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12 states 83 hours and 75 stoppages, these are the five longest distance trains of Indian Railways

कस्बों से लेकर महानगरों तक बिछी पटरियों पर सरपट दौड़ती रेल भारत की लाइफलाइन मानी जाती है. हर दिन लाखों लोगों को उनके गंतव्य तक पहुंचाने वाली भारतीय रेल की रफ्तार एक बार फिर से लौट रही है. कोरोना संक्रमण के दौरान ट्रेनों को बंद कर दिया गया था. अब धीरे-धीरे गाड़ियों की संख्या बढ़ रही है. पूर्वोत्तर से लेकर दक्षिण भारत तक भारतीय रेल का नेटर्वक है. कश्मीर से कन्याकुमारी तक भी भारतीय ट्रेन सरपट दौड़ती है. मगर क्या आप जानते हैं कि सबसे लंबी दूरी वाली भारतीय ट्रेन कौन सी है.

The network of Indian Railways is huge. From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, Indian Railways takes people to their destination. There are many trains that pass through 12 states.

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The rail galloping on the tracks from towns to metros is considered to be the lifeline of India. The speed of Indian Railways, which takes millions of people to their destination every day, is returning once again. Trains were stopped during the Corona transition. Now gradually the number of vehicles is increasing. There is a network of Indian Railways from Northeast to South India. Indian train gallops even from Kashmir to Kanyakumari. But do you know which is the longest distance Indian train.

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The longest distance Indian train runs between Dibrugarh to Kanyakumari. According to Indian Railways, it covers the longest distance and the name is Vivek Express. This train travels 4247 kms between Dibrugarh to Kanyakumari and takes around 82.50 hrs. During this journey, Vivek Express stops at 57 stations.

The longest Indian train runs between Dibrugarh to Kanyakumari. According to Indian Railways, it covers the longest distance and the name is Vivek Express. This train covers a distance of 4247 KM from Dibrugarh to Kanyakumari and takes 82.50 hrs to reach. During this journey, Vivek Express stops at 57 stations.

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The second longest distance train of Indian Railways runs between Katra in Jammu and Kashmir to Kanyakumari. The name of this train is Himsagar Express. It covers 3782 km long journey from Katra to Kanyakumari in 71 hours 40 minutes. During this, this train stops at 75 railway stations and passes through 12 states.

The second longest distance train of Indian Railways runs between Katra in Jammu and Kashmir to Kanyakumari. The name of this train is Himsagar Express. It covers 3782 km long journey from Katra to Kanyakumari in 71 hours 40 minutes. During this, this train stops at 75 railway stations and passes through 12 states.

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Navyug Express is the third longest distance train of Indian Railways. It runs between Katra to Mangalore in Jammu and Kashmir. During this, this train covers a distance of 3674 km in 72 hours 50 minutes. This train also passes through 12 states and stops at a total of 67 railway stations.

Navyug Express is the third longest distance train of Indian Railways. It runs between Katra to Mangalore in Jammu and Kashmir. During this, this train covers a distance of 3674 km in 72 hours 50 minutes. This train also passes through 12 states and stops at a total of 67 railway stations.

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New Tinsukia-Bangalore City Express is the fourth longest distance train of Indian Railways. It reaches Bengaluru from New Tinsukia in the northeastern state of Assam. This train covers a total distance of 3615 kms in 65 hrs 55 mins and stops at 39 stations.

New Tinsukia-Bangalore City Express is the fourth longest distance train of Indian Railways. It reaches Bengaluru from New Tinsukia in the northeastern state of Assam. This train covers a total distance of 3615 kms in 65 hrs 55 mins and stops at 39 stations.

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A. GUWAHATI - THIRUVANANTHAPURAM EXPRESS is the 5th longest train running between Guwahati and Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala. This train travels from Guwahati in Assam to Trivandrum in Kerala, covering a distance of 3552 km in 64 hrs 15 mins. During this time this train stops at 50 stations.

A. GUWAHATI – THIRUVANANTHAPURAM EXPRESS is the 5th longest train running between Guwahati and Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala. This train travels from Guwahati in Assam to Trivandrum in Kerala, covering a distance of 3552 km in 64 hrs 15 mins. During this time this train stops at 50 stations.

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