Secunderabad Jn to H Nizamuddin Train Tickets
13 trains run between Hyderabad and the capital of India, New Delhi. The trains run along the states of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh and more. Delhi is a hub for street food with the tastiest of chaats, rolls, kebabs, chole bhatures and parathas. A clear sky can be expected in New Delhi, where people experience a temperature of 16°C during the day which can drop to 9°C at night.
Nizamuddin EXP is the slowest among all the trains that run along this route covering a distance of 1676 kms in 29 hours and 35 mins. It takes a longer route and covers Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra states. NZM Duronto EX is the fastest among all the trains that run along this route covering a distance of 1667 kms in 21 hours and 25 mins. It departs from Secunderabad Jn at 13:10 and reaches H Nizamuddin at 10:35 on the next day.
Telangana EXP is the earliest train for this route leaving at 06:25 while the last train is Nizamuddin EXP that departs at 23:00 from Hyderabad.You may have lunch and dinner from Balharshah and Bhopal Jn respectively if you board Telangana EXP.
NZM Duronto EX is the only train that runs between Hyderabad and New Delhi without any halts.For utmost convenience, you can opt for any 5 trains (Telangana EXP, Rajdhani EXP, NZM Duronto EX, A P Smprk Krnti and Nizamuddin EXP) that run directly between Secunderabad Jn and H Nizamuddin. Nagpur, Bhopal Jn and Jhansi Jn are major stations in this route and most trains pass through them.
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