Chandigarh Patliputra SF Express (22356) departs from Chandigarh station (CDG) at and arrives Deendayal Upadhyaya Jn station (DDU) at taking a total of 17 hrs 43 mints to cover the distance of 945 kms. Kalka Mail (12312) departs from Chandigarh station (CDG) at and arrives Deendayal Upadhyaya Jn station (DDU) at taking a total of 18 hrs 48 mints to cover the distance of 1025 kms.
Train seat availability for all 2 trains that run from Chandigarh to Mughalsarai can be found in above table.
Fare for trains from Chandigarh to Mughalsarai is Rs 3115 in First AC (1A), Rs 280 in None (GN), Rs 1305 in Third AC (3A), Rs 1850 in Second AC (2A) and Rs 495 in Sleeper (SL) in general quota. Tatkal ticket fare and premium tatkal fare in this route starts from Rs 1670 in Third AC (3A), Rs 2375 in Second AC (2A) and Rs 630 in Sleeper (SL).
Chandigarh to Mughalsarai Kalka Mail (12312) departs from Chandigarh station (CDG) at and arrives Deendayal Upadhyaya Jn station (DDU) at . Chandigarh to Mughalsarai train fare is Rs.3275 in First AC, Rs.295 in None, Rs.1365 in Third AC, Rs.1940 in Second AC and Rs.520 in Sleeper for this train.
Chandigarh to Mughalsarai Chandigarh Patliputra SF Express (22356) departs from Chandigarh station (CDG) at and arrives Deendayal Upadhyaya Jn station (DDU) at . Chandigarh to Mughalsarai train fare is Rs.3115 in First AC, Rs.280 in None, Rs.1305 in Third AC, Rs.1850 in Second AC and Rs.495 in Sleeper for this train.
The fastest train from Chandigarh to Mughalsarai is Chandigarh Patliputra SF Express (22356) which travels a distance of 945 kms in just 17 hrs 43 mints. The slowest train from Chandigarh to Mughalsarai is Kalka Mail (12312) which travels a distance of 1025 kms in 18 hrs 48 mints. The most punctual train from Chandigarh to Mughalsarai is Chandigarh Patliputra SF Express (22356) which reaches Deendayal Upadhyaya Jn with an average delay of just 0 minute. The most delayed train from Chandigarh to Mughalsarai is Kalka Mail (12312) which reaches Deendayal Upadhyaya Jn with an average delay of over 9 mints.
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).
Mughalsarai is situated in Uttar Pradesh just 20 kms away from Varanasi. Its station has recently been renamed to Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Junction. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya was found dead in mysterious circumstances near the Mughalsarai station in February 1968 which is why his name is chosen. In olden days there used be inns (sarai) here where majority of Mughal caravans used to stop. This is how it got its name Mughalsarai. This city is not a famous tourist destination. Most people who have heard of this place know it because they happen to change trains here - thanks to its big railway station. Mughalsarai is the fourth busiest railway junction in India. The Mughalsarai station contains the largest railway marshalling yard in Asia. The nearest airport to Mughalsarai is Lal Bahadur Shastri International airport in Varanasi. Mughalsarai has 1 railway station - Deendayal Upadhyaya Jn (DDU).
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