There are 24 different train services running from Kolkata (formerly known as Calcutta) to Patna. The scheduled journey time by train from Kolkata to Patna is from 7 hours 45 minutes to 11 hours 40 minutes depending upon which train you take.
Train Times to Patna
There are 13 train services operating from Howrah Junction Railway Station in Kolkata (HWH) to Patna Junction Railway Station (PNBE).
|Train||Kolkata (HWH)||Patna (PBNE)||Operating Days|
There are 7 train services operating from Kolkata Railway Station (KOAA) to Patna Junction Railway Station (PNBE).
|Train||Kolkata (KOAA)||Patna (PBNE)||Operating Days|
There are 2 train services operating from Sealdah Railway Station (SDAH) to Patna Junction Railway Station (PNBE).
|Train||Kolkata (SDAH)||Patna (PBNE)||Operating Days|
There are 2 train services operating from Kolkata Shalimar Railway Station (SHM) to Patna Junction Railway Station (PNBE).
|Train||Kolkata (SHM)||Patna (PBNE)||Operating Days|
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Location of Howrah Junction in Kolkata
Howrah Junction Railway Station in Kolkata is located 4.7 km by road from Fort William.
Location of Kolkata Railway Station
Kolkata Railway Station is located 9 km by road from Fort William.
Location of Sealdah Railway Station
Sealdah Railway Station is located 5.7 km by road from Fort William.
Location of Kolkata Shalimar Railway Station
Kolkata Shalimar Railway Station is located 6.8 km by road from Fort William.
Location of Patna Junction Railway Station
Patna Junction Railway Station is located 13.5 km by road from the Takhat Sri Harimandir Ji Gudwara.
Patna is a city of around 1.7 million people located on the south bank of the mighty Ganges River. Patna is a thriving commercial city which attracts a large number of tourists, mainly because of the important religious sites in the city. The city also has a distinctive cuisine. Unfortunately, despite being one of the oldest cities in the world and once one of the most important settlements in South Asia, relatively few buildings dating back to the Patna’s golden era still exist.
The main points of interest in Patna are its religious buildings:
- Mahavir Mandir: Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. The temple is believed by some to have been established around 1730, although some worshippers believe that the temple has existed since the beginning of time. The current incarnation of the main temple building was constructed in 1987.
- Takht Sri Patna Sahib: Sikh Gudwara built in the 18th Century to mark the birthplace of the 10th Guru of Sikhism. The temple is very important to believers in the Sikh faith.
- Pathar Ki Mosque: Islamic religious site on the banks of the Ganges River established in 1621. The mosque is a major local landmark.