Garden and the Terraced Garden. Several other famous tourist destinations like Pinjore Gardens, Morni Hills, Nada Sahib, Kasauli, ChattBir Zoo lie in its vicinity. Chandigarh has 1 railway station - Chandigarh (CDG).
Asansol is in Paschim Bardhaman district of West Bengal. It is the second largest city in West Bengal after Kolkata. Asansol is a coal mining and industrial metropolis and one of the busiest commercial centers in India. Popular tourist attractions in and near Asansol are Ghagar Buri Chandi Temple, Kalyaneshwari Temple, Nehru Park, Spandan Recreation Park, Boating at Maithon Dam and Joychandi Pahar trek. Kazi Nazrul Islam Airport is a domestic airport located at Andal, West Bengal, India. The airport serves the industrial cities of Asansol and Durgapur. The airport is roughly 15 km from Durgapur's City Centre and 25 km from Asansol's City Bus Terminus in West Bengal, India. Railways was the first employer in Asansol and is a big contributor to its economy. Asansol is one of the four divisions of Eastern Railway Zone and among the major revenue generating divisions in Indian Railways. Also, Chittaranjan Locomotive Works at Chittaranjan is one of the largest locomotive manufacturing units in the world which is just 30 km away. Currently it produces the WAP-4, WAP-5, WAP-7, WAG 7 and WAG 9 locomotives. Asansol is the eight busiest railway station in India in terms of frequency of trains after Kanpur Central, Vijayawada Junction, Delhi Junction, New Delhi, Ambala Cant, Howrah and Patna Junction. Around 289 trains starts, ends, or passes through the station daily. Asansol has 1 railway station - Asansol Jn (ASN).
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