Mumbai Central to H Nizamuddin Train Tickets
Indian Railways operate 42 trains between Mumbai and the capital of India, New Delhi. The journey includes travel through the states of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh and more. One can board the Delhi metro for commuting as it connects many parts of Delhi, with Faridabad and Gurgaon in Haryana, and Noida and Ghaziabad in Uttar Pradesh. Temperature in New Delhi can drop from 16°C during the day to 9°C at night.
The Bdts NZM RAJ SPL takes the least amount of time to reach the destination by covering a distance of 1366 kms in 13 hours and 55 mins. Dehradun EXP is the slowest train for this route reaching the destination in 29 hours and 20 mins.
If you want to try local specialities while travelling, you may like to travel by Dehradun EXP which halts at Ratlam Jn (12:20) and at Nagda Jn (14:15) where you can avail lunch. Dehradun EXP is the earliest train leaving at 00:05 while Ndls Duronto EXP is the last train departing at 23:15 for New Delhi.
Almost all the trains between Mumbai and New Delhi pass through Vadodara Jn, Kota Jn and Surat stations. To avoid local travel hassle one may chose Ndls Duronto EXP, as it is the only train that runs between Mumbai and New Delhi without taking any halts.A total of 3 trains run directly between Mumbai Central and H Nizamuddin which include FZR Janata EXP, AUG KR RAJ EXP and Goldentemple ML.
When in New Delhi, do find time to visit Lodhi Gardens, Swaminarayan Akshardham, Jama Masjid, Humayun’s Tomb, Red Fort and Qutub Minar.