By train the journey from Bangalore to Lucknow is scheduled to take from 37 hours 25 minutes to 45 hours 45 minutes depending upon which train you take. Via the shortest route the distance travelled by train from Bangalore to Lucknow is 2,168 km.
Train Times from Bangalore to Lucknow
There are total of 5 train services from Bangalore to Lucknow departing from Yeshwanthpur Junction Railway Station in Bangalore and arriving at either of two stations in Lucknow.
- There are 3 train services from Bangalore Yeshwanthpur Junction Railway Station (YPR) to Lucknow Charbagh Railway Station (LKO).
|Train||Bangalore (YPR)||Lucknow (LKO)||Operating Days|
|12539||13:30||11:15 (+1 day)||W|
|15024||23:40||13:05 (+1 day)||Th|
|22683||23:40||18:40 (+1 day)||M|
- There are 2 train services from Bangalore Yeshwanthpur Junction Railway Station (YPR) to Lucknow Aishbagh Railway Station (ASH).
|Train||Bangalore (YPR)||Lucknow (ASH)||Operating Days|
|12592||17:20||10:10 (+1 day)||M|
|22534||23:40||13:15 (+1 day)||W|
- Fastest Train: The fastest train from Bangalore to Lucknow is Train #15024 departing from Charbagh Railway Station at 23:40 on Thursdays.
- Slowest Train: The slowest train from Bangalore to Lucknow is Train #12539 departing from Charbagh Railway Station at 13:30 on Wednesdays.
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Location of Bangalore YPR Station
Bangalore Yeshwanthpur Junction Railway Station is 7.1 km by road from Bangalore Gandhi Nagar Racecourse.
Location of Lucknow LKO Station
Charbagh Railway Station is 6.5 km by road from the Bara Imambara.
Location of Lucknow ASH Station
Aishbagh Railway Station is 6.7 km by road from the Bara Imambara.
About Travel to Lucknow
With over 3 million permanent residents Lucknow is one of the largest cities in Northern India and the capital of Uttar Pradesh state. Lucknow also has an interesting history. The city rose to prominence during the 18th Century under the Nawabs who were closely allied to Mughal Empire and the city features a range of fantastic examples of Islamic architecture from that period. Lucknow is also associated with works of great literature and the Indian independence movement. Furthermore, the city is also noted for its educational facilities, particularly its private schools which are some of the best (and the largest) in India.
The most prominent landmarks in Lucknow are its imambaras. Imambaras are distinct from mosques and serve as congregation halls for followers of the Shia sect of Islam. There are imambaras all over the world, but arguably the most impressive examples of this type of architectural form are to be found in Lucknow and there are lots of them: Bara Imambara, Chhota Imambara, Imambara Ghufran Ma’ab, Shah Najaf Imambara, Imambara Sibtainabad, and the magnificent Asifi Imambara. Other historic buildings in Lucknow include the Husainabad Clock Tower, a 67 metre tall 19th century tower incorporating European architectural design styles, and the Rumi Darwaza, a 20 metre tall city gate built in the 18th Century. The most significant colonial era building, the Residency, has been left in ruins since fighting during the First War of Indian Independence in 1857.