5 lively train journeys in India

Trains are an important mode of transport in India. Indian Railway is one of the biggest and busiest rail networks in India. India also houses some amazing picture-perfect train routes to some of the famous destinations. Here is the list of 5 must experiencing train routes in India.


Railways are one of the cheapest and convenient mode to travel many parts of India. The Indian railway is one of the world's largest networks. India is well-knitted with rail networks from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, from Broad gauge line to narrow gauge line, Indian Railway is developing every year.


This article talks about some amazing and picture perfect train journey which you will cherish for a lifetime. The PNR prediction helps the genuine travellers to enjoy the journey more. Check out the list of 5 train routes which you should experience.



1) Chennai- Rameswaram route: It is among the top 10 dangerous rail routes of the world. Rameswaram route is a great journey to witness how Indian railway development. It runs on a thin bridge and almost 24 hours people are working in this track to make the route a better one. The wonderful scenic and this thrilling journey, Rameswaram-Mandapam journey will make you fall for the ride.


2) Kanyakumari- Trivandrum: This is the journey through South India's most picturesque landscape. Tightly packed coconut and the Tamil and Keralite architecture guiding along this short journey makes it a memorable one. The Island express offers a different experience of the train journey.


3) Goa Express: The highly celebrated beach resort Goa houses an enchanting train route as well. From Vasco Da Gama, Goa to Londa, Karnataka. The view of the surroundings from the train is indescribable. The lush greenery and the curves of the mountains, the line moves to the Western Ghats. Monsoon is the best time for this joyous ride.



4) Mumbai to Goa: Amidst the Sahyadri hills and running above the Arabian Sea, Mandovi Express link the two famous cities of India, Goa and Mumbai. Pass through 92 tunnels and moving on 2000 bridges, the journey offers a stunning view of nature.



5) Jalpaiguri to Darjeeling: Darjeeling Himalayan railway is an alluring toy train ride. It is a breathtaking journey when from the valley Jalpaiguri to hill top of Darjeeling. If you are lucky and the weather is clear, you can view the Kanchenjunga as well. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage site.



The train journey to different parts of the country is a fun-ride. Indian Railways is divided into 16 zones. Every day more than 18 million people travel by passenger trains. Well, before travelling to any popular destinations, it is recommended to book tickets 3 months before. The PNR status helps to keep track of your ticket.


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Ronaldo Ross on Thursday, 26 November 2015 11:41
5 lively train journeys in India

Uniting Jammu to Srinagar and Baramullah, this voyage guarantees stunning perspectives of snow-topped crests standing watchman over this sensitive, beauteous vale and interesting, ice secured towns as your train weaves through pine woods. Go through the Banihal Burrow which, at 11.2 km, is India's longest railroad burrow and genuinely an awesome designing accomplishment. Let Kashmir overpower you with its wild magnificence!

Uniting Jammu to Srinagar and Baramullah, this voyage guarantees stunning perspectives of snow-topped crests standing watchman over this sensitive, beauteous vale and interesting, ice secured towns as your train weaves through pine woods. Go through the Banihal Burrow which, at 11.2 km, is India's longest railroad burrow and genuinely an awesome designing accomplishment. Let Kashmir overpower you with its wild magnificence!
Richard White on Saturday, 12 December 2015 10:36

I personally like two among these all that you have mentioned above. I would like to Darjeeling by Jalpaiguri to Darjeeling and Kanyakumari- Trivandrum for Trivandrum. These two routes are my favorite. I have also travel in Goa express. the service in these two trains is good but the quality of food they serve to their clients is pathetic. i just hate that food. It seems like it is processed.
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I personally like two among these all that you have mentioned above. I would like to Darjeeling by Jalpaiguri to Darjeeling and Kanyakumari- Trivandrum for Trivandrum. These two routes are my favorite. I have also travel in Goa express. the service in these two trains is good but the quality of food they serve to their clients is pathetic. i just hate that food. It seems like it is processed. Thanks for sharing this information about Indian railways. Visit my webpage to get information about generic levitra.
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