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Railway Buzz: 11 Vande Bharat Trains Geared Up for India vs Australia Clash in World Cup Final

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One of the most popular sports in the world is cricket, and India has an unrivaled passion for the game. The enthusiastic sports fans in the nation look forward to seeing their team compete in every competition, especially the World Cup. India is hosting the Cricket World Cup, an event that only happens once every four years. India, which has won every match in the competition, takes on Australia in today’s final match to win the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 Trophy.

Due to the extra rush before the highly anticipated Cricket World Cup 2023 final between Australia and India, which is scheduled to take place at Narendra Modi Stadium today, Western Railway (WR) is operating extra Vande Bharat Special trains between Mumbai Central and Ahmedabad. Eleven trains operate in total between the two states.

Special Vande Bharat Trains Traveling From Ahmedabad to Mumbai

On Sunday, November 19, at 5.15 am, Train No. 09035 Mumbai Central-Ahmedabad Vande Bharat Superfast Special will leave Mumbai Central and arrive in Ahmedabad at 10.40 am on the same day. In the same way, on Monday, November 20, at 2:00 am, Train No. 09036 Ahmedabad-Mumbai Central Superfast Special would leave Ahmedabad and arrive at Mumbai Central at 07.25 am.

There will be stops for this train at Borivali, Surat, and Vadodara. There will be eight coaches on this train, including executive and AC chair cars. All PRS counters and the IRCTC website are accepting reservations for the aforementioned trains.

Special Train for the World Cup Final from Delhi to Ahmedabad

A special World Cup 2023 cricket train left New Delhi on Saturday in anticipation of the momentous match. It was bound for Ahmedabad. At 5 p.m., the train left the New Delhi Railway Station. In the midst of a massive influx of people heading to Ahmedabad to see the match, this train is being operated to accommodate the passengers. Due to the fact that most trains still have waiting lists and that plane tickets cost between $20,000 and $40,000, the Indian government and railways decided to take this action.

 Less than those of the preceding airfare, the seat costs were fixed. Sleeper rates were set at Rs 620 for each birth and Rs 1525 for the 3AC economy. First AC was estimated to cost Rs 3490, and 3AC to cost Rs 1665. The train arrived in Ahmedabad early on Sunday. The train from Ahmedabad to Delhi will depart at 2:30 am following the game.

Taushif Patel
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Taushif Patel is a Author and Entrepreneur with 20 years of media industry experience. He is the co-founder of Target Media and publisher of INSPIRING LEADERS Magazine, Director of Times Applaud Pvt. Ltd.

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