One instrument that helps in preserving and influencing the heritage of this country's beauty is its train system. Be it a luxury train travel or a mundane one, tourists will definitely get a phenomenal experience from Indian rail journeys.

Around 11,000 trains run around the railways daily and there are many routes for each zone. Don't know which route to take?  Read on and learn more about the best train travels in India.

Mumbai to Delhi (Indian Maharaja Deccan Odyssey)

Depending on the train company, an estimated 10-night journey toward the northern side will vary but tourists will experience a foretaste of picturesque landscapes, waterfalls, caves, tigers and world heritage sites. With its sundry of scenes, truly, the Indian Maharaja provides a charming odyssey.

Karjat - Lonavala (The Western Ghat Saunter)

Towards the western side, this train will expose tourists to a UNESCO World Heritage site opulent with lush grasslands, rainforests, streams and biodiversity. With its wide range of flora and fauna, the saunter becomes indeed a delicate one.

Guwahati-Lumding-Silchar (Flavors of Assam)

Taking this 16-hour passage will show tourists breathtaking tea plantations of the Barak Valley and verdant foliage and river valley across Assam. Indeed, passing by the scent of moist and tea will surely catch the senses of the travellers .

Qazigund - Baramulla (The Snow Sojourn)

This expedition will give an exceptional sight of hills, mountains, and trees drenched in snow. The winter season plus a pleasant train ride gives a relaxing sojourn to the tired passenger.

Kalka - Shimla (The Himalayan Queen)

Considered as a UNESCO World Heritage site, this slow jaunt from Kalka to Shimla shares another appearance of India in its vista of maple, oak, mountains and pine trees. 

Jodhpur - Jaisalmer (The Desert Queen)

This way reveals another appearance of India with its scraggy Thar desert, dunes, camels and forts. This voyage reminds tourists about the nobility of men in the Rajasthan history.

Get yourself out there and indulge in a train ride now because travel by train is a viable opportunity in India you would not want to pass!