Rajdhani Express is a passenger train which connects National Capital of Delhi from
another important destination, especially capitals of States in India. The name
“Rajdhani” itself defines “The Capital” in Hindi language. These trains were commenced
to offer high-speed connections from different railway stations of several state
capitals and important cities to New Delhi in the year of 1969. The speed of the
train depends upon track section, but generally it covers from 140 km/h to 87 km/h.
are a number of cities that are served by more than one Rajdhani Express that includes
Kanpur and Mughal Sarai top the list with maximum number of 6 Rajdhani trains serving
Fully air-conditioned train, the Rajdhani
express offers yummy food along with comforts to its passengers. According to
the time, passengers are served with lunch, tea, breakfast, dinner, et cetera.
The train comprises three types of coaches, firstly; the first class AC includes
2 or 4 berth lockable bedrooms, secondly; the second class AC 2-tier guarantees
regular system of berths with curtains and, thirdly; the second class AC 3-tier
possesses of open system of berths without curtains.