The journey by train from Amritsar to Delhi is scheduled to take between 6 hours 05 minutes and 12 hours 05 minutes depending upon which train you take. The distance travelled via the shortest route is 448 km. The train services listed below all depart from Amritsar Junction Railway Station and arrive at one of 3 different train stations in Delhi.
Train Times to Delhi
There are 23 train services from Amritsar Junction to three different railway stations in Delhi.
- There are 14 train services from Amritsar Junction Railway Station to New Delhi Railway Station (NDLS).
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- There are 6 train services from Amritsar Junction Railway Station to Old Delhi Junction Railway Station (DLI).
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- There are 3 train services from Amritsar Junction Railway Station to Delhi Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station (NZM).
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Location of Amritsar Junction Railway Station
Amritsar Junction Railway Station is 2.3 km by road from the Golden Temple.
Location of New Delhi Railway Station
New Delhi Railway Station is 1.7 km by road from Connaught Place.
Location of Old Delhi Junction Railway Station
Old Delhi Junction Railway Station is 5.3 km by road from Connaught Place.
Location of Delhi Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station
Delhi Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station is 8.4 km by road from Connaught Place.
India Gate in Delhi
The India Gate monument is war memorial in Delhi completed in 1933 during the time when India, Bangladesh and Pakistan were all united as a single country under British Colonial rule. The monument was designed by famous British architect Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens, who also designed the Cenotaph in London and Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi. The India Gate monument is 42 metres tall and bears some resemble to the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.
The India Gate was constructed as a memorial to the troops of the British Indian Army who died fighting in the World War I and the Third Anglo-Afghan War which occurred straight after in 1919, resulting in Afghanistan leaving the British Empire. The names of over 13,000 Indian servicemen are inscribed on the surface of the India Gate.