Bagra Tawa

Bagra Tawa is a village in Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh State of India.

The Bagra Tawa railway station of the village lies on the Jabalpur - Itarsi railway line of Western Central Railway Zone of Indian Railway.

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Coordinates: 22°38′N 78°00′E / 22.633°N 78.000°E

Anuppur Junction railway station

Anuppur Junction railway station is a railway station in Anuppur town of Anuppur district in Madhya Pradesh. The station code of Anuppur Junction is 'APR'. It has four platforms. It comes under Bilaspur railway division of South East Central Railway Zone. It is on the Allahabad-Jabalpur section and connects to Katni-Bilaspur line and Katni-Ambikapur line.

Bagra

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Bagra Tawa a village in Madhya Pradesh, India (sometimes called only as Bagra)

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Bagra Tawa railway station

Bagra Tawa is a railway station in Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh.

Bagra Tawa is a railway station on Jabalpur - Itarsi railway line. under West Central Railway zone of Indian Railway, which falls under administrative preview of Jabalpur Division of Railways. The station came into existence in when during 1869-71, the Itarsi to Jabalpur lines were built by Great Indian Peninsula Railway.

The train passes through a tunnel near Bagra Tawa and then crosses the bridge over Tawa River few kilometers down from village. The Tawa Dam is located nearby the station.

The station code is 'BGTA'. The immediate preceding station while coming from Itarsi junction is Sontalai and towards Jabalpur side is Guramkhedi.

Bamnia railway station

Bamnia railway station is a small railway station in Jhabua district, Madhya Pradesh. Its code is BMI. It serves Bamnia village. The station consists of three platforms. It lacks many facilities including water and sanitation. Passenger, MEMU, Express, and Superfast trains halt here.

Betul railway station

Betul railway station is a railway station serving Betul town and district of Madhya Pradesh State of India. It is under Nagpur railway division of Central Railway Zone of Indian Railways. It is connected to the broad gauge Delhi–Chennai (Grand Trunk) line of the Indian rail network, which is between with new and old Capital of Madhya Pradesh, viz Bhopal and Nagpur.

It is located at 643 m above sea level and has three platforms. As of 2016, an electrified double broad gauge railway line exists and at this station, 89 trains stop with 2 originating and 2 terminating trains. Nagpur Airport is at distance of 155 kilometers.

Bina Junction railway station

Bina Junction railway station is a railway junction in Madhya Pradesh that is part of the West Central Railway Bhopal division. Bina Junction serves Bina City along with the surrounding areas of Bundelkhand and Malwa.

Bina Junction has six platforms.

Trains leave Bina Junction in four directions: towards Delhi, Mumbai, Prayag Raj formerly known as Allahbad, and Jaipur. Important trains passing through

The line serves important stations for both goods as well as passenger express and mail trains. The important trains include :

Bhopal―Rewa Rewanchal Express

Bhopal―Bilaspur Express

Bhopal―Howrah Exp.(via Singrauli)

Bhopal/ Bina―Itarsi Vindhyachal Express

Bhopal―Lucknow Express

Bhopal―Damoh Rajyarani Intercity Express

Singrauli –Bhopal Overnight Express

Singrauli –Nizamuddin(via katni–malkhedi) Express

Indore―Howrah Shipra Express

Indore―Jabalpur Intercity(via Malkhedi–Guna)Exp.

Indore―Rewa(via Bina–katni)Exp.

Indore―Darbhanga Exp.(via Bina–Katni–Patna)

Indore―Varanasi(Benaras)(via Bina–khajuraho)Vishwanath Express

Jabalpur―Rajkot(Somnath)(Via Bina)Express

Jabalpur―Hazrat Nizamuddin MP Express(via malkhedi)

Jabalpur―Hazrat Nizamuddin Gondwana(via malkhedi)Express..

Jabalpur – Jaipur Express (via malkhedi)

Jabalpur―JammuTawi Durgavati Exp.(via malkhedi)

Jabalpur–Atari (Amritsar)Spl.Express

Jabalpur―Dehradun Shri Nanda Devi Express(via katni–bina)

Jaipur―Durg Express(via malkhedi)

Ajmer―Durg(via Bina–Bilaspur)Express

Bhagat ki kothi(Jodhpur)―Vishakhapattanam (via Jaipur–Bina–Raipur)MADHYA Bharat Express

Jammu Tawi–Durg(via Bina–Bilaspur) Express

Lokmanya Tilak Terminus(Mumbai)―Varanasi Kamayani Express

Puri―Haridwar Kalinga utkal Express

Amritsar―Vishakhapattanam Hirakund Express

Udaipur City―Shalimar Express

Ajmer―Kolkata Express

Bikaner-Puri Exp.Jagannath Exp.

Bilaspur/Durg -Firozpur Antyodaya Express

Bikaner–Bilaspur(via Jaipur-bina-katni) Express

Jaipur—Shalimar(Kolkata)(Via bina-bilaspur)Jaisingh(spl.fare)exp

Bhuj–Shalimar (Kolkata)(via bina-bilaspur) Kachcha Express

Ahmedabad–Patna(via ujjain-bina-allahabad) Weekly Express

Ahmedabad—Kolkata(chitpur)(via ajmer-bhopal-bina-singrauli-dhanbad)weekly exp

Bina–Katni 505 Passenger

Damoh―Kota Passenger

Jabalpur–Kota (via katni–bina) Marble Exp.

Bina—Jhansi―Lucknow fast Pass.

