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 Mathura Jn to Mumbai - August Kranti Rajdhani Express (12954).
Mathura Jn to Mumbai August Kranti Rajdhani Express (12954) departs from Mathura Jn station (MTJ) at and arrives Mumbai Central station (MMCT) at . Mathura Jn to Mumbai rajdhani fare is Rs.4375 in First AC, Rs.2680 in Third AC and Rs.3760 in Second AC for this train which includes meal charges also. In August Kranti Rajdhani Express (12954), seat availability status is RLWL5/WL5 in Second AC (2A) with 49% chance of confirmation and seat availability status is RLWL12/WL6 in Third AC (3A) with 46% chance of confirmation for tomorrow. August Kranti is second Rajdhani that connects Delhi with Mumbai. This train made its maiden run way later than Mumbai Rajdhani on Jan 01, 1992. This Rajdhani is named after the August Kranti maidan of Mumbai from where Quit India Movement started in the year 1942. It has three stoppages in Mumbai (Borivali, Andheri and Mumbai Central) whereas Mumbai Rajdhani has 2 stoppages in Mumbai (Borivali and Mumbai Central) and takes approx 1 hour more than other Rajdhani to reach destination.
The concept of Garib Rath started with the vision to provide air conditioned berths at a comparatively low price for the people who could not afford to travel in AC coaches. Garib-rath phrase translates to poor man's chariot in English. The fare in this train is almost two-thirds of regular third ac fare. Usually Garib Rath have Third AC (3A) class only excepting some 1-2 trains which also have Chair Car (CC) class. The compartments of these train coaches have 9 berths making an extra space for side middle berth which is not there in any other train in India. In case passengers want to have bedrolls they need to pay separately for it. Some garib-raths run as fast as rajdhani, but they have lesser priority for track clearance compared to them. These trains are painted green with a yellow colored strip along the window panes. 1 garib-rath train runs from Mathura Jn to Mumbai - Hazrat Nizamuddin Mumbai Bandra (T.) Garib Rath Express (12910).
Mathura Jn to Mumbai Hazrat Nizamuddin Mumbai Bandra (T.) Garib Rath Express (12910) departs from Mathura Jn station (MTJ) at and arrives Mumbai Bandra Terminus station (BDTS) at . Mathura Jn to Mumbai garib-rath fare is Rs.815 in Chair Car and Rs.950 in Third AC for this train. In Hazrat Nizamuddin Mumbai Bandra (T.) Garib Rath Express (12910), seat availability status is PQWL129/WL72 in Third AC (3A) with 47% chance of confirmation and seat availability status is PQWL52/WL38 in Chair Car (CC) with 36% chance of confirmation for tomorrow.
Suvidha as the name suggests is a series of express trains that was introduced a couple of years back in lieu to beat the peak season rush on other trains. These trains have sleeper, second seating and ac coaches. The advance reservation period for these trains are a maximum of 30 days only as against other trains that have 120 days of ARP. For suvidha trains passengers are issued either confirmed berth or RAC and there is no waitlist concept in Suvidha trains. So for passengers who are looking for a sure shot seat can opt for Suvidha train if this train is available for your route. But hang on, before you proceed further to book a ticket in this trains, let us tell you that it will burn a hole in your pocket because Suvidha trains too have dynamic fare (flexi fare) system just like rajdhani and Shatabdi trains. So you might end up paying more for a SL class than Second AC of any other train on same route. Also, senior citizens and children are not given any privilege of concession in these trains. And once you drop the plan to travel, do it carefully as there is no cancellation permitted for these trains of course with some exceptions. 1 suvidha train runs from Mathura Jn to Mumbai - Gorakhpur Bandra Terminus Suvidha Special (82910).
Mathura Jn to Mumbai Gorakhpur Bandra Terminus Suvidha Special (82910) departs from Mathura Jn station (MTJ) at and arrives Mumbai Bandra Terminus station (BDTS) at .
- RAC is considered as confirmed for evaluating confirmation chances.
Colors under confirmation chances mean following:
- Red - Not likely to confirm.
- yellow - Difficult to say if this will confirm or not.
- Green - Very likely to confirm.
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