Delhi To Pune Trains

Following is the list of all the trains running between Delhi to Pune Railway Stations:
Train Train Name Origin Departure Destination Arrival M T W T F S S
12782 Swarna Jayanthi H Nizamuddin 05:55 Pune Jn 09:15 Y N N N N N N
12148 Nzm Kop Exp H Nizamuddin 05:55 Pune Jn 09:15 N N N Y N N N
12630 Ypr S Krnti Exp H Nizamuddin 08:50 Pune Jn 11:05 N N Y N Y N N
11078 Jhelum Express Narela 08:55 Pune Jn 14:35 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
12264 Pune Duronto Ex H Nizamuddin 11:00 Pune Jn 07:10 Y N N Y N N N
12780 Goa Express H Nizamuddin 15:05 Pune Jn 16:20 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

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About Delhi City

India's capital city New Delhi is one the largest cities of the world. Politically named as national capital territory of Delhi, the city is one of the four metropolitan cities of India. Also referred to as the ‘Mini India', Delhi is home to people from almost every region of the country. A bustling capital city, Delhi presents a fine combination of old and new. The 5,000 year old city was ruled by several great dynasties and has been mentioned in great epic Mahabharata. Even today you can get fine glimpses of Delhi's rich historic past, in the old monuments.

Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Old Fort, Qutub Minar and Humayun Tomb are some of the architectural masterpieces of Delhi. Besides, the city also has new wonders like India Gate, Akshardham Temple and Lotus Temple. High rising buildings and shopping malls, lush sprawling gardens and parks, entertainment centres, eating joints and multiplexes, altogether make Delhi a prosperous capital city.

The areas located adjunct to Delhi is called as national capital region (NCR). Due to their location advantage close to Delhi these places have their special importance. Cities namely Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Noida and Gurgaon are referred as NCR and they have provided extra space to rapidly growing Delhi. Several major industries have made these cities their base that has helped a lot to Delhi and its people.


About Pune City

Pune, once called as ‘Punyanagari' (literally meaning the ‘City of Virtues'), is the second biggest city of Maharashtra state. Situated 160 kms southeast of Mumbai, Pune is considered as the ‘Cultural capital of Marathi speaking people'. Existence of Pune dates back to 937 AD, and Chatrapathi Shivaji, founder of the Maratha Empire spent early part of his life here. Even today after several centuries, various edifices in the city narrate the tales of the glorious past. With its marvelous ancient temples, exquisite sculptures, educational institutions, thumping nightlife, yoga, mediation and personality development centres and much more, Pune draws visitors from all over the world.