Is train running from Jharkhand to Mumbai?
There are 1 weekly trains and 0 daily trains that run from Ranchi to Mumbai , covering the shortest distance of about 1374 km by RNC LTT EXPRESS(18609).
Are trains running from Aurangabad to Mumbai?
There are 7 weekly trains and 4 daily trains that run from Aurangabad to Mumbai , covering the shortest distance of about 268 km by JANSHATABDI EXP(12072).
Are trains running from Kanpur to Mumbai?
There are 19 weekly trains and 3 daily trains that run from Kanpur to Mumbai , covering the shortest distance of about 1121 km by LJN LTT EXPRESSS(12108).
How many trains are running from Bihar to Mumbai?
Ans: There are 10 weekly trains that operate from Patna to Mumbai.
What is the timing of train in Mumbai?
Howrah To Mumbai Trains
- 12810 – HWH CSMT SF EXP. 07:50 PM. HWH, Kolkata Howrah Junction.
- 22956 – KUTCH EXPRESS. 11:12 PM. MALB, Maliya Miyana Railway Station.
- 20822 – SRC PUNE SF EXP. 06:00 PM. SRC, Kolkata Santragachi Junction.
- 12262 – CSMT DURONTO EX. 05:45 AM. HWH, Kolkata Howrah Junction.
- 12102 – SHM LTT SUF EXP. 09:05 PM.
Which trains are running in lockdown from Rourkela to Mumbai?
Other Rourkela to Mumbai Trains
- SRC PUNE SPL #20822. Departs on:SMTWTFS.
- SHM LTT SUF EXP #12102. Departs on:SMTWTFS.
- HTE LTT SPL #12812. Departs on:SMTWTFS.
- HWH LTT SUF EXP #12152. Departs on:SMTWTFS.
- HWH CSMT SF EXP #12860. Departs on:SMTWTFS.
- KARMABHOOMI EXP #22512. Departs on:SMTWTFS.
- HWH CSMT SPL #12870.
- HWH CSMT SPL #12810.
In which state is Aurangabad situated?
MaharashtraAurangabad / State
Is Howrah to Mumbai train running?
It is available on Mon, Tue, Wed and Fri. It departs from Howrah Jn at 08:20 and reaches Mumbai Cst at 10:30 on the next day. The slowest of all the trains on this route is SHM LTT Express, taking 37 hours and 50 mins to cover 1950 kms.
What is D5 in train?
D5 means the confirmed seat is in coach number D5, D denotes a chair car coach. 3. 8 is you seat number in above mentioned coach. 4. NC means ‘No Choice’.
What is the old name of Aurangabad?
The city, originally known as Khadki, was founded by Malik Ambar (ʿAnbar) in 1610. After the fall of the Nizam Shāhī dynasty in 1633, the city came under Mughal rule. It was later renamed Aurangabad after it became the headquarters of Aurangzeb during his viceroyalty over the Deccan.