On-board facilities on Tejas Express coaches will include tea and coffee vending machines, snack tables and magazines, besides entertainment and local cuisine.
Bookings for the Tejas Express service opened from May 21.
The Tejas Express will start between Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai and Karmali, Goa on Monday. The inaugural train will leave from Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Mumbai at 3:25 pm on Monday, and will arrive at Karmali at 12:35 am the next day, the Central Railway said.
Tejas Express will also run on the Delhi-Chandigarh and Surat-Mumbai routes, the Indian Railways has said.
Tejas Express trains will be available five days a week under its non-monsoon schedule.
Coaches of the luxury train service will comprise executive class and chair cars.
From Mumbai to Goa, it will start at 5:00 am on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and 2:30 pm on the same days from Goa to Bombay.
The service will be reduced to three days a week during its monsoon schedule - from June 10 to October 31, the Railways Ministry said on Twitter.
Travellers will have to shell out more than 20 per cent more in base fare compared to Shatabdi Express, news agency Press Trust of India reported quoting a railway ministry official. The Executive Class fare for Tejas Express service has been fixed at Rs. 2,540 without food and Rs. 2,940 with food.