Online tickets booking for Central Railway 2017 Diwali special trains from Mumbai


Want to book Central Railway tickets online for special trains from Mumbai for the Diwali festive season? This article gives details of the list of Central Railway trains between Mumbai and Gorakhpur, Manduadih, Karmali and Sawantwadi. The train numbers, departure and arrival times and schedules are provided for your quick reference.

Central Railway has made special arrangements for this year's Diwali festive season, with special trains scheduled to run between Mumbai and Gorakhpur, Manduadih, Karmali and Sawantwadi in October and November 2017. You must carry a valid ID documentary proof for your journey.

Schedule of Trains is as follows -

Mumbai-Gorakhpur Trains

There are 8 weekly unreserved specials, with 22 General Second Class coaches, including guard's brake vans.

Train no.: 01115
From: Lokmanya Tilak Terminus at 00.45hrs. on every Saturday from 14th October to 4th November 2017
Arrival: Gorakhpur at 11.25hrs next day

Train no.: 01116
From: Gorakhpur at 14.00hrs on every Sunday from 15th October to 5th November 2017
Arrival: Lokmanya Tilak Terminus at 00.20hrs. on every third day.

Halts: Kalyan, Igatpuri, Nasik Road, Bhusaval, Khandwa, Itarsi, Jabalpur, Katni, Satna, Manikpur, Chheoki, Varanasi, Aunrihar Jn, Mau Jn, Bhatni and DeoriaSadar.



Mumbai-Manduadih Trains

There are 8 weekly unreserved specials, with 22 General Second Class coaches, including guard's brake vans.

Train no.: 01087
From: Lokmanya Tilak Terminus at 00.45hrs. on every Wednesday from 11th October to 1st November 2017.
Arrival: Manduadih at 04.45hrs. next day.

Train no.: 01088
From: Manduadih at 06.30hrs. on every Thursday from 12th October to 2nd November 2017.
Arrival: Lokmanya Tilak Terminus at 07.30hrs. next day.

Halts: Kalyan, Igatpuri, Nasik Road, Bhusaval, Khandwa, Itarsi, Jabalpur, Katni, Satna, Manikpur, Allahabad, Allahabad Jn and Gyanpur.

Mumbai-Karmali Trains

There are 6 weekly reserved specials, with one AC 2-Tier, three AC 3-Tier, 13 Sleeper Class and three Second Class.

Train no.: 01043
From: Lokmanya Tilak Terminus at 01.10hrs on every Friday, from 13th October to 27th October 2017.
Arrival: Karmali at 12.00hrs. on the same day.

Train no.: 01044
From: Karmali at 13.00hrs on every Friday from 13th October to 27th October 2017.
Arrival: Lokmanya Tilak Terminus at 00.20hrs. next day.

Halts: Thane, Panvel, Roha, Khed, Chiplun, Sangameshwar Road, Ratnagiri, Kankavali, Kudal and Thivim.

Mumbai-Sawantwadi Road Trains

There are 6 weekly reserved specials, with one AC 2-Tier, three AC 3-Tier, 8 Sleeper Class and 6 Second Class, including guard's brake vans.

Train no.: 01167
From: Lokmanya Tilak Terminus at 01.10hrs. on every Monday from 16th October to 30th October 2017.
Arrival: Sawantwadi Road at 10.00hrs. same day.

Train no.: 01168
From: Sawantwadi Road at 13.45hrs. on every Monday from 16th October to 30th October 2017.
Arrival: Lokmanya Tilak Terminus at 00.35hrs. next day.

Halts: Thane, Panvel, Roha, Khed, Chiplun, Sangameshwar Road, Ratnagiri, Kankavali, Kudal.



How to book tickets

You can book your tickets at all Passenger Reservation System (PRS) locations and at the IRCTC website. Open an account with IRCTC and simply log in and book your tickets at: IRCTC e-Ticketing website.

Another option is to book IRCTC outstation railway tickets on mobile phone by SMS.

Tickets can be booked through UTS system for unreserved specials and unreserved coaches in special trains.

For enquiries about reservations visit: Indian Railways Passenger Reservation Enquiry

You can also check train schedules of Central Railway trains

Important note: Make sure that you are carrying valid ID proof for all reserved tickets.

Important Contact Numbers:
All India Passenger Service Ph: 139
Security Helpline: 182

[Note to travellers: The schedule of trains as provided in this article has been sourced from a print advertisement. Hence it is advisable to check the official websites to confirm details of each train.]


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Comments

Author: Natarajan16 Oct 2017 Member Level: Gold   Points : 1

Useful information at a glance to help people during the festival rush hour season.I'm sure this would have helped many people this season to plan their journeys. Does the IRCTC website charge more during the peak seasons?

Author: Vandana31 Oct 2017 Member Level: Platinum   Points : 3

Natarajan,

Yes, IRCTC has a different fare for peak seasons, these being from 1st April to 31st July and from 1st September to 31st January.

As opposed to this, the lean season is from 1st February to 31st March and from 1st August to 31st August.

In the case of popular trains, the peak season's fares is applied for the entire year for journeys undertaken in AC first and AC 2-tier classes. I think by 'popular' trains is meant trains like Rajdhani, Duronto, etc.



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