Rajdhani Express is one amongst the fastest train services in India. This passenger train service connects New Delhi, the national capital city, with other considerable destinations particularly capitals of several states in India. In 1969, Rajdhani Express was commenced to provide high-speed connections from different railway stations of New Delhi to several state capitals and important cities of India. The speed could vary from 140 km per hour to 87 km per hour determined by the particular track section.
Rajdhani Express trains have fully air-conditioned coaches, where
passengers are offered comfort along with delicious meals. As per the
timings of the train, the travelers are served with lunch, tea,
breakfast, dinner etc. Most of these trains have three classes of
accommodation, where the First Class AC embraces 2 or 4 berth lockable
bedrooms, the Second Class AC 2-tier ensures regular system of berths
with curtains and the Second Class AC 3-tier boasts of open system of
berths without curtains.
As of now, Indian Railways has 15 pairs of Rajdhani Express trains.
These trains take halt at few stations, which are generally the
important cities of any state. There are numerous cities that are served
by more than one Rajdhani Express. Amongst such cities, Kanpur and
Mughal Sarai top the list with maximum number of 6 Rajdhani trains
serving each. Rajdhani Express offers a pleasant journey to every
passenger. Here is given a list containing the major destinations of
Rajdhani Trains from Delhi.