Sep 21,2018 - Train
Indian Railways operates a host of trains across the county and offer connectivity to major Indian cities, towns and villages. The Railways, which has a total network of 1,08,706 kilometres across broad gauge, meter gauge and narrow gauge, operates 11,000 trains on a daily basis, of which 7,000 are passenger trains, according to the carrier's website, www.indianrailways.gov.in. Under its Rajdhani Express series of premium trains, the Railways connects the national capital with a number of major cities across the country.
Rajdhani Express trains are fully air conditioned trains, in which the carrier offers meals on board and fast travel between cities. Rajdhani Express train tickets can be purchased in three booking classes: AC tier 1, AC tier 2 and AC tier 3.
The New Delhi-Dibrugarh Rajdhani Express train departs from New Delhi railway station at 4:10 pm on all days of the week and reaches Dibrugarh at 7:00 am on the third day of travel. Fare for travel in this train in AC 3 tier is Rs. 3,900, Rs. 5,510 in AC 2 tier and Rs. 6,800 for Ac tier 1, according to the website of IRCTC, the Indian Railways' online ticketing arm.
The New Delhi-Howrah Rajdhani Express train departs from New Delhi railway station at 4:55 pm on all days except Friday and reaches at Howrah station at 9:55 am the next day. Fare for travel in AC tier 3 is Rs. 2,780, Rs. 3,895 in AC tier 2 and Rs. 4,825 in AC tier 1, according to IRCTC.