muzaffarpur to new delhi Trains Route Details

Number of Trains from muzaffarpur to new delhi 15 Trains
Distance from muzaffarpur to new delhi By Train: 1050 Km
Fastest Train from muzaffarpur to new delhi : NDLS DBRGRAJ SPL(02504)
Slowest Train from muzaffarpur to new delhi : SADHBHAWNA SPL(04008)

Muzaffarpur Jn to Anand Vihar TRM Trains Schedule

  • kamakhya new delhi premiu (02503) Muzaffarpur Jn - Anand Vihar TRM Train Route MTWTFSS
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Muzaffarpur Jn to Anand Vihar TRM Train Tickets

18 trains ply between Muzaffarpur and the capital of India, New Delhi in North India. The journey would entail passing through the states of Delhi, Bihar, West Bengal and more. Delhi is surrounded by the state of Haryana on three sides and to its east lies Uttar Pradesh. The sky will remain clear for a few days. During the day, people of New Delhi experience a temperature of 16°C which can drop to 9°C at night.

The fastest of all the trains on this route is Dbrg Ndls Rajexp, taking 18 hours and 15 mins to cover 1094 kms. It is advised to book in advance if you are planning to travel by this train, as it is available only on Fri. This train can be boarded from Muzaffarpur Jn at 19:40 which reaches 13:55 on the next day. The slowest of all the trains on this route is Saryu Yamuna EXP, taking 25 hours and 19 mins to cover 1069 kms. Unlike the fastest train, it takes an alternate route and passes through the states of Chhattisgarh and Jammu and Kashmir.

3 trains run directly between Muzaffarpur Jn and Anand Vihar TRM namely, Lichchavi EXP, Sapt Kranti EXP and Anvt Garib Rath. There is a high likelihood of a train passing through Chhapra, Hajipur Jn and Lucknow Nr stations, as these are the most common stations along this route.

There are some trains like Lichchavi EXP and Bihar S Kranti that halt at Varanasi Jn (14:30) and Chhapra (12:40) respectively where you can avail food. Sadbhavana EXP is the earliest train leaving at 04:00 while Garib Rath EXP is the last train departing at 19:10 for New Delhi.

Trip to New Delhi will be incomplete without exploring Lodhi Gardens, Swaminarayan Akshardham, Jama Masjid, Humayun’s Tomb, Red Fort and Qutub Minar.