kota to new delhi Trains Route Details

Number of Trains from kota to new delhi 35 Trains
Distance from kota to new delhi By Train: 458 Km
Fastest Train from kota to new delhi : NZM MAO RAJ(22414)
Slowest Train from kota to new delhi : DEHRADUN EXP(19020)

Kota Jn to H Nizamuddin Trains Schedule

  • bandra terminus allahabad special (09017) Kota Jn - H Nizamuddin Train Route MTWTFSS
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Kota Jn to H Nizamuddin Train Tickets

51 trains are available for commuters who wish to travel from Kota to New Delhi located in North India. The trains cover the states of Haryana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and more, during the course of its journey. Delhi is surrounded by the state of Haryana on three sides and to its east lies Uttar Pradesh. New Delhi experiences a temperature of 16°C during the day which can drop to 9°C at night. Also, one may get to view a clear sky around this time.

Of all the trains between Kota and New Delhi, Bdts NZM RAJ SPL is the fastest train covering a distance of 458 kms in 04 hours and 11 mins. FZR Janata EXP takes the most time to reach New Delhi, covering a distance of 465 kms in 11 hours and 10 mins.

Kota UHP Express halts at H Nizamuddin (20 mins) at 22:15 where you can grab your dinner. Considering suitable start and end time, boarding NZM AC Superfast would be convenient as it reaches H Nizamuddin at 05:35. One can opt for the earliest train, NZM Duronto EXP that leaves at 01:10 or catch Mewar Express, the last train departing at 23:35 for New Delhi.

Paschim Express, Haridwar EXP, BL Haridwar EXP, Gujarat Smprk K, Sampark Kranthi and more run directly between Kota Jn and H Nizamuddin. To avoid local travel hassle one may choose Mumbai Rajdhani, Bdts Smprk K EX, Rajdhani EXP, Sampark Kranthi, Amritsar EXP and GOA Smprk K EXP, as these trains run between Kota and New Delhi without taking any halts. It is found that most trains pass through the major stations Mathura Jn, Sawai Madhopur and Bharatpur Jn.

When in New Delhi, do find time to visit Lodhi Gardens, Swaminarayan Akshardham, Jama Masjid, Humayun’s Tomb, Red Fort and Qutub Minar.