Howrah Jn to Lokmanyatilak T Train Tickets
10 trains depart from Kolkata in West Bengal for Mumbai, connecting the two capitals. The journey includes travel through the states of West Bengal, Maharashtra, Jharkhand and more. The temperature can go to as high as 29°C in Mumbai during the day with an expectation of a clear sky. Along with Mumbai being known as the financial capital of India, it is also the country’s commercial and entertainment capital.
The fastest of all the trains on this route is HWH Cstm Duronto, taking 26 hours and 10 mins to cover 1968 kms. The mentioned train is available on Mon, Tue, Wed and Fri. It leaves Howrah Jn at 08:20 and arrives Mumbai Cst at 10:30 on the next day. SHM LTT Express is the slowest train for this route reaching the destination in 37 hours and 50 mins. It takes an alternate route and passes through the states of Orissa, Arunachal Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir and Rajasthan.
Leaving Howrah Jn at 08:20, HWH Cstm Duronto is the earliest train for this route while the last train is Jnaneswarisupdlx that leaves Howrah Jn at 22:50. There are some trains like Gitanjali EXP and HWH Cstm Expres that halt at Bhusawal Jn and Rourkela respectively where you can grab a quick meal.
A total of 3 trains run directly between Howrah Jn and Lokmanyatilak T which include Karmabhoomi EXP, Samarsata EXP and Jnaneswarisupdlx . Most trains pass through the major stations of Kalyan Jn, Bhusaval Jn and Nagpur. For utmost convenience one may choose HWH Cstm Duronto, as it is the only train that runs between Kolkata and Mumbai without any halts.
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