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How To Visit Qutub Minar By Train

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The capital city, Delhi, is home to several railway stations that have a large number of trains running to all the major parts of the country. So, if you are looking for a more thrilling journey to Qutub Minar, traveling by train is a fascinating option. The city boasts of a number of well-connected railway stations like the Old Delhi Railway Station, New Delhi Railway Station, Nizamuddin Station, Anand Vihar Railway Station etc. The nearest railway station to Qutub Minar is the Nizamuddin Railway station that is at a distance of around 15 kilometers from the Qutub Complex and can be reached in a total of 40 minutes. Here are a few trains running to Delhi from some of the main Indian cities:  

  • Mumbai to Delhi: Mumbai Rajdhani runs from Mumbai Central Railway Station to New Delhi Railway Station while Nizamuddin Garib Rath runs from Mumbai Bandra Terminus to Nizamuddin Railway station so you can conveniently reach from Mumbai to Delhi via rail in 15-17 hours by paying 1 to 3 thousand rupees.
  • Jaipur to Delhi: Jaipur to Delhi is a shorter distance and you can board trains like Ajmer Shatabdi and Swarna Jayanti Raj Express from Jaipur Railway Station to New Delhi Railway Station by paying a reasonable fare of about seven hundred to seventeen hundred rupees. 
  • Chennai to Delhi: While the ticket of Durunto express, running from Chennai Central Railway Station to Nizamuddin Railway Station, is priced at thirteen hundred rupees for a 28 hour long journey, you can also opt for cheaper alternatives like the Dehradun Express that covers the same distance in around 35 hours but costs around seven hundred rupees only.