Ahmedabad to Haridwar Trains

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Ahmedabad to Haridwar Train Information

Distance
1201 kms
Duration
23h 18m
Trains During Day
1
Trains At Night
1

Online Train Ticket Booking from Ahmedabad to Haridwar

Looking to book Ahmedabad to Haridwar trains? Booking a train ticket from Ahmedabad to Haridwar is now easier than ever on redRail. Whether you want to check the timetable for Ahmedabad to Haridwar trains or find the train seat availability from Ahmedabad to Haridwar, redRail is one-stop for all train enquiries. Ahmedabad to Haridwar are two of the popular cities in India, and trains are considered as one of the most efficient and convenient ways to travel between these cities.

To book a train from Ahmedabad to Haridwar, all you need to do is to enter your travel details on the top of the page, choose from the list of trains available, check out the desired train seat availability, and proceed to train ticket booking by entering your details and paying the cost. You can then receive the confirmed tickets shortly. The easy-to-understand and adaptable interface, easy railway ticket booking process, and affordable train fare make redRail a great choice for those looking to book a Ahmedabad to Haridwar train.

There are 2 trains running from Ahmedabad to Haridwar covering an approximate distance of 1201 kms. While some trains run on a daily basis, others run weekly. A large number of travelers choose to reach Haridwar from Ahmedabad by train. The first train from Ahmedabad to Haridwar is YOGA EXPRESS (19031), departing at 10:50 from Ahmedabad Junction (ADI). OKHA DDN EXP (19565) is the fastest among the Ahmedabad to Haridwar Trains. It departs from Viramgam Junction (VG) at 18:02 and arrives at Haridwar (HW) at 16:20, covering the distance in just 22 hrs 8 mins. The last train from Ahmedabad to Haridwar is OKHA DDN EXP (19565), departing at 18:02 from Viramgam Junction (VG). You can get detailed information about Ahmedabad to Haridwar train timetable, availability, fare, running status, coach position, and PNR on redRail.

Daily Trains from Ahmedabad to Haridwar

YOGA EXPRESS (19031) departs daily from Ahmedabad at 10:50 and arrives at Haridwar at 11:23, covering the entire distance in 24 hrs 28 mins.

Weekly Trains from Ahmedabad to Haridwar

OKHA DDN EXP (19565) departs every Friday from Ahmedabad at 18:02 and arrives at Haridwar at 16:20, covering the entire distance in 22 hrs 8 mins.

Ahmedabad to Haridwar Train Ticket Price

If you are looking for affordable train tickets to travel from Ahmedabad to Haridwar, redRail is the best place to be. You can find numerous train tickets to choose from to suit your budget. The Ahmedabad to Haridwar train ticket price varies based on the journey date, the type of coach, and your preference. Passengers can travel from Ahmedabad to Haridwar on a desired date at a cost ranging from just ₹545 to ₹3560. The Cheapest price for the journey is ₹545.
Here are the cheapest train ticket prices from Ahmedabad to Haridwar for all classes:
ClassMinimum Price
1A₹3560
2A₹2100
3A₹1460
SL₹545

Ahmedabad to Haridwar Train Timings

One can find a large number of trains running from Ahmedabad to Haridwar. Hence, travelers need not worry about the train seat availability on the Ahmedabad to Haridwar route. The total time taken by different trains running from Ahmedabad to Haridwar can be different and passengers can choose the train based on their suitability. Boarding a train from Ahmedabad is extremely comfortable with the presence of various stations.

About Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad, also referred to as the Manchester of India, is the nation's leading cotton producer. Ahmed Shah, who established the modern city in the fourteenth century, is the origin of the name Ahmedabad. The previous name of the city was "Ashaval." It is known for its lively streets, rich cultural legacy, and growing economy. It is the largest city in Gujarat. Ahmedabad, which is one of the fastest-growing cities in India and is located along the banks of Sabarmati River, makes a substantial contribution to the industrial sector of the economy. The city's vivacious enthusiasm for Navratri is impossible to overlook.

