Everything you need know about ticket prices, stoppages, and other details concerning the Darbhanga-Anand Vihar Amrit Bharat Express

  • Dec. 30, 2023, 3:32 p.m.

On Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to launch the first two Amrit Bharat Express trains departing from Ayodhya.

Railway officials have stated that the locomotives on these trains are aerodynamically designed. The Amrit Bharat Express is a striking orange and grey color combination. Push-pull operation is made possible by the train's two WAP5 locomotives, allowing quicker acceleration and shorter travel times. 

The 22-coach Darbhanga-Anand Vihar Amrit Bharat Express has two guard compartments, twelve second-class 3-tier sleeper coaches, and eight general second-class coaches for passengers traveling without reservations.

Since it hasn't been posted on the IRCTC website, the exact ticket cost for the Darbhanga-Anand Vihar Amrit Bharat Express is unknown.


Train number 15557 is scheduled to leave Darbhanga at 3:00 PM on Mondays and Thursdays. It will arrive at the Anand Vihar Terminal station in Delhi at 12:35 PM on the following day, for a total journey duration of 21 hours and 35 minutes.

Kamtul, Janakpur Road, Sitamarhi, Bairgania, Raxaul, Narkatiyaganj, Bagha, Kaptanganj, Gorakhpur, Basti, Mankapur, Ayodhya Dham, Lucknow, Kanpur Central, Etawah, Tundla, Aligarh Junction, and lastly, Anand Vihar Terminal are among the stations at which the train will stop.

Ayodhya Dham Junction Railway Station, on the other hand, is a modern, three-story structure with cutting-edge amenities like food plazas, escalators, elevators, and childcare rooms. It was built at a cost of more than ₹240 crore. Significantly, the station has been certified by the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) as a green station building and is intended to be accessible to everybody.

Two Amrit Bharat trains, the Malda Town-Sir M. Visvesvaraya Terminus (Bengaluru) and the Darbhanga-Ayodhya-Anand Vihar Terminal Amrit Bharat Express, will be officially opened by the prime minister.

Furthermore, six new Vande Bharat Trains will be launched, adding to the nation's growing railway infrastructure. The Vande Bharat Express trains will run on the following routes: Jalna-Mumbai, Coimbatore-Bangalore Cantt, Mangalore-Madgaon, Amritsar-Delhi, Ayodhya-Anand Vihar Terminal, and Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra-New Delhi.

In addition, the Northern Railway reported that ₹241 crore was spent on the construction of the three-story structure and additional facilities at the station, which is located a short stroll from the Ram Temple.

The dimensions of the new station structure are 140 m by 32.6 m. Over the drop-off area, a 140 x 12 m front porch is also provided to shield the passengers from inclement weather "it stated.


Author : Rajdhani Delhi Representative

Rajdhani delhi representative

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