Sharavati Express

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Sharavati Express
11036 Sharawati Express.jpg
Service type Mail / Express
Current operator(s) Central Railways
Start Dadar (DR)
Stops 25
End Mysore (MYS)
Distance travelled 1209 km
Service frequency Weekly
Train number(s) 11035 / 11036
On-board services
Class(es) AC 1st class, AC 2 Tier, AC 3 Tier, Sleeper Class, Unreserved
Seating arrangements Available
Sleeping arrangements Available
Catering facilities Not Available
Baggage facilities Available
Track gauge Broad Gauge
Sharavati Express coachboard
Sharavati Express trainboard

Sharavati Express (Marathi: शरावती एक्सप्रेस) is a weekly passenger train service of Indian Railways between Mysore and Mumbai. This train follows the same time slot as that of Chalukya express. This runs via Hassan and joins the Bangalore-Hubli main line at Arisikere.

Sharavati Express operates as train number 11035 from Dadar to Mysore and as train number 11036 in the reverse direction.


Sharavathi is named after the Sharavathi river which originates in the western ghats of India and is famous for the Jog Falls near Shimoga. This train connects to Birur from where line to Shimoga branches off.


The train has stops at:


As the route is not fully electrified, a Krishnarajapuram based WDP-4 or WDP-4B locomotive hauls the train end to end.

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