About Haridwar

Haridwar, one of India's holiest cities, is a mesmerising blend of spirituality, heritage, and natural beauty. Situated along the banks of the sacred Ganges River in the state of Uttarakhand, it is a pilgrimage destination revered by millions. Haridwar is not just a religious hub but also a vibrant cultural centre. The evening Ganga Aarti casts a magical aura over the city. In fact, the city's name, "Haridwar," translates to "Gateway to God," and it lives up to its reputation. Visitors are greeted by the enchanting sight of ghats teeming with devotees performing ritualistic prayers and ceremonies.

Information About Haridwar Railway Station

The Haridwar Railway Station is probably the only railway station in the world with great religious and cultural importance. Haridwar is one of the seven holiest places in Hinduism and a major pilgrimage destination. It is located in the heart of Haridwar near the Har Ki Pauri ghat. It falls under the Moradabad Division of the Northern Railway zone. The station serves as a gateway for pilgrims visiting the holy city of Haridwar and the nearby religious sites like Rishikesh, Badrinath, and Kedarnath. Trains from Haridwar connect the city to major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Varanasi, and Amritsar. The railway station has all the essential facilities to cater to the needs of travellers. These include waiting halls, retiring rooms, refreshment stalls, bookshops, ATMs, and ticket counters. Haridwar Railway Station also has platforms with shelter roofs to comfort passengers.

Major Railway Stations between Ahmedabad and Haridwar

Trains running on the route between Ahmedabad and Haridwar make a 2-5 min stop at few major and minor stations such as Sabarmati Junction, Palanpur Junction, Abu Road, Falna (FA), Marwar Junction (MJ), Ajmer Junction (AII), Jaipur Junction (JP), Alwar Junction (AWR), Rewari Junction, Delhi Sarai Rohilla, Ghaziabad Junction, Meerut City Junction, Muzaffarnagar, Saharanpur Junction and Roorkee, before reaching its final destination at Haridwar Junction. These stations facilitate a smooth and convenient journey between the two cities.

Popular Places to Visit in Haridwar

Haridwar is known for its bustling bazaars, where you can indulge in local delicacies and buy religious artefacts and souvenirs. The city serves as a gateway to the Char Dham Yatra, a sacred journey covering Gangotri, Yamunotri, Badrinath, and Kedarnath. Haridwar's timeless charm and religious fervour make it a must-visit destination for seekers of tranquillity and cultural enthusiasts alike. Haridwar offers several attractions for visitors:

  • Har Ki Pauri: This spot is closely associated with Haridwar. One of the most well-known locations in Haridwar is the ghat. Lord Vishnu is thought to have left his imprint here, and bathing in the sacred Ganges at Har Ki Pauri is regarded as extremely lucky.
  • Mansa Devi Temple: Situated on top of the Bilwa Parvat on the Shivalik Hills, this temple is dedicated to Goddess Mansa Devi. You must either trek or take a cable car to reach the temple. The temple offers a scenic panoramic view of the city.
  • Bharat Mata Mandir: Dedicated to Mother India , this historical temple has political significance as it showcases a map of the Indian subcontinent carved out of marble.
  • Chandi Devi Temple: Another essential pilgrimage destination in Haridwar is the temple devoted to Goddess Chandi, situated on the well-known Neel Parvat. A short climb or a cable car ride will get you to the temple.
  • Rajaji National Park: This national park is a haven for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. It's home to diverse flora and fauna, including elephants, tigers, and various bird species.
  • Daksheshwar Mahadev Temple: There is a significant deal of mythological significance to this old Shiva temple. It is thought to be where Lord Shiva married his consort Sati.
  • Maya Devi Temple: One of the ancient temples in Haridwar, this temple of Goddess Maya Devi is famously believed to be the spot where the heart and navel of Goddess Sati fell.
  • Sapt Rishi Ashram and Sapt Sarovar: According to Hindu mythology, this is where seven sages (Sapt Rishis) meditated. It's a serene place near Har Ki Pauri, with a sacred pond (Sapt Sarovar) nearby.
  • Bhimgoda Tank: This tank is believed to have been created by the mighty Pandava prince Bhima by striking the ground with his knee, is a famous spot amongst travellers. You should visit this place ideally in the evening.
  • Shanti Kunj: Founded by Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya, this ashram is a spiritual organisation. You can go here to practise yoga and meditation to instil peace and harmony in your busy life.

