New Delhi to KOLKATA Train Tickets
Indian Railways operate 18 trains between the capital of India, New Delhi and Kolkata. The trains pass through the states of Jharkhand, Himachal Pradesh, West Bengal and more. One can expect a clear sky around this time in Kolkata with a varying temperature from 28°C to 12°C. Kolkata, formerly known as Calcutta is the main cultural, commercial and educational center of East India.
Anvt HWH Yuva is the fastest among all the trains that run along this route covering a distance of 1434 kms in 16 hours and 50 mins. Anvt Sdah EXP takes the most time to reach Kolkata, covering a distance of 1633 kms in 40 hours and 40 mins.
Kalka Mail halts at Kanpur Central at 14:20 (10 mins) and at Mughal Sarai Jn at 20:10 (15 mins) where you can have lunch and dinner respectively. The earliest train leaving New Delhi at 05:11 is Kalka Mail while Jalianwala B EX, the last train leaves at 19:05.
Out of all the trains, HWH Duronto EXP and Sdah Duronto EXP run between New Delhi and Kolkata without any halts. It is found that most trains pass through the major stations Mughal Sarai Jn, Howrah Jn and Kanpur Central.
When in Kolkata, do find time to visit Eden Garden and Victoria Memorial.