INDIAN RAILWAYS::name the train which crosses the largest number of states??
Asked by krish, 07 May '10 10:09 pm
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The Himsagar Express (between Kanyakumari and Jammu Tawi).Answered by joyoti sen, 07 May '10 10:12 pm
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Himsagar Express moves through nine states of India including Kerala, Maharashtra, Delhi, Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir. Taking halts at 77 stations, this legendary train runs on weekly basis from both Jammu Tawi and Kanyakumari. The train is serving the 4 railway zones incorporating Southern Railways, South Central Railways, Central Railways and Northern Railways of India.Answered by QueSera Sera, 07 May '10 10:21 pm
The 6687/6688 Navyug express between Mangalore and Jammu Tawi crosses the largest number of states (Karnataka, Kerala, TN, AP, Maharashtra, MP, UP, Rajasthan, Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh (just a few km between Ghiala Halt and Chakki Bank), and Jammu & Kashmir).Answered by KARTIKAY SHARMA, 07 May '10 10:39 pm
Mangalore and Jammu Tawi crosses the largest number of states (Karnataka, Kerala, TN, ... Note 2: The 2521/2522 Ernakulam-Barauni crosses the maximum number of zonesAnswered by Oberoi, 07 May '10 10:19 pm