Via the shortest railway route, Mumbai is 1,367 km from Delhi. There are 35 different train services from Mumbai to Delhi, not all of which, however, run every day of the week.To make things even more complicated trains to Delhi depart from 4 different train stations in Mumbai, and if you take the train from Mumbai then there are 9 different train stations in Delhi where the train might terminate depending upon which service you take.
Train Times from Mumbai to Delhi
Bandra Terminus (BDTS) is one of 6 train stations in Mumbai and the station with the most departures to Delhi. There are 6 train services from Bandra Terminus in Mumbai to Delhi’s Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station (NZM).
|Mumbai BDTS Station
|Delhi NZM Station
|05:25 (+1 day)
|04:08 (+1 day)
|10:35 (+1 day)
|09:40 (+1 day)
|09:40 (+1 day)
|13:45 (+1 day)
- Fastest Train: The fastest trains from Bandra Terminus in Mumbai to Delhi’s Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station are Train #12247 (the Bandra Terminus H Nizamuddin Yuva E) and Train #12909 (the H Nizamuddin Garib Rath) which are both scheduled to complete the journey in 16 hours 50 minutes.
- Slowest Train: The slowest train from Jaipur to Agra Fort Railway Station is Train #05286 (the Ajmer Junction Barauni Junction Special) which is scheduled to complete the journey in 6 hours 55 minutes.
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Location of Mumbai BDTS Station
Bandra Train Terminus is 13.7 km by road from Mumbai Central Railway Station.
Location of Delhi Hazrat Nizamuddin Station
Delhi’s Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station is 7.7 km by road from Connaught Place in the centre of Delhi.
Delhi is India’s capital city with a population estimated as between 11 and 26 million depending on exactly how ‘Delhi’ is defined. Either way Delhi is a large city, ugly and beautiful in equal measure, but never dull. Some foreign (as well as domestic) visitor develop an instant dislike of the city because of the pollution, congestion, heat, bad smells and in places extreme poverty. However, we recommend that you look beyond the things that make Delhi uncomfortable and unpleasant and seek out the rich cultural experiences and amazing sites you will find in this colossus of South Asian urban sprawl.
Delhi is split into 9 districts:
- Old Delhi
- New Delhi
- Central Delhi
- East Delhi
- West Delhi
- North Delhi
- South West Delhi
- South East Delhi
- North East Delhi
Central Delhi is where the city’s main train station, New Delhi Railway Station, is located next to the poverty stricken area of Paharganj. By way of contrast Central Delhi is also the commercial centre of the city with important businesses headquartered in Connaught Place. By way of contrast South West Delhi is more prosperous and suburban with cleaner, and less busy tree lined streets. This is where the wealthier people of Delhi tend to choose to live. The city’s most famous tourist attraction, the Red Fort is located in New Delhi. The Red Fort was built by the same Mughal Emperor who built the more famous Taj Mahal. Delhi’s other major tourist attraction, Humayun’s tomb, is in South Delhi very close to Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station, and worth visiting if you have the energy after arriving in the city on your train from Mumbai.