Veer Bhumi Chittaurgarh Express

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Veer Bhumi Chittaurgarh Express
Service type Mail/Express
Locale Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh
Current operator(s) Western Railway
Start Indore Junction (INDB)
Stops 11
End Udaipur City (UDZ)
Distance travelled 482 km (300 mi)
Average journey time 12 hours
Service frequency daily
On-board services
Class(es) AC 2 Tier, AC 3 Tier, Sleeper 3 Tier, Chair Car, Unreserved, Brake Van, Luggage, Parcel Van, Handicapped and Ladies Special
Seating arrangements Yes
Sleeping arrangements Yes
Auto-rack arrangements Yes
Catering facilities Yes but no Pantry Car
Observation facilities Rake Sharing with 19309/10 Shanti Express
Entertainment facilities Yes, lcd tv in AC 2 Tier and AC 3 Tier coaches
Baggage facilities Yes
Operating speed 40 km/h (25 mph) average with halts

The Veer Bhumi Chittaurgarh Express is a daily train service which runs between Udaipur, a major city in Rajasthan and Indore Junction railway station of Indore, the largest city and commercial hub of Central Indian state, Madhya Pradesh.[1]

Changed Train Number[edit]

  1. 19657 -> 19329
  2. 19658 -> 19330


It operates as train number 19329 from Indore Junction to Udaipur City and as train number 19330 in the reverse direction serving the states of Madhya Pradesh & Rajasthan. The train covers the distance of 482 km (300 mi) in 12 hours approximately at a speed of (40 km/h (25 mph)).[2]


The 19329/30 Veer Bhumi Chittaurgarh Express Runs From Indore Junction via Ujjain Junction, Ratlam Junction, Chittaurgarh Junction to Udaipur City.[3]


It consist a total number of 19 coaches :

  • 1 AC II TIER
  • 9 sleeper cars
  • 2 general chair cars
  • 4 general purpose cars
  • 1 brakevan with luggage/cargo capacity


As this route is partially electrified, a Vadodara Junction-based WAP-5 pulls the train up to Ratlam Junction, then a Ratlam Junction-based WDM-3A powers the train up to its destination.[4]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ [1],, 06 July 2017
  2. ^ [2],, 14 April 2016
  3. ^ [3],, 09 July 2016
  4. ^ Farmer agitation: 8 trains on Ratlam-Mandsaur route suspended,, 8 June 2017

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