Agra To Ahmedabad Trains

Following is the list of all the trains running between Agra to Ahmedabad Railway Stations:
Train Train Name Origin Departure Destination Arrival M T W T F S S
15636 Guwahati Dwarka Expres... Agra Fort 00:35 Ahmedabad Jn 18:00 N N Y N N N N
15668 Kamakhya Gandhidham Ex... Agra Fort 00:35 Ahmedabad Jn 19:10 N N N N Y N N
19570 Varanasi Okha Express Agra Fort 09:45 Ahmedabad Jn 01:50 N N N N N N Y
12948 Patna azimabad Express Agra Fort 12:30 Ahmedabad Jn 05:35 N N N Y N Y N
12942 Asansol parasnath Expr... Agra Fort 12:30 Ahmedabad Jn 04:55 N N N N Y N N
09410 Pnbe Adi Specia Agra Fort 12:35 Ahmedabad Jn 05:35 Y N N N N N N
15045 Gorakhpur okha Express Raja Ki Mandi 17:00 Ahmedabad Jn 18:00 N N N Y N N N
12938 Howrah garbha Express Agra Fort 18:15 Ahmedabad Jn 10:45 N Y N N N N N
12547 Af Adi Sf Exp Agra Fort 22:15 Ahmedabad Jn 13:35 N Y N N Y N Y
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About Agra City

Popularly known as the City of Taj, Agra is situated in the north India state of Agra. The city was the capital of erstwhile Mughals during 16th - 17th century, who erected several architectural wonders. Even today Agra provides a glimpse of the bygone era through its forts and monuments and draws tourists from world over. Taj Mahal, a white marble built by Shah Jahan about 350 years ago is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Agra Fort constructed by Akbar is another superb specimen of Mughal architecture. Sikandra and Fatehpur Sikri are interesting places related to Mughals, both located at a close distance from Agra. In addition to a vibrant centre of art and culture, Agra is also famous for handicrafts, leather work, brass water, carpets, jewelry, embroidery work, zari and marble work.

About Ahmedabad City

One of the largest cities in India, Ahmedabad is one of Gujarat's most important towns. Founded in 1411 by Sultan Ahmed Shah, Ahmedabad became known for its strong and diverse textile industry during the British colonial period, and was also very important in the Independence Movement. Known best for the Gandhi Ashram that resides on the banks of the beautiful Sabarmati River, Ahmedabad is also an important centre of learning, culture, and heritage.