Mumbai New Delhi Mumbai August Kranti Rajdhani Express train

Rajdhani Express trains were introduced in the year 1969 for providing high-speed connections up to 140 kilometers speed from New Delhi to the various state capital cities of India.

The speed varies depending upon the particular track section. This class of train has very limited stoppages along its journey. This also was the first group of trains with all its coaches being air-conditioned. These trains get the highest priority on the Indian railway network. Passengers are served complimentary meals during the journey. Depending on the duration and timings of the journey, these could include lunch, evening tea with snacks, dinner, morning tea and breakfast.

Mumbai central to New Delhi (Hazrat Nizamuddin) August Kranti Rajdhani Express is one of the earliest Rajdhani trains introduced in India. It runs on all seven days of the week. It halts at Andheri, Borivali, Vapi, Valsad, Surat, Bharuch, Vadodara, Ratlam, Nagda, Kota, Sawai Madhopur, Mathura stations in the course of its journey from both ends. This train was introduced to increase and augment the passenger intake capacity in the Mumbai New Delhi Rajdhani Train, since there was huge demand supply gap in the first train namely Mumbai New Delhi Rajdhani Express.

This train consists of three classes of journey viz. 1st AC, 2nd AC, and 3 Tier AC. Comprehensive details of this train are provided underneath.

Mumbai New Delhi Mumbai August Kranti Rajdhani Express
Details Mumbai New Delhi August Kranti Rajdhani New Delhi Mumbai August Kranti Rajdhani
Train Number 12953 12954
Days of Run All days of the week All days of the week
Originating station Mumbai Central Hazrat Nizamuddin Station
Departure Time 1740 Hrs 1655 Hrs
Destination Station Hazrat Nizamuddin Station Mumbai Central
Arrival time 1055Hrs 0955 Hrs
Average Running Speed 80 Kilometers per hour 80 Kilometers per hour
Time taken 17 Hours and 20 Minutes 17 Hours
Distance covered 1377 kilometers 1377 kilometers
Fare 1st AC Rs 4025 Rs 4025
Fare AC 2 tier Rs 2360 Rs 2360
Fare AC 3 Tier Rs 1700 Rs 1700

Mumbai Central Railway Station

Station Code BCT

General Enquiry 131

Reservation Enquiry 132

It may please be noted that if you are calling these numbers from outside of Mumbai then prefix it with the STD Code of Bangalore which is 022. For example if you are calling 131 then please dial it as 022131.

Mumbai Central, previously known as Bombay Central, is the railway station on the Western Railway Mumbai suburban and outstation lines. The station provides access to areas like Tardeo, Crawford Market, Mohammed Ali Road, Kalbadevi, Bhendi Bazar and Chor Bazaar. Mumbai Central serves as the southernmost terminus in Mumbai for Western Railway outstation trains. Trains depart from here to Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Punjab and Delhi. India’s premier Rajdhani trains also depart from here to Delhi.

Amenities at Mumbai Central station

  • Waiting rooms
  • Retiring rooms
  • Computerized reservation offices
  • Tourist information centers
  • Medical and general shops
  • Restaurants
  • Book stall and STD / PCO booths
  • Wheel chairs and stretchers

Distances of major landmarks in Mumbai from Mumbai central railway station

Many lankmark locations of Mumbai like The Famous Gateway of India is 7 kilometers, Mumbai International Airport 20 kilometers, Haji Ali Dargah 4 kilometers, Marine Drive 6 kilometers, Mahalaxmi Temple 16 kilometers, Siddhivinayak temple 20 kilometers, Chowpatty Beach 4 kilometers, Juhu Beach 16 kilometers, and the Film City is 28 kilometers from this station. The extremely popular tourist spot of Elephanta Caves is situated in a nearby island which can be accessed with a ferry boat service from the gateway of India and it is located 55 kilometers from this station.

Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station

Station Code NZM

General Enquiry 131

Reservation Enquiry 132

Train Arrival & Dep 133

It may please be noted that if you are calling these numbers from outside of Delhi then prefix it with the STD Code of Delhi / New Delhi which is 011. For example if you are calling 131 then please dial it as 011131.

Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station is one of the three main railway stations of Delhi, India. Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station connects all the major cities and is being developed to ease congestion on New Delhi Railway Station. Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station is served by Northern Railway. Delhi’s two important arteries the Ring Road and Mathura Road run nearby. The Sarai Kale Khan Inter State Bus Terminal (ISBT) is close to the station, with links to neighbouring towns.

Amenities at Hazrat Nizamuddin station

  • Waiting rooms
  • Retiring rooms
  • Computerized reservation office
  • Tea stalls
  • Refreshment room both vegetarian and non vegetarian
  • Book stall
  • STD / PCO booth
  • G.R.P office

Distances of major landmarks from Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station

New Delhi Railway Station is 7 Kilometers, Airport 22 kilometers, India Gate 4 kilometers, Connaught Place 7 kilometers, Karol Bagh 12 kilometers, Red Fort 9 kilometers, Pragati Maidan 5 kilometers, AIIMS 7 kilometers, Dhaula Kuan 11 kilometers, Qutub Minar 13 kilometers from this station.

Content updated in January 2020

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