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With Navratri, the festive season has started in the country. As soon as the festive season starts, crores of Indians are leaving for their respective homes by boarding the train to celebrate the festival. In view of the facilities of the passengers between festivals, Indian Railways is also running many special trains so that passengers can easily reach their homes and celebrate the festival without any problem. In this connection, the Northern Railway Division of Indian Railways has announced to run Gwalior-Barauni special train for the people of Bihar living in Madhya Pradesh.

Special train will run between Gwalior and Barauni

Northern Railway’s Chief Public Relations Officer Deepak Kumar said on Tuesday that for the convenience of rail passengers during the upcoming festivals, Northern Railway will operate weekly festival special trains between Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh and Barauni in Bihar.

Check here the complete time table of the train

Train No. 01901 Gwalior-Barauni Weekly Festival Special train will make 7 trips from Friday, 15 October to Friday, 26 November. This train will depart from Gwalior at 7.25 am on every Friday and will reach Barauni at 07.00 am the next day. In return direction this train (Train No. 01902 Barauni – Gwalior Weekly Festival Special) will depart from Barauni at 09.15 hrs on every Saturday from Saturday, 16 October to Saturday, 27 November and will arrive Gwalior at 09.30 hrs the next day.

The train will stop at these stations during the journey

Please tell that this festival special train in its route Dabra, Datia, Jhansi, Niwari, Mau Ranipur, Harpalpur, Kulpahar, Mahoba, Banda, Attra, Chitrakootdham, Manikpur, Shankargarh, Naini, Prayagraj, Gyanpur, Varanasi, Ghazipur City, Ballia, Chhapra, Sonpur, Hajipur and Shahpur will halt at Patori stations both on arrival and departure times. According to the information, this train will be fully reserved and will not have unreserved coaches.

You have to pay more fare for traveling in special trains.

Let us inform that after the relaxation in the lockdown, the Railways is currently running only special trains. Special trains are being run for long distances as well as short distances. All these trains are running in the name of special train but facilities are being given as before. According to the Railways, the fare of the special passenger train is slightly higher than that of the regular train. At some places, platform ticket prices have also been increased.


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