H Nizamuddin to Yesvantpur Jn Train Tickets
9 trains are available for commuters who wish to travel between the capital of India, New Delhi and Bengaluru. The journey would entail passing through the states of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Delhi and more. The sky will remain partly cloudy around this time in Bengaluru with a temperature of 23°C during the day. Bangalore is known for its Kannada film industry and is also a major center of Indian classical music
Covering a distance of 2618 kms in 46 hours and 10 mins, YPR S Kranti EXP is the slowest among all the trains that run along this route. It takes an alternate route and passes through the states of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh. The fastest of all the trains on this route is YPR Duronto EXP, taking 32 hours and 55 mins to cover 2367 kms. But it is available only on Mon. It leaves Delhi S Rohilla at 23:00 and arrives Yesvantpur Jn at 07:55 after 2 days.
Bhopal Jn, Jhansi Jn and Dharmavaram Jn are major stations in this route and most trains pass through them.A total of 4 trains run directly between H Nizamuddin and Yesvantpur Jn which include YPR S Kranti EXP, Kongu Express, YPR S Krnti EXP and KTK Smprk K EXP. To avoid local travel hassle one may chose YPR Duronto EXP, as it is the only train that runs between New Delhi and Bengaluru without taking any halts.
You can grab your lunch and dinner from Jhansi Jn and Hubli Jn canteens respectively if you board YPR S Kranti EXP. Leaving H Nizamuddin at 06:25, KTK Smprk K EXP is the earliest train for this route while the last train is YPR Duronto EXP that leaves Delhi S Rohilla at 23:00.
M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Rangashankara and Lalbagh Botanical Garden are major attractions worth visiting in Bengaluru.Other than the mentioned places, one can also explore Chitra Kala Parishad.