Vande Bharat Train: Vande Bharat train from Indore to Bhopal will now go via Nagpur in Maharashtra. This service has started from Tuesday, October 10. That is, now a new station has been added to the route of Indore-Bhopal Vande Bharat train. Railways has also released its new schedule. Mahakal devotees coming from Nagpur and Maharashtra will get a lot of benefit from this route.
Let us tell you that the Vande Bharat train going from Indore to Bhopal via Ujjain will be sent from Aas via Nagpur. Till now, this train was leaving Indore at 6.30 am and reaching Bhopal at 9 am after taking halt in Ujjain. But, now its timing has been changed. Now this train will run according to the new schedule.
Railways released new schedule
According to the new schedule, this train will leave from Indore at 6:10 am and reach Bhopal at 9:15 am. After a brief halt of five minutes the train will depart for Nagpur. It will reach Nagpur at 2:50 pm via Itarsi at 10:45 am. Whereas, in return, this train will depart from Nagpur at 3:20 pm and reach Itarsi at 7:00 pm, Bhopal at 8:40 pm, Ujjain at 10:50 pm and Indore at 11:45 pm.
Railway Minister had recently given approval
Passengers of Indore, Ujjain, Hoshangabad and Nagpur will greatly benefit from the extension in operation of Vande Bharat train. Let us tell you that during his visit to Lakshmibai Nagar Railway Station of Indore two days ago, Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav had approved the extension of Vande Bharat train running from Indore to Bhopal to Nagpur.
How much is the fare?
If you are thinking of traveling by chair car, then its fare is Rs 910, while the fare for executive class is Rs 1,335. In contrast, there are many AC deluxe buses which charge Rs 330 to Rs 365 and take almost the same time to cover the Bhopal-Indore distance and are available round the clock.
Additionally, there are five other trains available on the same route, including Bhopal-Ambedkar Nagar Intercity Express, which takes 3.55 hours and charges only Rs 365 for chair car services.
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