Train travel from Nagpur to Bangalore

By train the journey from Nagpur to Bangalore is scheduled to take from 20 hours 30 minutes to 26 hours 35 minutes depending upon which train you take. Via the shortest route the distance travelled is 1,193 Km.

Train Times to Bangalore


Trains from Nagpur Junction Railway Station travel to three different railway stations in Bangalore.

  • Train times from Nagpur Junction Railway Station (NGP) to Bangalore Yesvantpur Junction Railway Station (YPR).
TrainNagpur (NGP)Bangalore (YPR)Operating Days
1264801:5000:30Th
1259104:0004:45 + 1 daySu
0259104:0004:45 + 1 dayTu,Su
1502310:4511:30 + 1 dayW
1219415:2013:30Sa
2268415:2013:30F
1254016:5016:40Sa
2235118:4520:55Sa
1265022:2019:35M,Tu,Th,Sa,Su

  • Train times from Nagpur Junction Railway Station (NGP) to Bengaluru City Junction Railway Station (SBC) in Bangalore.
TrainNagpur (NGP)Bangalore (SBC)Operating Days
2269210:1006:40M,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa,Su
0269210:4506:15M,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa,Su
1297613:5512:55Tu,Th
0297613:5512:55Tu,Th
0651016:0018:20Th
0229618:0018:30 + 1 dayM,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa,Su
1229618:1020:20M,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa,Su
2235118:4520:55 + 1 daySa
1265022:2019:35M,Tu,Th,Sa,Su

  • Train times from Nagpur Junction Railway Station (NGP) to Banaswadi Railway Station (BAND) in Bangalore.
TrainNagpur (NGP)Bangalore (BAND)Operating Days
2235318:2521:00 + 1 dayF

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Location of Nagpur Junction Railway Station


Nagpur Junction Railway Station is 6.0 km by road from the Sai Mandir Nagpur.

Google Map of Nagpur Junction Railway Station

Location of Bengaluru City Junction Railway Station


Bengaluru City Junction Railway Station is 4.3 km by road from the Sri Dharmaraya Swamy Temple.

Google Map of Bengaluru City Junction Railway Station

Location of Yesvantpur Junction Railway Station


Yesvantpur Junction Railway Station is 8.6 km by road from the Sri Dharmaraya Swamy Temple.

Google Map of Yesvantpur Junction Railway Station

Location of Banaswadi Railway Station


Banaswadi Railway Station is 8.5 km by road from the Sri Dharmaraya Swamy Temple.

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About Bangalore


Bangalore, also known as Bengaluru, is a massive city with a city centre population of over 8 million permanent residents and that number is growing rapidly every year. There are number of reason why people want to come and live in Bangalore. First and foremost is the prosperity of the city. Bangalore is the centre of the Indian IT industry and there are plenty of large companies headquartered in the city. A second attractive feature of the city is its climate. Bangalore is located at an elevation of around 900 metres above sea level which makes it cooler than other major cities in India which are all located at much lower elevations. Thirdly, the city benefits from having lots of parks and public gardens, with good hiking and camping opportunities in the surrounding countryside The city’s greenery and the outdoor lifestyle of its inhabitants has drawn comparisons with Seattle in the USA.

Bangalore Palace
Bangalore Palace

Bangalore is not so popular as a tourist destination. The city has no really famous attractions, there are, however, quite of few points of interest to visit including:

  • Tipu Sultan’s Palace and Fort: Islamic-Asian style building, largely made of wood, built during the 18th Century as a retreat for the then ruling Sultan.
  • Cubbon Park: Vast city centre park with formal gardens, jogging track and aquarium inside.
  • Vidana Soudha: Grand state parliament parliament building incorporating Dravidian style architectural features.
  • Krishna Rajendra Market: Colourful traditional market selling a variety of products including a large section where flower are sold.
  • Bangalore Palace: 19th Century palace built by the Maharajah of Mysore in the style of English Tudor era castle.

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