Agra To Patna Trains

Following is the list of all the trains running between Agra to Patna Railway Stations:
Train Train Name Origin Departure Destination Arrival M T W T F S S
12396 Ziyarat Express Agra Fort 08:55 Rjndr Ngr Bihar 23:05 N N N N Y N N
13008 Shri Ganganagar Udyan... Raja Ki Mandi 11:48 Patna Saheb 06:54 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
15631 Barmer Guwahati Expres... Agra Fort 13:30 Patna Jn 04:30 Y N Y N N N N
25631 Bikaner guwahati Expre... Agra Fort 13:30 Patna Jn 04:30 Y N Y N N N N
15667 Gandhidham b G Kamakhy... Agra Fort 13:30 Patna Jn 10:40 N N N N N N Y
12947 Ahmedabad azimabad Exp... Agra Fort 13:30 Patna Jn 04:30 N Y N Y N N N
15635 Okha Guwahati Express Agra Fort 13:30 Patna Jn 10:40 N N N N N Y N
12316 Ananya Express Agra Fort 15:50 Patna Jn 06:05 Y N N N N N N
09409 Adi Patna Spl Agra Fort 16:00 Patna Jn 09:50 N N N N N Y N
13238 Kota patna Express Agra Cantt 23:30 Patna Jn 17:20 N N N Y Y N Y
13240 Kota jn Patna Express Agra Cantt 23:30 Patna Jn 17:20 Y Y Y N N Y N
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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 Patna City

Patna is the capital city of the state of Bihar. One of the world's oldest continuously inhabited places, Patna was earlier known by various names such as Azimabad, Kusumpur and Patalipurta. Besides a place of historic significance, Patna is also a sacred place for Sikhs. Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth and last guru of Sikhs born in Patna. Set on the southern bank of the River Ganges, the city also serves as an excellent base for visiting the Buddhist, Hindu and Jain pilgrimage centres of Bodhgaya, Nalanda, Pawapuri, Vaishali and Rajgir. A bustling capital city, Patna is also home to some of country's renowned educational institutions.