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Konark Express 11019 Train

The Konark Express, introduced by Ex-Union Finance Minister, Shri Madhu Dandavate in 1978, is one of the fastest trains of its category. The train completed its first run on 16th August 1978. It starts from Mumbai (Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Mumbai) and completes its journey at Bhubaneshwar Railway Station (BBS). The train passes through the states of Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, and Maharashtra. There are 37 halts such as Dadar, Pune Junction, Secunderabad Junction, Vijayawada Junction, Visakhapatnam, and Khurda Road Junction. Initially, the train connected Secunderabad and Bhubaneshwar. Due to increasing demand for an exclusive train, it was extended up to Mumbai in 1994.

Why Konark Express 11019?

Konark Express 11019 connects the two opposite parts of the country with extremely good rail connectivity and wonderful amenities.

The Perks Of Riding The Konark Express 11019 Train

• You can order food items from the train pantry at an additional cost.
• All the coaches are clean and well-maintained.
• You can avail e-catering and on-board catering services on the train.
• Choose from a wide variety of dishes available on the menu. Vegetarian items like Jain thalis, mini thalis, parathas, sandwiches, bread and butter, rice, etc. are available for ordering.

Train Coach & Schedule

The Konark Express consists of 23 coaches. One A/C 2 tier coach, five A/C 3 tier coaches, twelve non-A/C sleeper coaches, two unreserved coaches, two brake-cum-guard-vans, and one pantry car is attached to the train. The train runs daily. It usually departs from Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Mumbai at 15:10 hours and arrives at Bhubaneswar at 4:15 hours on day 3.

Average Speed & The Time Traveled

The Konark Express 11019 train operates at an average speed of 51 kmph. It covers 1,932 km in a time span of 37 hours and 15 minutes.

About The Destination

Bhubaneshwar is an ancient city in the state of Odisha. Dotted with lakes, parks, and temples, the city has an old-town feel to it. The Jain antiques and weaponry along with the indigenous paintings of Pattachitra are displayed at the Odisha State Museum. The beautiful sandstone temples surround the Bindu Sagar Lake. The Hindu Lingaraja Temple, Nandankanan Zoological park, Udayagiri and Khandagiri Caves, Rajarani Temples, Dhabaleshwar and Indira Gandhi Park are some of the key tourist spots in Bhubaneshwar. Bhubaneswar, Puri, and Konark form the ‘Swarna Tribhuja’ or Golden Triangle, which is one of the most popular tourist destinations in eastern India. This charming city is well-known for its temples and for its Ikat sarees, Bidri-ware, cane furniture and the famous Odissi dance.