H Nizamuddin to Secunderabad Jn Train Tickets
A total of 12 trains scurry between the capital of India, New Delhi and Hyderabad in South India. The trains encompass through the states of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Delhi and more. Hyderabad is home to Telugu film industry and is the IT capital of the state. The sky will remain partly cloudy for a few days. During the day, people of Hyderabad experience a temperature of 25°C which can drop to 17°C at night.
Generally commuters avoid boarding Dakshin Express, as it is the slowest train for this route reaching the destination in 30 hours. Unlike the fastest train, it passes through the states of Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. Banglore Rjdhni is the fastest among all the trains that run along this route covering a distance of 1660 kms in 21 hours and 40 mins. This train is scheduled to run on every day of the week. The train leaves at 20:45 from H Nizamuddin and reaches Secunderabad Jn at 18:25 on the next day.
Almost all the trains between New Delhi and Hyderabad pass through Kazipet Jn, Nagpur and Bhopal Jn stations. To avoid local travel hassle one may chose NZM SC Duronto, as it is the only train that runs between New Delhi and Hyderabad without taking any halts.Of all the trains, 5 trains run directly between H Nizamuddin and Secunderabad Jn - NZM SC Duronto, NZM SC Rjdhni, Banglore Rjdhni, AP Smprk Kranti and Dakshin Express.
If you are avoiding pantry and not carrying food you may like to board KTK Smprk K EXP which halts at Jhansi Jn (10 mins) and at Nagpur (10 mins), where you can have lunch and dinner respectively . One can opt for the earliest train, KTK Smprk K EXP that leaves at 06:25 or catch YPR Duronto EXP, the last train departing at 23:00 for Hyderabad.
Tank Bund, Golconda Fort, Charminar and Necklace Road are major attractions worth visiting in Hyderabad.