Rajdhani Express trains were introduced in 1969 & they operate at the speed of 130 km per hour.The trains link New Delhi (the capital or Rajdhani) to India's major cities. Rajdhani Express runs from Delhi to Howrah, Mumbai, Bangalore, Bhubaneshwar, Thiruvananthapuram, Guwahati, Patna, Chennai, Securanderabad, Jammu Tawi, Ranchi, Ahmedabad & back to Delhi.
The Rajdhani Express is India's super-fast, fully air conditioned, deluxe trains, which gives you the unique opportunity of experiencing Indian Railways at its best. Afternoon snacks and tea are offered after the trains begin their journey. The train provide all facilities and services to offer you a complete comfortable journey.
Major Destinations of Rajdhani Express
New Delhi : The capital of India, New Delhi is a sprawling modern metropolis. The Rajdhani connects New Delhi to all the major destinations of India. Places of interest include the walled city of Old Delhi, Chandni Chowk, the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, the impressive Rashtrapati Building, the Old Fort, Humayun's Tomb, the Qutb Minar and Tughlakabad Fort.
Kolkata : Kolkata is the gateway city of eastern India. Despite its large population, Kolkata is an amazing city with unique attractions. Places of interest include the Fort William, the Victoria Memorial and its museum, St.Paul's Cathedral and the Raj Bhawan. Across the banks of the River Hooghly are Belur Math and the Dakshineshwar Temple. Diamond Harbour, where the Ganga meets the sea, is 51 kms from Calcutta.
Chennai : Chennai, a modern metropolis, is the most convenient gateway to South India. The places of interest include Fort St.George, St.Mary's Church, Kapaleeswarar Temple, Parthasarathy Temple, San Thome Basilica, the Government Museum and Valluvar Kottam. The broad sandy shore of the Marina Beach is the ideal place for an evening stroll.
Mumbai : Mumbai, the commercial capital of India has numerous interest to offer its visitors. The interesting places to visit in Mumbai include the famous Marine Drive, the Gateway of India, the Afghan Church, Hutama Chowk, Mahalakshmi Temple, Nehru Planetarium, Victoria Terminus and the famous Elephanta rock-cut caves.
Hyderabad : The 400 year old metropolis, Hyderabad is the capital of Andhra Pradesh. Hyderabad's rich past tfinds expression not only in its marvelous monuments, also in its language, food, customs and etiquette. Some fo the places of interest here are the Char Minar, Mecca Masjid, Golconda Fort, Publc Gardens and Birla Temple.
Bangalore : Bangalore, 'the garden city' of India, is also one of Asia's fastest growing urban centres. This Silicon valley of India boasts of numerous places of interest, which include the Bangalore Palace, Tipu Sultan's Fort and Palace, the Lal Bagh Gardens with its Glass House, Cubbon Park, the Bull Temple, the Vidhana Soudha and Venkatappa Art Gallery. The centrally located Ulsoor Lake, is dotted with picturesque and tiny islands.
Bhubaneshwar : This Temple city of India is the capital city of Orissa. There are numerous places of attractions here which are worth visiting. The interesting destinations like Puri and Konarak are close to Bhubaneshwar.
Ranchi : Ranchi is state capital of Jharkhand. The salubrious climate of Ranchi captivates numerous tourists to this place. Ranchi prides in housing several waterfalls, which are worth visiting.
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