Here is an important update for the people of India especially those who travel by train. Recently, the Indian Railways announced that the Rani Kamlapati-Jabalpur Vande Bharat Express will be extended which means the Vande Bharat train will travel to Rewa. Yes, the Rani Kamlapati-Jabalpur Vande Bharat Express which used to travel between Satna and Rani Kamlapati, will also go to Rewa. Since this news broke out, people have been curiously taking over the internet in order to seek details of Rani Kamlapati-Jabalpur Vande Bharat Express’s route. The extended route of Rani Kamlapati-Jabalpur Vande Bharat Express will be followed from Monday, October 16, 2023. In the following sections, we have explained more details about it. Continue reading this article.
Yes, it is confined that Rani Kamlapati-Jabalpur Vande Bharat Express has been extended from the capital of Madhya Pradesh to Katni, Maihar, and Satna of Mahakaushal are of MP. This change came in order to save time for the commuters traveling between the cities. Kindly note that Rani Kamlapati-Jabalpur Vande Bharat Express will not operate all seven days of the week. The train will be not in use six days a week except on Tuesday.
On Monday, Rani Kamlapati-Jabalpur Vande Bharat Express, train number 20173 will start its journey from Rani Kamlapati to Rewa at 3:30 pm. The train will reach Narmadapuram at 4:18 pm, Itarsi at 4.45 pm, Pipariya at 5.28 pm, Narsinghpur at 6.28 pm, Jabalpur at 7.50 pm, Katni at 9.10 pm, Maihar at 10 pm, Satna at 10.30 pm and the last station of the route Rewa at 11.30 pm. The return train from Rewa will depart the station at 5:30 am, which will reach Satna at 6:10 am, Maihar at 6:40 am, Katni at 7.28 am, Jabalpur at 8.35 am, Narsinghpur at 9.40 am, Pipariya at 10.40 am, Itarsi at 11.40 am, Narmadapuram at 12.08 pm, and the final station of the route Rani Kamlapati station at 1.30 pm.
It is also said that the Rani Kamalapati-Jabalpur Vande Bharat Express will connect the central region of Madhya Pradesh (Bhopal) to the Mahakaushal region (Jabalpur). Furthermore, The Vande Bharat train will take 30 min less than the current fastest train on the route. The Vande Bharat Trains are known for their semi-high-speed service. The first Vande Bharat train was launched in February 2019 from Delhi to Varanasi. As of now, a total of 68 Vande Bharat train services are running throughout the country. It is expected that the Vande Bharat train will redefine passenger expectations and enhance their overall train experience.