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Updated January 4th, 2024 at 16:42 IST

Delhi-Ayodhya Vande Bharat train arrives at Ayodhya Cantonment for the first time | Watch

The Vande Bharat train departed from Delhi's Anand Vihar station at 6:10 am and reached Ayodhya around 2:35 pm through Kanpur and Lucknow.

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Ayodhya: The Vande Bharat Express running between Delhi and Ayodhya arrived at the Ayodhya Cantonment railway station for the first time on January 4. 

The train departed from Delhi's Anand Vihar railway station today at 6:10 am and reached Ayodhya around 2:35 pm through Kanpur and Lucknow.  

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VIDEO | Vande Bharat Express, running between Delhi and Ayodhya, arrives at #Ayodhya Cantonment railway station for the first time. pic.twitter.com/Yv3U185eHO

— Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) January 4, 2024

The Vande Bharat Express aims to distinguish itself by offering competitive fares compared to renowned trains like Shatabdi and Tejas Express. The executive class fare is set at Rs 2595, surpassing Shatabdi’s Anubhuti class coach. 

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However, concerns arise about potential passenger reluctance due to the relatively expensive fares. On January 4, the chair car fare from Lucknow to Anand Vihar is Rs 1,410, while the executive class is Rs 2,595.

The Delhi-Ayodhya Vande Bharat train will run for six days a week except for Wednesdays.  

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Published January 4th, 2024 at 16:42 IST

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