India’s Most Scenic Train Journey from Silchar to Lumding | Assam

India’s Most Scenic Train Journey from Silchar to Lumding | Assam

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    Ashim Sarker

    Super video brother well videogrphy thank you for the presention of wonderful landscape myself Ashim Sarkar thank you again for beautiful train journey we all proud for wonderful north east part of our country

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    Sam S

    I’ve always wanted to travel this train route when I was young but was advised not to do so due to safety concerns (25+ years ago). Someday I’ll have to travel this train and it is on my bucket list. Things get a bit complex when you move away to a different part of the world.
    Thanks for the great video. I am watching it from the other side of the world .

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    Somnath Pati

    I usually don't comment on YouTube videos, but this is a spectacular one. Thank you for such a detailed and informative narration. Your style is remarkably engaging and unparalleled.

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    Ben Fried

    Very nice. This great video is well narrated and much appreciated. It brought back some recent memories. I did this trip twice on the Kanchenjunga Express from Silchar to Sealdah. Too bad I didn't have you sitting next to me with a commentary…….. I love NE India

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    Panini abc

    What adds flavour to all the panorama, is your smooth flow of words, backed by decades of reminiscences. Just wonderful.

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    mike

    Thank you for sharing. .Beautiful video and so well presented. I love trains and train journeys. As a Kid I used to travel Between Mumbai (then Bombay ) at Goa. I wish I would get an opportunity to travel this line someday. Keep up the good work.

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    Bhushan Inamdar

    Really nice video accompanied by a very good narration. Respect for your pains and efforts for the vlog. My next trip would definitely be to the North East. Thanks.

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    Rishav Kakati

    Awesome presentation! I travelled this route back in 2017 February and was simply mesmerized by the beauty of the entire route! Will definitely come back again!!

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    Dipankar Dasgupta

    Excellent! Heard a lot about this stretch but for the first time I watched this scenic train ride, courtesy your video. However, the heritage of the steam locomotive is lost making way for speed and improved connectivity.

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    Baldevbhai Panchal

    WHEN THERE IS GAUGE CONVERSION EITHER FROM NARROW GAUGE OR METER GAUGE TO BROAD GAUGE THE ADVANTAGE OF HIGH SPEED CAN NOT BE ACHIEVED DUE TO THE STRUCTURES LIKE BRIDGES ARE MANY TIMES LEFT UNCHANGED FOR COST SAVING AND THEY REMAIN UNDER CLASS (EXAMPLE – DAUND -BARAMATI GAUGE CONVERSION WHICH WAS DONE DUE TO PRESSURE OF SHARAD PAWAR WITHOUT EVEN MAKING BUDGET PROVISION AND PROPER STUDY AS A RESULT OF WHICH MANY OF THE BRIDGES OF NARROW GAUGE LINE WERE CONTINUED) EVEN THE ALIGNMENT ALSO RESTRICT THE SPEED FOR EXAMPLE A NARROW GAUGE LINE CAN PERMIT A 10 DEGREE CURVE WHERE AS BROAD GAUGE PERMITS 4 DEGREE ONLY AND THIS DOES NOT PERMIT HIGHER SPEED.

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    Priyankar Deb

    Beautiful video , beautiful nature & great journey , would like to travel in this route , North East is so beautiful

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    Sourav Dey

    My God… your pronunciation… it's such a mood breaker … with wannabe accent with heavy bengali tongue … lolz … grow up … very bad video

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    angri bird angri bird

    lumding se koi be train ke connection nehi hai.he is a blaffing to cheating the best passengers. Lumding is a station where passangers are gettimg much trouble to catch any traim.

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    Sanjeev Pereira

    Great vedio and super duper narration. Would be an honour if poss to get contact info for you. All the best for the future and keep it up.

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    Surojit Nandy

    is there any political problem anymore ? because i m planning to go there at the soonest as inspired by you to the fullest .

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    Thiagu Raja

    Still in India for 30 years, unable to ride these trains due to lack of money and time…. You are a lucky rich guy…

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    Akash Roy

    A very beautifully presented video for a travel lover especially for us who loves train journey just to live for that moment..Hope to travel out here one day..😊

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    jean-claude Malbec

    The landscape crossed is sublime. Your images and all your explanations illustrate this beautiful railway line in mountainous terrain. The Indian Railways, which recently built this 210 km line requiring 420 bridges and 21 tunnels, must be commended. This is rare nowadays. It is a success because it makes easy the displacements and also allows to admire the landscape. The previous meter gauge line was out of the ordinary but it could probably not be only tourist on a short stretch. Let's regret it anyway, but it's an enthusiast who speaks …Thank you for this quality video.

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    Soumik Adhikary

    You are scaring away the foreign tourists who would love to visit by briefly referring the terrorist activities of the past.

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    aussienik

    Sir, March is not Autumn in India but it is Spring, unless you are in the southern hemisphere like me. 🙂 . By the way thank you for sharing the lovely video.

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    Rajaguru Jayaraj

    Beautiful place, nice narration really I enjoyed. I have decided to travel in this route. Really North East State people are cordial.

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    Partha Sarathi Shaw

    Love d way u shoot. More stress is over capturing d scenic beauty unlike other bloggers who r busy showing themselves on d frame. Thank u.

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    simran khan

    Buy Silchar se Chandigarh Jane mein kitne din lagta hai plzzz reply dena waha tak jane ke liye total cost Kitna lagega plzz bolo

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    Dr Sunandan Modak.

    Great work …love from alipurduar…near your state …I travel several time with kanchanjungha for Kolkata…but never travel northeast….after seeing this video I become fan of your videos ..

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    manasij bhattacharjee

    Beautiful video. reminds me of my childhood. thanks for taking me back to memory lane…may be memory tracks.

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    squarecut999

    I was posted in Lumding for one and a half years from 2000 to 2001 in a senior position in Railway. Those days of MG trains were a nightmare. Only two trains (one day train and one night train) were there between Lumding and Badarpur. I am very happy to see that this line is finally converted to BG. I am very happy to see Railway projects being fast tracked and North East finally being made to feel like they too belong to India. I would dearly love to visit this place again, this time in BG train.

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    topgunayan

    Khoob Bhallo dada. .. u r a natural story teller and a documentarian.. u should post more and as ur subscribers we would love to see more of ur work.

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