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Himsagar Express india

When we consider the trains of Indian Railway, the Himsagar Express comes in our mind that covers longest one in terms of time and distance. Its runs between the Jammu Tawi Railway station in Jammu and Kashmir in the north to Kanyakumari Railway station in Tamil Nadu in the farthest south. It covers the distance of about 3751 Kms in only 75 hours.

Himsagar Express provides 4 zones including Southern Railways, South Central Railways, Central Railways and Northern Railways for the ease of passengers all over India. It runs through the states of Kerala, Maharashtra, Delhi, Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir covering 9 states. The Express runs once a week taking halts at 77 stations like Jalandhar, Ludhiana, New Delhi, Bhopal, Nagpur, Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram.

The etymology of 'Himsagar' edifies that the term 'Him' implies the great Himalayas in the north and 'Sagar' describes the colossal Indian Ocean in the south of India. The amalgamation of two terms 'Him' and 'Sagar' defined 'Himsagar' representing the path from snow-cloaked Kashmir to the gaggle of three oceans at Kanyakumari. Himsagar Express begins its journey discovering the tracks in union with bridges, forests, watercourses, unseen areas and stations on its way. It runs from the extreme northern point to the farthest southern point of India.

The Himsagar Express is that train which runs through the heart of Indian subcontinent connecting the cold region with the hot regions. The train as well works well in making friendly relation with the people of south with the north. It aids the people in the train to interact each other during the days they travel in the train.

According to me Himsagar Express is not a train but a bridge between the north and the south India. So if you are willing to discover something new then plan your journey today on Himsagar Express with Indian railway.

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