Mumbai to Katra Trains

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Mumbai to Katra Train Information

Distance
1915 kms
Duration
31h 25m
Trains During Day
2
Trains At Night
0

Online Train Ticket Booking from Mumbai to Katra

Looking to book Mumbai to Katra trains? Booking a train ticket from Mumbai to Katra is now easier than ever on redRail. Whether you want to check the timetable for Mumbai to Katra trains or find the train seat availability from Mumbai to Katra, redRail is one-stop for all train enquiries. Mumbai to Katra 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 Mumbai to Katra, 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 Mumbai to Katra train.

There are 2 trains running from Mumbai to Katra covering an approximate distance of 1915 kms. While some trains run on a daily basis, others run weekly. A large number of travelers choose to reach Katra from Mumbai by train. The first train from Mumbai to Katra is SWARAJ EXPRESS (12471), departing at 11:00 from Bandra Terminus (BDTS). SWARAJ EXPRESS (12471) is the fastest among the Mumbai to Katra Trains. It departs from Bandra Terminus (BDTS) at 11:00 and arrives at Jammu Tawi (JAT) at 14:50, covering the distance in just 27 hrs 45 mins. The last train from Mumbai to Katra is JAT VIVEK EXP (19027), departing at 12:00 from Bandra Terminus (BDTS). You can get detailed information about Mumbai to Katra train timetable, availability, fare, running status, coach position, and PNR on redRail.

Weekly Trains from Mumbai to Katra

JAT VIVEK EXP (19027) departs every Saturday from Mumbai at 12:00 and arrives at Katra at 23:05, covering the entire distance in 35 hrs 5 mins.

Daily Trains from Mumbai to Katra

There is no daily train between Mumbai and Katra.

Mumbai to Katra Train Ticket Price

If you are looking for affordable train tickets to travel from Mumbai to Katra, redRail is the best place to be. You can find numerous train tickets to choose from to suit your budget. The Mumbai to Katra train ticket price varies based on the journey date, the type of coach, and your preference.

Mumbai to Katra Train Timings

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

About Katra City

Katra is a small town located in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It is situated in the foothills of the Trikuta Mountains and is primarily known as the base camp for the famous Vaishno Devi shrine, one of the most visited pilgrimage sites in India.

Every year, millions of devotees visit the Vaishno Devi temple to seek blessings of the Hindu goddess Vaishno Devi. The temple is situated on top of a hill, and the pilgrimage involves a steep climb of around 13 kilometers from Katra to the temple. Visitors can walk the distance or use pony, palanquin, or helicopter services for the journey.

Apart from the Vaishno Devi temple, Katra has several other religious and tourist attractions. Some of the popular places to visit in and around Katra include the Bhairavnath temple, the Banganga temple, and the Ardh Kuwari cave.

Katra is also known for its scenic beauty and offers a peaceful environment to visitors. The town has several hotels and lodges that cater to the needs of the pilgrims and tourists. The local cuisine of Katra is also quite popular, with delicacies such as rajma chawal, kulcha chole, and Kashmiri pulao being some of the must-try dishes.

Places to Visit in Katra City

Katra is a beautiful hill station that is particularly famous for the Hindu religious shrines and temples near it. To enjoy the true essence of Katra, take a Mumbai to Katra train, and visit some of the most beautiful tourist places nearby, such as:

Vaishno Devi Temple

Devoted to the worship of Goddess Mahalaxmi, the Vaishno Devi temple is located at a height of 5300 ft and is one of India's most popular Hindu shrines. Located in the Trikuta mountain of Jammu and Kashmir, the temple has to be reached by trek, horses, Palanquin or even electric vehicles.

Distance from Katra: 13 km

Nau Devi Cave Temple

This ethereal temple is located en route to Shivkhori. As the name suggests, the temple is devoted to the worship of 9 naturally sculpted goddesses donned in silver crowns. The temple is almost 200 years old and offers amazing scenic views. As the sunsets and the last looming rays fall on the temple and the mountains surrounding it, the view is just divine.

Distance from Katra: 10 km

Baba Dhansar

Filled with mythical stories and beliefs, Baba Dhansar is a holy shrine dedicated to the worship of Lord Shiva. To visit the Shrine, one must visit the Karau Jheel in Karau village, near Katra town.

Distance from Katra: 17 km

Shivkhori

The thrilling entrance of this natural cave draws in a lot of tourists. The cave is almost 200 m in length, whereas the width is a metre and the height is barely 3 metres. At the end of the cave is a naturally sculpted Shiv Linga. If you are up for an exciting adventure, You must visit Shivkhori. You can also visit the place during the famous celebration of Shivratri, when the temple is visited by thousands of devotees every year.

Distance from Katra: 80 km

Patnitop

Situated at the height of 6640 ft, Patnitop is a magnificent hill station that you can easily reach via the Jammu Srinagar Highway. The route from Katra to Patnitop is lovely, and it looks even more heavenly during the winter when it snows. Here, you can indulge in a lot of winter sports activities like skiing, trekking and paragliding. Other notable places to visit near Patnitop are Mantalai and Nathantop.

Distance from Katra: 84 km

Major Railway Stations in Mumbai to Katra Train Journey

The Mumbai to Katra distance by train is 2029 km, and around 15 major stations fall on the Mumbai to Katra train route. The stations are:

  • Borivali (BVI)
  • Surat (ST)
  • Vadodara Junction (BRC)
  • Anand Junction (ANND)
  • Ahmedabad Junction (ADI)
  • Palanpur Junction (PNU)
  • Marwar Junction (MJ)
  • Jodhpur Junction (JU)
  • Ratangarh Junction (RTGH)
  • Sadulpur Junction (SDLP)
  • Hisar Junction (HSR)
  • Ludhiana Junction (LDH)
  • Jalandhar Cantt. Junction (JRC)
  • Pathankot Cantonment (PTKC)
  • Kathua (KTHU)

You can check the Mumbai to Katra train route map on the redRail app. Also, make it a point to check all the Mumbai to Katra train stops before getting off the train for any reason.

Nearest Metro Station to the Railway station

For Mumbai

Every Mumbaikar knows how dreadful Mumbai jams are, and if you fall into one of those, there is a high probability of missing your train. Thankfully for the metros, Mumbai is well connected. The Metro station nearest to Bandra Terminus is the Chakala JB Nagar Metro station.

This is the easiest and most hassle-free way to commute to Bandra station for your Mumbai to Katra train. Of course, there are other transportation means too, but they are comparatively costly.

For Katra

There is no metro connectivity in Katra yet. So, the best way to travel within Katra is by taking a bus or a cab.

FAQs

How many trains run from Mumbai to Katra?
There are 2 trains that run from Mumbai to Katra 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 Mumbai to Katra.
How can I book a train from Mumbai to Katra?
You can make an online train ticket booking from Mumbai to Katra 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 Mumbai to Katra?
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 Mumbai to Katra, you can reserve seats for a maximum of 4 passengers.
Which documents are required for online railway reservation from Mumbai to Katra?
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 Mumbai?
There are 29 stations in Mumbai.
How many railway stations are there in Katra?
There are 2 stations in Katra.
How to get the cheapest train tickets from Mumbai to Katra?
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