Durgavati Express

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The Durgavati Express or Jabalpur - Jammu Tawi Express is a biweekly Mail/Express train service run by West Central Railway in India. It runs between Jabalpur Junction railway station of Jabalpur, an important military hub of Eastern Madhya Pradesh state and Katra railway station of Jammu & Kashmir in India. The name "Durgavati Express" was given in the memory of the great princess of Mahakoshal region in Jabalpur named Princess Durgavati (Rani Durgavati) who sacrificed her life for her region and fought strongly against the Mughal Emperors to save her empire from being conquered.

Durgavati Express Route map

Arriving and departing[edit]

The train offers Pantry car (PC) services as well as e-catering for the convenience of passengers on board.

Durgavati Express is the most punctual train of this route reaches Katra station with average time delay of 3 to 7 minutes.

Routes and halts[edit]

The train goes via Bina–Katni rail routeJhansiGwaliorAgra and New Delhi. The important halts of the train are:

Coach composite[edit]

The train consist of 23 coaches:

  • 1 AC I tier
  • 2 AC II tier
  • 3 AC III tier
  • 14 sleeper
  • 3 general
  • 1 pantry
  • 1 luggage/brake van

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