Jhajha Station, station code JAJ, is the railway station serving the city of Jhajha in the Jamui district in the Indian state of Bihar. The Jhajha railway station is the easternmost station on the mainline section of the Danapur division of the East Central Railway Zone. Jhajha Station is connected to metropolitan area of India by Howrah–Delhi main line via Patna–Mughalsarai section. It is located at 24°46′21″N 86°23′11″E and has an average elevation of 143 metres (469 ft). It is located in front of a large red soil hill and is surrounded many forests. The station has scenic beauty.
The major facilities available are waiting rooms, computerized reservation facility, reservation counter,two-wheeler and four-wheeler vehicle parking. The vehicles are allowed to enter the station premises. The station also has STD/ISD/PCO telephone booth, ATM counter, toilets, refreshment room, tea stall and book stall. The station also has rest rooms (running rooms) for the railway employees.
There are Government Railway Police (GRP) and Railway Protection Force (RPF) deputed for the security of the station. A Railway hospital is also located nearby
The first rail track between Howrah and Delhi was via what was later named as Sahibganj Loop and the first through train on the route was run in 1864. The Kiul-Patna sector was ready around 1862.The ‘Shorter Main Line’ on the Delhi-Calcutta route (via Jhajha, Patna) is in place with the completion of the section from Raniganj to Kiul. The Jhajha-Kiul section was electrified in 1997–98 and the Narganjo-Jhajha section was electrified in 1998–99.
Jhajha is a town and a notified area in Jamui district in the Indian state of Bihar.It lies in the southern part of Bihar very close to the Jharkhand Border. It falls on the Howrah -Mughalsarai main line about halfway between Madhupur Junction and Kiul Junction
Jhajha has fantastic connection of railway to major cities of India. Jhajha railway station is endowed with beautiful sceneries due to the green mountains nearby. Jhajha station is the southern end of eastern central railway of Indian railway situated on Delhi Howrah main line. It also has good connection by roadways to nearby cities through SH18. It has two bus stands from where buses and auto are available for nearby places like Gidhaur, Khuriparas, Sono, Borba, Belhar etc. Small vehicles are available for travelling to villages near the cities. Rickshaw and auto rickshaw is also part of transportation for small distances
Some Trains are Originate and Passes through Jhajha Station:
13510: Gonda – Asansol Express
13508: Gorakhpur – Asansol Express
53132: Muzaffarpur – Sealdah Passenger
13022: Mithila Express
15028: Maurya Express
13158: Tirhut Express
15272: Muzzafarpur – Howrah JanSadharan Express
12351: Danapur Express
13287: South Bihar Express
13131: Kolkata Anand Vihar Express
63207: Jhajha – Patna MEMU
18622: Patliputra Express
53049: Howrah – Mokama Passenger