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Entry# 959026            Tags   Past Edits
How can I book 3 legs (Break Journey or Onward Journey) on a Reservation Form? For instance, I want to travel from Hyderabad to Jammu Tawi, and I want to visit Baroda on the way. If I want to avail of telescopic travel rates, I would need to get a single ticket. I know it is possible to use a single form and reserve Hyderabad-Baroda and the Baroda-JammuTawi legs. But Hyderabad-Baroda has few trains and it is difficult to get accommodation, so I prefer to go Hyderabad-Bombay-Baroda-JammuTawi. Since there is space for only one Main and one Onward/Return Journey on the standard Reservation Form, how can I fill out 3 legs? Do I use multiple forms? Or is there a different form? Please help. Thanks,

  
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AKGarg*   22845 blog posts   2010 correct pred (78% accurate)
Re# 959026-1            Tags   Past Edits
1.Use two forms in 1st form write reservation from HYB to Jat
Boarding at HYB reservation upto Bombay
in onward columns from Bombay to Baroda
2.in 2nd form write on top of the form "reservation only"
fill
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train no and date. Boarding at Baroda reservation up to Jat. No need to fill passengers name in 2nd form.
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