Connectivity from Haridwar

There are frequent trains from the Haridwar Junction Railway Station to Delhi, which takes four to five hours, Dehradun, which takes an hour, and Rishikesh, which takes around an hour. A good road network connects Haridwar to other cities. The road network in Uttarakhand may be the finest and most accessible form of transportation because of the state's poor air and train connectivity. Haridwar is easily accessible via taxis and buses operated by many companies.

Nearby Airports

Haridwar is served by the Jolly Grant Airport (DED) in Dehradun located in Dehradun approximately 38 kilometres away. Flights from this airport are operated by Air India, SpiceJet, IndiGo and Vistara, and are outbound to major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, and Bengaluru.

Nearby Major Stations

Haridwar is well-connected to the rest of the country via an extensive railway network. However, the place remains bustling with tourists all year round. You must book your tickets in advance using the redRail app by redBus. You can choose from multiple boarding and deboarding points near Haridwar using the redRail app. Some options near Haridwar are Rishikesh Railway Station, Dehradun Railway Station, Laksar Junction and Roorkee Railway Station.

Best Time to Visit Destination City

The best time to visit Haridwar is during the winter months when the weather is pleasant and suitable for outdoor activities and religious ceremonies. However, you should avoid peak winters as it can get freezing cold. Summers can be hot and humid, but one can still do most activities. It is not advised to travel during the rainy season.

Bus from Ahmedabad to Haridwar

If your train ticket is not confirmed, need not worry. Alternatively, you can travel by bus from Ahmedabad to Haridwar through redBus bus booking app. Book now!

FAQs

How many trains run from Ahmedabad to Haridwar?
There are 2 trains that run from Ahmedabad to Haridwar route. Some trains run on a daily basis. On the other hand, some trains run weekly and can be booked in advance. You can find the list of available trains when you enter the travel date while looking to book a train from Ahmedabad to Haridwar.
How can I book a train from Ahmedabad to Haridwar?
You can make an online train ticket booking from Ahmedabad to Haridwar by entering the travel details like source, destination, and date of travel. From the list of available trains on the mentioned date, you can choose the most suitable one and check the seat availability. After this, you can continue to pay and wait to receive your train booking confirmation.
How many days in advance can I make a railway reservation?
Advance railway reservation generally opens 120 days before the date of journey. This excludes the date of the journey. So, you can start checking the seat availability during the period of 120 days and make a booking in advance.
What is the maximum number of passengers I can reserve the seats for in a single train ticket booking from Ahmedabad to Haridwar?
A maximum of 6 seats can be booked in a single train ticket booking. Also, 2 children who are below 5 years of age are allowed with the ticket, but tickets will not be generated for them. Therefore, if you are booking a Tatkal ticket from Ahmedabad to Haridwar, you can reserve seats for a maximum of 4 passengers.
Which documents are required for online railway reservation from Ahmedabad to Haridwar?
When making a railway ticket booking, you do not require any special travel documents and only need to fill up the details required. However, during the train journey, you will need to carry valid ID proof such as Aadhar, Voter ID, Driving License, Pan Card, Passport etc..
How many railway stations are there in Ahmedabad?
There are 10 stations in Ahmedabad.
How many railway stations are there in Haridwar?
There are 1 stations in Haridwar.
How to get the cheapest train tickets from Ahmedabad to Haridwar?
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