Vikramshila Express

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Vikramshila SF Express
Service typeSuperfast
Current operator(s)Indian Railways
StartBhagalpur (BGP)
EndAnand Vihar (ANVT)
Distance travelled1209 km
Service frequencyDaily
Train number(s)12367 / 12368
On-board services
Class(es)1st AC (1AC CUM 2ND AC), AC 2 Tier, AC 3 Tier, Sleeper Class, Unreserved
Seating arrangementsAvailable
Sleeping arrangementsAvailable
Catering facilitiesAvailable (Paid)
Baggage facilitiesAvailable
Operating speedAverage - 58 km/hr Maximum - 110 km/hr
Route map
Vikramshila Express (Anand Vihar - Bhagalpur) route map

The train connects Bhagalpur, one of the largest city of Bihar to India's capital New Delhi.The train passes through the major cities of Lakhisarai, Patna, Barh, Bhagalpur and Jamalpur, kiul , mokama

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Vikramshila Express Was Inaugurated on 7 March 1977 between Bhagalpur and New Delhi. After The Introduction of Magadh Express in 1980, Vikramshila ran from Bhagalpur to Patna Junction and from Patna, the coaches of Vikramshila were attached to Magadh Express and the train was then named Magadh Express, which used to leave Patna Jn. at 8:00 pm.

Later on, when Mr. Nitish Kumar became the railway minister of India, he gave back Vikramshila its own existence and since then Vikramshila Express again runs from Bhagalpur to Anand Vihar on its own name. This was a great relief for the passengers of Bhagalpur, Sultanganj, Bariarpur, Jamalpur Junction, Hathidah Junction, Mokama Junction Lakhisarai & mokama

Vikramshila Express, now runs end-to-end with electric engine from Bhagalpur Jn to Anand Vihar Terminus from 3 June 2019 and from Anand Vihar Terminus to Bhagalpur Jn with electric engine from 1 June 2019. Thehe train now runs with LHB coaches from 12 July 2017.


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  • Now the route is fully electrified. Hence it runs with WAP7/5/4 Loco of Gaziabad/Mughalsarai

Vikramshila is the most important train for Bhagalpur. This train is for the ease of the people of Bhagalpur, Jamalpur, Kiul and Barh.

Train Halts[edit]


  1. ^ "Vikramshila Express/12367 Live Running Train Status". Retrieved 23 December 2015.