We boarded the train at around 9 in the morning from Ludhiana Station. The train was on time and had a stoppage of 5 minutes at Ludhiana Junction. This train has less stoppages on its route and is a direct train to Sri Hazur Sahib, Nanded. Also, it takes lesser time to reach the destination unlike other trains such as Amritsar Dadar Express. Well it was at the end of June, and monsoons could be at their extremes, so we travelled in sleeper class. Since there were many people, we never realised when the long journey of 26 hours came to an end. On entering Maharashtra, scenic beauties of the plateaus, large grasslands, ghats become quite common. The Madhya Pradesh region however, which is not a smooth area, was covered during the night, hence, making it comfortable for us. Vada pav at any Maharashtra Station is very famous and delicious too, while on reaching Manmad junction, you could have your bite on Chana-kulcha or Puri-Chana too. There's no shortage of refreshments. Kids would be very busy munching different snacks time and again. The train has a clean and large pantry car and clean toilets.