The journey by train from Puri to Delhi is scheduled to take between 30 hours 10 minutes and 41 hours 50 minutes depending upon which train you take. The distance travelled via the shortest route is 1,790 km. The train services listed below all depart from Puri Railway Station and arrive at one of 3 different train stations in Delhi.
Train Times to Delhi
There are 4 train services from Puri to three different railway stations in Delhi.
- There is 1 train service from Puri Railway Station to New Delhi Railway Station (NDLS).
|Train||Puri||Delhi NDLS||Operating Days|
- There are 2 train services from Puri Junction Railway Station to Delhi Anand Vihar Terminal Railway Station (ANVT).
|Train||Puri||Delhi ANVT||Operating Days|
|12875||10:55||21:35 + 1 day||Tu,F,Su|
|12216||10:55||17:05 + 1 day||M,W,Th,Sa|
- There is 1 train service from Puri Railway Station to Delhi Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station (NZM).
|Train||Puri||Delhi NZM||Operating Days|
|18477||20:50||14:40 + 1 day||M,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa,Su|
- Fastest Train: The fastest train from Puri to Delhi is the Nandan Kanan Express (Train #12815) departing at 10:55 on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
- Slowest Train: The slowest train from Puri to Delhi is the Kalinga Utkal Express (PT) (Train #18477) departing at 20:50 on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
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Location of Puri Railway Station
Puri Railway Station is 4.4 km by road from the Maa Bata Mangala Temple.
Location of New Delhi Railway Station
New Delhi Railway Station is 1.7 km by road from Connaught Place.
Location of Anand Vihar Terminal
Anand Vihar Terminal Railway Station is 12.9 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.
About the Tomb of Safdar Jang in Delhi
Mirza Muqim Abul Mansur Khan, better known as Safdar Jang, was the ruler of the region then known as Awadh (which comprised part of what is now Uttar Pradesh and part of Nepal) during the mid 18th Century. Construction of his tomb commenced in the same year that Safdar Jang died, which was 1754. The Tomb of Safdar Jang is an imposing structure surrounded by a large formal garden, all which have been kept in a good state of repair. The two storey structure has 4 minarets, 1 in each corner, and a central dome. The Tomb of Safdar Jang is a classic example of Mughal architecture reminiscent of the Taj Mahal in Agra. The Tomb of Safdar Jang is often overlooked as a tourist destination with people choosing to visit the more famous Mughal era building such as the Humayun Tomb, but our view is that the Tomb of Safdar Jang is well worth visiting.
The Tomb of Safdar Jang is open to visitors every day of the week from 07:00 to 18:00 entry costs 15 INR for Indian nationals and 200 INR for foreigners.