Rail zipping at Verna(Goa)

On the Love for Indian-Railways!

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I have always found rail travel fascinating. I quickly put some footage I had together and made a short video showcasing my love for the window seat on Indian Railways.

Let me know what you think about the love for rail travel?

Here are some images from earlier posts on rail travel

A train hustling through at Yelahanka (Bangalore-India)
A train hustling through at Yelahanka (Bangalore-India)
Railways crossing through verdant scenery in Goa(Kulem)
Railways crossing through verdant scenery in Goa(Kulem)
Rail travel on the Colombo-Galle Line in Sri Lanka
Rail travel on the Colombo-Galle Line in Sri Lanka

Posts on Rail Travel that you can see!

On the love of the Konkan Railway

For the love of rail treks in the Goan Monsoon

For Cheap Rail Travel to a beautiful Beach

 

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8 thoughts on “On the Love for Indian-Railways!”

  1. Nice! This gives me a new perspective of Indian railways. No offense but the Indian railways portrayed in social media is the crammed to the roof type of train rides.

    I never knew that it is quite scenic. Thanks so much for clarifying that.

  2. Kartik, your videos remind me of The Darjeeling Limited. Have you seen it? Anyway, I just have to say that rail travel is my favorite. I love long train rides. I love seeing the landscape changing before my very eyes. Somehow, it influences a shift in my mindset and mood as well which is almost entirely impossible when I ride planes.

  3. It’s so awesome how those railways pierce through forests. In the Philippines, railways are only available in the city. I truly hope we get nicer views than the city!

  4. We used to have a train here that goes to the countryside but now, it’s no longer operational. You guys are so lucky that you have these kinds of trains in India. I wish we have them, would have been a joy to ride sleeper trains and be blessed with all the wonderful sceneries along the way. I will definitely try riding a train when I go to your country.

    1. Marge. Sad to know that there are no trains in Philipenes. I think you would have trains in Indonesia/Thailand in South East Asia. India is a big draw for trains as a whole economy runs on that.

  5. It’s awesome how these railways traverse through different scenery. I especially love the picture of the train going through Goa. It just projects a much more positive vibe about India as compared to how its shown on the media nowadays.

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