Raxaul-Kathmandu New Railway Line : A state in Eastern India There are also commercial and social ties between the neighboring country of Nepal. Efforts are constantly being made to improve the connectivity between Bihar and Nepal. Recently, the Jaynagar and Kurtha rail route has started, after which another rail route is going to be built between Bihar and Nepal. Fifth note of musical scale. This railway line will be constructed from Raxaul in Champaran to Kathmandu. For this, the work of the third phase survey is going on. At the same time, recently a large number of passengers are taking advantage of the train service between Jaynagar and Kurtha in Madhubani district. Through this route, people are able to travel from Bihar to Nepal at very low fares.
Raxaul-Kathmandu New Railway Line: 16 thousand 550 crore rupees will be spent in the project
According to the information received, 16 thousand 550 crore rupees will be spent in the rail line project from Raxaul in Bihar to Kathmandu in Nepal. There is a provision of total 13 stations in this railway line. In which Raxaul, Birganj, Bagahi, Pipra, Dhumarwana, Kakri, Chandrapur, Dhiyal, Shikharpur, Sisneri, Sathikel and Kathmandu are there. Along with this, there will be 32 road overbridges, 39 minor and major tunnels, 41 major rail bridges, 53 underpasses, 259 minor bridges in the 136-km-long rail line. The total length of all these is 41.87 kms.
Let us tell you that if you go from Raxaul to Kathmandu by road, then you will have to cover a distance of about 150 kilometers. Now after the resumption of train service, this distance will come down to about 136 km. In the current situation, there is only facility of private vehicle or bus to go to Nepal. The bus fare from Raxaul to Kathmandu is around Rs 600 (Indian currency). On the other hand, if we talk about train tickets, then it is expected that the maximum ticket price will be Rs 200. Earlier, it would take about six hours to travel from Raxaul to Kathmandu, but traveling by train would take only two to two and a half hours instead of six hours.