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Anga Express

Anga Express Yeshvantpur(Bangalore) to Bhagalpur Route map

The Anga Express is a train connecting Bhagalpur (BGP) the second largest city of Bihar to Yeswanthpur (YPR) in Bangalore, via Munger's Jamalpur Junction, Kolkata's Howrah station, Bhubaneswar and Vijayawada.

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It is a weekly train form Bhagalpur to Bangalore via Jamalpur(Munger), Kolkata and Bhubaneshwar.

History

The Anga Express was introduced because of the growing demand for a train service from the Anga region of India to the IT capital of India, Bangalore. Many of the software professionals working in Bangalore were from the districts of Munger and Bhagalpur. Prior to the Anga Express, they used to travel to Bangalore on the Sanghamithra Express or the Howrah-Yeshvantpur express.

Stops

12254 Down Service - Bhagalpur to Yesvantur Anga Express (on Wednesdays) Stations

12253 Up Service - Yesvantpur to Bhagalpur Anga Express (on Saturdays)

  1. ^ http://www.indianrail.gov.in/cgi_bin/inet_trnnum_cgi.cgi
  2. ^ http://indiarailinfo.com/train/2459
  3. ^ http://www.indianrail.gov.in/cgi_bin/inet_trnnum_cgi.cgi
  4. ^ http://indiarailinfo.com/train/2452/1/997


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