To accommodate the large number of passengers that travel by rail in India during Diwali and Chhath, the railways want to run a special train service dubbed the Vande Sadharan Express.
The definitive guide to the Vande Sadharan Express and its many features
The Vande Sadharan Express train, unlike other trains, does not have air-conditioned carriages; however, its ticket is much cheaper than that of other trains.
Because of the high volume of travellers on the routes through Bihar, Jharkhand, and Uttar Pradesh, Indian Railways operates the Vande Sadharan Express exclusively for these states.
Passengers in Bihar, Jharkhand, and Uttar Pradesh will breathe a sigh of relief as this train begins service, as reports indicate it will be hailed off by Indian Railways soon after the festival of lights. Tell us which path you expect to be the most common.
The incoming data suggests that the first Bande Sadharan Express would operate along the heavily used route between Mumbai and Delhi, while the second would depart from Mumbai Central and go to Patna. In addition to this, preparations have been made for the Bande Sadharan Train to operate along another five routes. To be carried out.
In addition, a Vande Ordinary Express train service is proposed between Howrah and New Delhi, Hyderabad and New Delhi, Ernakulam and Guwahati, and Tambaram and Howrah. Now travellers must await the railways’ official announcement.