" Discover the exciting destinations of India, waiting to be explored with the help of world's largest network-Indian railways. A integral part of India, where Nature is at her very best. Below are some important links to check the schedule and the availability of the trains not only within India but worldwide as well. "
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Passenger Current Status ( http://www.indianrail.gov.in/pnr_Enq.html )
Travelling on an Indian train is a reason to travel all by itself. India’s rail network is one of the world’s most extensive and the prices are very reasonable. Bookings open 90 days before departure and seats fill up quickly – an estimated 17 to 20 million people travel by train in India every day. So if you have a route mapped out and dates locked in, you can book your train tickets before you even arrive in the country. Here’s the lowdown on how to do it
Some pointers about trains and classes
• Trains and seats come in a variety of classes and not all classes are available on every train.
• Express and mail trains usually have general (2nd class) compartments with unreserved seating and more comfortable compartments that you can reserve.
• Shatabdi express trains are same-day services with seating only, in AC Chair and Executive Chair cars.
• Rajdhani express trains are long-distance overnight services between Delhi and state capitals with a choice of 1AC, 2AC, 3AC and 2nd class.
• New to the rails are eight women-only trains, which service New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata.
• Some cities also have suburban train networks, but these are very crowded during peak hours.
• In the higher sleeper categories bedding is provided but it doesn’t hurt to bring your own.
• In all classes, a padlock and a length of chain are useful for securing your luggage to the baggage racks.
Air-Conditioned First Class (1AC): The most expensive class of train travel; two-or four-berth compartments with locking doors and meals included.
Air-Conditioned 2-Tier (2AC): Two-tier berths arranged in groups of four and two in an open-plan carriage. The bunks convert to seats by day and there are curtains for some semblance of privacy.
Air-Conditioned 3-Tier (3AC): Three-tier berths arranged in groups of six in an open-plan carriage; no curtains.
AC Executive Chair: Comfortable, reclining chairs and plenty of space; usually found on Shatabdi express trains.
Sleeper Class: Open plan carriages with three-tier bunks and no AC; but the open windows afford great views.
Unreserved 2nd Class: Wooden or plastic seats and a lot of people – but cheap!