new delhi to bhubaneshwar Trains Route Details

Number of Trains from new delhi to bhubaneshwar 10 Trains
Distance from new delhi to bhubaneshwar By Train: 1722 Km
Fastest Train from new delhi to bhubaneshwar : BBS NDLS SPL(02209)
Slowest Train from new delhi to bhubaneshwar : PURI YNRK SPL(08477)

New Delhi to Bhubaneswar Train Tickets

11 trains run to and fro between New Delhi and Bhubaneshwar, connecting the capital of India to the capital of Orissa. The trains encompass through the states of Bihar, Delhi, Jharkhand and more. One can expect a clear sky around this time in Bhubaneshwar with a varying temperature from 33°C to 24°C. Bhubaneshwar is the largest city in Odisha and is the most visited destination of Eastern India.

BBS Duronto EXP is the fastest train that runs along this route covering a distance of 1727 kms in 21 hours and 50 mins. But it is available only on Thu. It leaves New Delhi at 12:55 and arrives Bhubaneswar at 10:45 on the next day. Kalingautkalexp is the slowest among all the trains that run along this route covering a distance of 2053 kms in 40 hours and 10 mins. It takes an alternate route and passes through the states of Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Arunachal Pradesh, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh.

Some trains like Nandan Kanan EX, Neelachal EXP, Anvt BBS SUP, Orissa S Krnti, Hirakund EXP and more run directly between New Delhi and Bhubaneswar. To avoid local travel hassle one may chose BBS Duronto EXP, as it is the only train that runs between New Delhi and Bhubaneshwar without taking any halts. It is found that most trains pass through the major stations Bhadrakh, Cuttack and Balasore.

If you are avoiding pantry and not carrying food you may like to board Nandan Kanan EX and Neelachal EXP, as these trains stop at Kanpur Central for 10 mins. Nandan Kanan EX is the earliest train leaving at 06:25 while Purshottam EXP is the last train departing at 22:25 for Bhubaneshwar.

New Delhi to Bhubaneswar Rail Route

The New Delhi (NDLS) to Bhubaneswar (BBS) train route, which runs through the colourful and culturally vibrant central region of India, offers opportunities to witness the natural diversity of India. Further, it would not be an exaggeration to say that while traveling from the capital city to the land of temples, one can easily experience the diversity of rich Indian culture.

For traveling from New Delhi to Bhubaneswar, which is also known as Goa of the East, one can board a train from the New Delhi (NDLS) railway station, a major railway station serving the national capital. Further, New Delhi railway station is one of the busiest railway stations in the country in terms of train movement and passenger footfall.

The distance covered by a train from New Delhi Railway Station (NDLS) to Bhubaneswar Railway Station (BBS) varies from 1680 km to 2060 km. Further, the least time taken by a New Delhi to Bhubaneswar train to cover the distance is 22 hours, whereas the maximum is 41 hours, depending on the train type and route taken.

At present, there are 10 different trains that run from different stations in New Delhi to Bhubaneswar. While seven trains operate from the New Delhi railway station (NDLS), two run from Anand Vihar Terminal (ANVT) and one plies from Hazrat Nizamuddin (NZM). There are two earliest trains, namely Neelachal Express and Nandan Kanan Express, which leave at 6:25 a.m. from the New Delhi railway station for Bhubaneswar. Further, the last train that leaves for Bhubaneswar is Purshottam Express, which departs at 10:15 p.m. from New Delhi railway station. Kalingautkal Express and Purshottam Express are the New Delhi to Bhubaneswar trains that run on all days of the week.

Further, Anand Vihar Superfast Express (which plies every Monday) from New Delhi to Bhubaneswar runs via Gaya, Bokaro Steel City and Sambalpur City. On the other hand, Rajdhani Express (which runs every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday) travels via Gaya, Tatanagar Junction and Balasore. Similarly, Bhubaneswar Duronto Express running between New Delhi and Bhubaneswar plies every Thursday. Moreover, Bhubaneswar Duronto Express goes via Kanpur Central and Mughal Sarai Junction.

It is always a better idea to book New Delhi to Bhubaneswar train tickets in advance to ensure a smooth, hassle-free journey. There are hundreds of railway reservation counters across the country from where one can purchase train tickets in person. In addition to this, one can visit the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) and book tickets for NDLS to BBS trains. Additionally, one can enjoy delicious meals onboard by simply availing catering services while booking tickets through the IRCTC website.

Train Schedule: Weekly

• Neelachal Express – (New Delhi Railway Station to Bhubaneswar Railway station) – Tue, Fri, Sun
• Hirakund Express – (New Delhi Railway Station to Bhubaneswar Railway station) – Mon, Thu, Sun
• Bhubaneswar Rajdhani – (New Delhi Railway Station to Bhubaneswar Railway station) – Mon, Fri, Sun
• Nandan Kanan Express – (New Delhi Railway Station to Bhubaneswar Railway station) – Mon, Wed, Thu, Sat
• Orissa Sampark Karanti – (Anand Vihar Railway Station to Bhubaneswar Railway station) – Tue, Fri
• Anand Vihar Superfast Express – (Anand Vihar Railway Station to Bhubaneswar Railway station) – Mon only
• Bhubaneswar Duronto Express – (New Delhi Railway Station to Bhubaneswar Railway station) – Thu only
• Bhubaneswar Rajdhani – (New Delhi Railway Station to Bhubaneswar Railway station) – Tue, Wed, Thu, Sat

Train Schedule: Daily

• Kalingautkal Express – (Nizamuddin Railway Station to Bhubaneswar Railway station)

• Purshottam Express – (New Delhi Railway Station to Bhubaneswar Railway station)

All Train Stations in New Delhi:

• New Delhi Railway Station (NDLS)
• Nizamuddin Railway Station (NZM)
• Anand Vihar Railway Station (ANVT)

All Train Stations in Bhubaneswar:

• Bhubaneswar Railway Station (BBS)

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