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|Locale||New Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar|
|Current operator(s)||East Central Railway|
|No. of intermediate stops||29|
|End||New Delhi Railway Station|
|Distance travelled||1,103 km (685 mi)|
|Average journey time||20 hours 55 minutes|
|Class(es)||AC 1st Class, AC 2 Tier, AC 3 Tier, Sleeper 3 Tier, General|
|Track gauge||1,676 mm (5 ft 6 in)|
|Operating speed||58 km/h (36 mph) average with halts|
The Shramjeevi Express (Hindi: श्रमजीवी एक्स्प्रेस) is a daily superfast express train of Indian Railways, running between Rajgir, near Nalanda, Bihar, and New Delhi, the capital city of India. Previously it was running between Patna and New Delhi, later extended to Rajgir.
The name Shramjeevi signifies the employee/worker, dependent on physical/mental labour (Shram) for their livelihood (Jeevi).
Numbers, times, and distances 
- Train No. 2391 departs from Rajgir daily at 08:10 AM to arrive New Delhi at 05:10 AM next day; covering 1103 km in 21 hrs
- Train No. 2392 departs from New Delhi daily at 01:15 PM to arrive Rajgir at 10:10 AM next day; covering 1103 km in 20:55 hrs
Coach composition & loco 
The train generally consists of a total number of 23 Coaches as follows:
- 1 AC First Class cum AC II Tier
- 2 AC II Tier cum AC III Tier
- 1 AC III Tier
- 1 Pantry Car
- 12 Sleeper Class
- 4 General Compartment
- 2 General Compartment cum Brake/Luggage VAN
- Loco: WDP-4
- The train was first introduced between Patna Junction (PNBE) and New Delhi (NDLS).
- Later Nalanda Express run in between Rajgir (RGD) and New Delhi (NDLS), which use to attach/detach with Shramjeevi Express at Patna Junction (PNBE).
- Now whole rake runs between Rajgir (RGD) and New Delhi (NDLS), as Shramjeevi Express.
- Earlier the train belonged to Northern Railway with serial no as 2401/2402, now Rake belongs to East Central Railway, with serial number exchanged with Magadh Express.
- One of the few Indian Railways train used to hauled by twin WDM-2 loco, now been replaced by WDP-4