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Indian Railways run festival special train for Bihar from today to Avoid festive rush on Diwali and Chhath, Check new route details

Patna: The festive season has started across the country. The most important festivals for the people of Bihar are Diwali and Chhath. The Indian Railways has decided to run special trains to deal with the massive rush on trains during the festive seasons.

Railways operates special trains every year in view of festivals. However, this year also the Railways has decided to run six special trains. Indian Railways has given a big relief for the convenience of the passengers. Many festive special trains are being run for Bihar from today. On the Delhi-Bihar route, these trains will enhance the convenience of the people.

In this regard, Train No. 05315/05316 Chhapra-Delhi-Chhapra Festive Special will be run.

According to the media report, train number 05315 will run from Chhapra to Delhi on every Monday and Thursday from October 3 to November 10. Train No. 05316 Festive Special train will run from Delhi to Chhapra on every Tuesday and Friday from October 4 to November 11. Passengers can book tickets to travel in these trains.

According to the railways, six pair festival special train from today

Similarly, 03281/03282 Patna-Secunderabad-Patna Puja Special will leave Patna every Thursday from October 27 to November 10 at 4 pm and will reach Secunderabad at 11.55 pm the next day. Train No. 03282 Secunderabad – Patna Puja Special will leave Secunderabad at 3.25 pm on every Saturday from 29 October to 12 November and will reach Patna at 00.30 am on Monday. 01705/01706 Jabalpur – Danapur – Jabalpur Puja Special will leave Jabalpur at 7.45 pm on 27 October and arrive Danapur at 08.45 am the next day. Train No. 01706 Danapur – Jabalpur Puja Special will leave Danapur at 12.45 hrs on 28th October and will reach Jabalpur at 04.15 hrs, the next day. Delhi-Gaya-New Delhi Reserve Superfast Festival Express will run from October 17 to November 11. This train will leave from New Delhi every Monday and Friday. Anand Vihar-Jayanagar-Anand Vihar special train is planned to be run from 18 October to 11 November. This train will leave from Anand Vihar on every Tuesday and Friday.

Ahmedabad to Patna special train

09417/09418 Ahmedabad-Patna-Ahmedabad Puja Special will leave Ahmedabad at 09.10 am on every Monday from 17 October to 28 November and will reach Patna at 9 pm the next day. Train No. 09418 Patna – Ahmedabad Puja Special will leave Patna at 11.45 pm on every Tuesday from 18 October to 29 November and will reach Ahmedabad at 11.20 am on Thursday. 01663/01664 Rani Kamalapati (Bhopal) – Danapur – Rani Kamalapati (Bhopal) Puja Special will leave Rani Kamalapati (Bhopal) at 2.20 pm on 21st, 26th & 31st October and will reach Danapur at 08.45 am the next day. Train No. 01664 Danapur – Rani Kamalapati Puja Special will leave Danapur at 12.45 hrs on 22nd, 27th October & 01st November and will reach Rani Kamalapati at 09.50 hrs, the next day.

festival special will run from Mumbai too

01031/01032 Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus – Malda Town – Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Puja Special will leave Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus at 11.05 am on 17th & 24th October and arrive Malda Town at 00.45 am the next day. Train No. 01032 Malda Town – Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Puja Special will leave Malda Town at 12.20 pm on 19th & 26th October and arrive Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus at 03.50 am the next day. 01043/01044 Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Samastipur – Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Puja Special will leave Lokmanya Tilak Terminus at 12.15 pm on every Sunday and Thursday from 20 October to 30 October and will reach Samastipur at 9.15 pm the next day. Train No. 01044 Samastipur – Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Puja Special will leave Samastipur at 11.30 pm on every Monday and Friday from 21st October to 31st October and will reach Lokmanya Tilak Terminus at 07.40 am the next day.

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