Bina―Damoh Passenger

Bina―Katni/Chopan/Shaktinagar Passenger

Bina―Chirimiri fast Passenger

Bina—Naini(Allahabad)Mela Spl.Passenger

Bina—Jabalpur Slip Express

Bina—Delhi Sarai rohilla—ashoknagar Pilgrim spl. exp.

Khajuraho―Bhopal Mahamana Exp.

Khajuraho―Indore Orchha Exp.

Rewa―Bhopal Spl.fare Exp.

Habibganj―Rewa AC Exp.

Habibganj—Santragachi(Kolkata)Humsafar Express

Bhagat ki kothi(Jodhpur)―Tambram (Chennai) Humsafar Express

Burhanpur railway station

Burhanpur railway station is a main railway station in Burhanpur district, Madhya Pradesh. Its code is BAU. It serves Burhanpur city. The station consists of two platforms.

Gadarwara

Gadarwara is a city and a municipality since 1867 in Narsinghpur district in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India Gadarwara is the largest city of Narsinghpur District with a population of 90,750 in 2011.

Goddess Bijasen Temple, Ram Mandir, Badi Mata Temple, Marhai Mata Temple, Jain Temple and few Islamic Shrines are present in the city. The city's major temple, Damru Ghaanti, with its large statue of Shiva and Shivalinga, receives thousands of devotees each year for the festival of Mahashivaratri.

Gadarwara is the childhood home of Osho (Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh) and has become a tourist destination for American, Australian and European pilgrims as well as Indians. There is a small ashram and a few spots associated with his early life.

Gadarwara railway station

Gadarwara railway station is a railway station serving Gadarwara town, in Narsinghpur district of Madhya Pradesh state of India.

Kareli, Madhya Pradesh

Kareli is a city and a Nagar Palika in Narsinghpur District in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.

Before the construction of the Bina-Katni branch of the Indian Midland Railway, the metaled road from Saugor crossing the Nerbudda at Barmhan brought the bulk of the produce of the Sagar District to Kareli station. A mail cart ran from Kareli to Sagar, a distance of 122 km (76 mi). The trade of Kareli has now considerably declined, but it is still the .exporting station for the southern parts of the Rehli tahsil of Sagar and the north of Narsinghpur. A cotton-ginning factory, the property of Raja Gokul Das, was opened in 1904.This still is a nearest rail station and market for important towns of Sagar Districts.

Kutch Gurjar Kshatriyas contributions to the Indian railways

The Kutch Gurjar Kshatriyas (KGK) contributions to the Indian railways were widespread from the late 1850s to the latest reorganization of the Indian Railways infrastructure in 2003–2006. The community also widely known as Mistris of Kutch (or Mistry) migrated from Kutch to perform the work and were involved in the laying down of railway tracks and construction of rail bridges in almost all railway routes of undivided British India.

Maihar railway station

Maihar railway station is a railway station serving Maihar town, in Satna district of Madhya Pradesh State of India. It is under Jabalpur railway division of West Central Railway Zone of Indian Railways. It is located on Katni-Satna main line of the Indian Railways.

It is located at 353 m above sea level and has three platforms. As of 2016, electrified of existing double Broad Gauge railway line is in progress and at this station, 60 trains stops. Khajuraho Airport, is at distance of 111 kilo meters.

Narsinghpur railway station

Narsinghpur railway station is a railway station serving Narsinghpur city, in Narsinghpur district of Madhya Pradesh State of India. It is under Jabalpur railway division of West Central Railway Zone of Indian Railways. It is located on Jabalpur-Itarsi main line of the Indian Railways.

It is located at 353 m above sea level and has two platforms. As of 2018, electrification of existing double Broad Gauge railway line is completed and at this station, 85 trains stops.

"Survey of new rail line Chhindwara-Kareli-Sagour Rail line is in progress. This will help in connecting Villages of Chhindwara, Narsinghpur And Sagar Districts and Help in the Development of Satpura, Mahakaushal and Bundelkhand Area respectively as a whole. This will provide and alternative North South Route Via Lalitpur-Sagar-Narsinghpur-Chhindwara-Nagpur route alternative to Bina-Bhopal-Itarsi-Amla-Betul-Nagpur route thereby decreasing the distance between North South by nearly 300 km. Kareli Railway Station will serve as an alternative to Itarsi Junction. This railway line will help in connecting Itarsi-Narsinghpur-Jabalpur-katni stretch and Itarsi - Bhopal-Bina-Saugor-Katni stretch of West Central Railways. Recently CCEA also Sanctioned Gadarwara-Indore new rail line via Budni. These two rail lines in combination will reduce the distance of State's Financial Capital Indore from District like Jabalpur, Narsinghpur, Hoshangabad, Sagar, Chhindwara which will help in industrial and economic development of these regions"

. Jabalpur Airport, is at distance of 95 km.

Pipariya railway station

Pipariya railway station is a railway station serving Pipariya town, in Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh State of India. It is under Jabalpur railway division of West Central Railway Zone of Indian Railways. It is located on Katni-Satna main line of the Indian Railways.

It is located at 339 m above sea level and has three platforms. As of 2016, electrified of existing double Broad Gauge railway line is in progress and at this station, 89 trains stops. Bhopal Airport, is at distance of 126 kilometers.

Ruda Ladha Chawra

Seth Ruda Ladha Chawra, Rai Saheb (1884–1948) was a noted railway contractor and Kutchi industrialist, who established himself at Bagra, India.

Shahdol railway station

Shahdol railway station is a railway station in Shahdol town of Shahdol district in Madhya Pradesh. Station Code of Shahdol is 'SDL'. It has three platforms. It comes under Bilaspur railway division of South East Central Railway Zone. It is on the Allahabad-Jabalpur section.

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