Lokmanyatilak T to New Delhi Train Tickets
A total of 42 trains scurry between Mumbai and New Delhi in North India. The trains cover the states of Rajasthan, Haryana, Maharashtra and more, during the course of its journey. Delhi is a hub for street food with the tastiest of chaats, rolls, kebabs, chole bhatures and parathas. One can expect a clear sky around this time in New Delhi with a varying temperature from 23°C to 9°C.
Dehradun EXP is the slowest among all the trains that run along this route covering a distance of 1366 kms in 29 hours and 20 mins. Bdts NZM RAJ SPL is the fastest train that runs along this route covering a distance of 1366 kms in 13 hours and 55 mins.
Out of all the trains, Ndls Duronto EXP is the only train that runs between Mumbai and New Delhi without any halts. It is found that most trains pass through the major stations H Nizamuddin, Vadodara Jn and Kota Jn.Of all the trains, Cstm ASR Express is the only direct train from Lokmanyatilak T to New Delhi.
You can opt for the earliest train, Dehradun EXP that leaves Bandra Terminus at 00:05 or catch the last train, Ndls Duronto EXP departing Mumbai Central at 23:15. Dehradun EXP halts at Ratlam Jn at 12:20 (20 mins) and at Nagda Jn at 14:15 (10 mins) where you can have your lunch.
When in New Delhi, do find time to visit Lodhi Gardens, Swaminarayan Akshardham, Jama Masjid, Humayun’s Tomb, Red Fort and Qutub Minar.