Enter valid five digit Train Number of the train in which he/she is going to travel in the search above and click on 'Get Train Running Status' button. A new page will be opened with more detailed information about your queried train number. At the top of that page you will find a search box that requests you to provide details about he/she journey station and journey day.
Enter your journey station and journey day and click on 'Get Train Running Status' button. A new page will show you the current location of your train from the station you are starting. It will also let you know about train's expected arrival and expected departure time at your station.
To track your train current status, it is essential that you to fill all the info in a right way at step 2. The main confusing option is to select journey day.
Spot Your Train running status for Indian Railway trains means the exact location of any train and its real time delay status. It may also include the estimated arrival of the train at any particular station en-route.Checking the Spot of your train Status are "Last Reported Location" and "Estimated Time of Arrival.If you use Spot your Train you don’t reach early for a delayed train, you know the time you will reach your destination, you know the cities/towns through which you pass, and you know when/what your next station is.
There are three ways are available to check your PNR Status. These are
The Indian Railways is national railway system, and it is the oldest and most respected travel in the country. The native name of Indian Railways is Bhartiya rail and it is Public sector. The Indian Railways is founded on 8 May 1845 (172 years ago). Headquarters of the Indian Railways is in New Delhi, India. The Indian Railways are first forms of transport and the need of travelling long distances. The Indian Railways is connecting several cities, districts, states and regions to one another. The Indian Railway System is the largest in the world railway system. The more number of trains are available in Indian Railways.
Toy Trains :The name of the Toy Trains is taken from childhood memories of joy rides. The Toy Trains is also called as Hill Trains. The Toy Trains railway lines run through the mountains to India’s hill stations. The few of Toy Trains are like Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, Nilgiri Mountain Railway, Kalka–Shimla Railway, Kangra Valley Railway and Matheran Hill Railway.
Bullet Trains :The name of Bullet Trains is referred high-speed trains of Japan. The Bullet Trains are also High-speed rail is a type of rail transport. Therefore the Bullet Trains services are major commercial cities like Mumbai – Ahmadabad & Bangalore – Mysore. The Bullet Trains are used to connect the various cities in India.
Passenger Trains :Passenger trains are most useful trains for the people, and travels number of people from one place another place. The number of Passenger trains is available in Indian railway network. The some of the Passenger trains are like local trains, express trains, inter- city trains, inter city, metro trains, etc.
Local Trains :The Local Trains are available major commercial cities in India. There are many local Trains and these are most useful for passengers, it reduces the travelling time and money for passengers.
Semi High Speed Train :The Semi high-speed rail (HSR) is an international standard. The speeds of the Semi high-speed rail an exceeding 200 km/h (120 mph). The Gatimaan Express is the present fastest train in India with speed of 160 km/h (99 mph). Delhi-Agra route is the India’s first semi-high speed train.
Express Trains :Express Trains are also known as Mail-Express Trains. Service of Indian Regular Express rail express where there is overlapping local train service available, and run local at the tail ends of the line. The Regular Express Trains are avoiding a few stops, therefore it has limited stops. The Express Trains are like Shatabdi Express, Rajdhani Express, etc.
Shatabdi Express :The Indian Railways operated Shatabdi Express trains as fast as Passenger Trains. The Shatabdi Express Trains are called as Superfast Train in India. Shatabdi Express is a day-trains and they return to the station of origin the same day.
Jan Shatabdi :Jan Shatabdi is the Express train is similar to Shatabdi Express Train and it is more affordable variety of train. The Jan Shatabdi Train has both CC AC and non-AC classes. The maximum speed of the Jan Shatabdi Train is 130 km/h.
Metro Trains : The Metro Trains are developing in major cities like Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Kerala, Bangalore and Hyderabad, etc. Most of the Metro Trains are increasing of travel in the busiest areas. Therefore the Metro Trains are reducing the traffic and time for the passengers.
Garib Rath :The Indian Railways started by GaribRath Train and it is fully air conditioned train. The maximum speed of the GaribRath Train is 130 km/h and these Runs on long distance routes. It is more speeds of the express trains for and also all these services are within a lesser fare.
Goods Carrier Trains :Goods Carrier Trains to transport cargo as opposed to human passengers. The Goods Carrier Trains are transport large amount of goods including coal, fish, vegetables, etc. The Service of Goods Carrier Trains is specially designed for moving heavy goods in a fast, reliable and cost effective manner.