Kota Patna Express (Via Faizabad) 13238 train schedule

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Kota to Patna Kota Patna Express (Via Faizabad) 13238 train schedule cloud_download

Station
Arrival
Departure
Halt Avg. Delay* Day Distance Platform
1 Kota Jn
( KOTA )
Starts
-
1 0 km 4
2 Indargarh
( IDG )
1 71 km 1
3 Sawai Madhopur
( SWM )
1 108 km 3
4 Narayanpur Tatwar
( NNW )
1 155 km 2
5 Gangapur City
( GGC )
1 172 km 1
6 Hindaun City
( HAN )
1 216 km 2
7 Bayana Jn
( BXN )
1 249 km 1
8 Bharatpur Jn
( BTE )
1 291 km 4
9 Mathura Jn
( MTJ )
N.A 2 324 km 7
10 Agra Cantt
( AGC )
N.A 2 378 km 5
11 Raja Ki Mandi
( RKM )
N.A 2 382 km 3
12 Tundla Jn
( TDL )
N.A 2 407 km 5
13 Kanpur Central
( CNB )
2 638 km 9
14 Unnao Jn
( ON )
2 656 km 3
15 Lucknow
( LKO )
2 710 km 2
16 Faizabad Jn
( FD )
2 838 km 1
17 Ayodhya
( AY )
2 845 km 1
18 Akbarpur
( ABP )
2 899 km 1
19 Shahganj Jn
( SHG )
2 943 km 3
20 Jaunpur Jn
( JNU )
2 976 km 1,3
21 Varanasi Jn
( BSB )
2 1034 km 8
22 Deendayal Upadhyaya Jn
( DDU )
2 1052 km 1
23 Zamania
( ZNA )
2 1096 km 1
24 Bhadaura
( BWH )
2 1117 km 1
25 Buxar
( BXR )
2 1146 km 1
26 Dumraon
( DURE )
2 1162 km -
27 Ara
( ARA )
2 1214 km 1
28 Bihta
( BTA )
2 1236 km 1
29 Danapur
( DNR )
2 1253 km 1
30 Patna Jn
( PNBE )
Ends
-
2 1263 km 5,7
*Note: Average delay is average of delays calculated over previous 7 days.
Platform no. is indicative only. Please re-check platform info at the station before boarding train.

Kota Patna Express (Via Faizabad) 13238 route

Kota Patna Express (Via Faizabad) starts from Kota Jn (KOTA) at , reaches Mathura Jn (MTJ) at , Agra Cantt (AGC) at , Kanpur Central (CNB) at , Lucknow (LKO) at , Faizabad Jn (FD) at , Varanasi Jn (BSB) at and Danapur (DNR) at . It arrives at Patna Jn on second day at . It stops at 28 stations in its route between Kota Jn and Patna Jn. Passengers use 13238 Kota Patna Express (Via Faizabad) to travel mostly from Kota to Patna, Kota to Lucknow, Agra to Lucknow, Kota to Varanasi and Mathura Jn to Lucknow.

About Kota

Kota in Rajasthan is situated at the center of the South-eastern area of the state, and along the bank of Chambal River. Being located in the desert land, the city experiences warm weather throughout the summer and mild cold in the winter. The colorful city is well known for the vast history and culture of Rajput's and their heritage. It has fascinated several visitors and tourists from all over the world because of its attractive tourist spots. Kota is also known as the coaching-schools capital of India popular mainly for IIT & Medical entrance exams coaching. Every year more than one lakh students arrive in Kota to undertake coaching. Nearly one fifth of the students who arrive are girls. Kota is also known for its Kota Doria (Thread). It is used for making traditional fabric or muslin famously known as 'Masuria Malmal' and is highly recommended for the sarees. People of Kota usually love quick snacks and is also famous for it. Kota Kachoris are the most popular food snacks and these come in various flavors and stuffing like Pyaj Kachori, Dal Kachori, Aloo Kachori, Mawa Kachori, Kadi Kachori and much more. This spicy dish when served with Pudina or Imli chutney make a perfect pack of delicious tea time snack. It is also one of the most served meals in the mess of the Hostel, Girls and Boys PG in Kota. The city is well connected with neighboring cities and districts and with major cities outside the state via roads. Kota Airport has had no scheduled services operating since 1999. The nearest international airport is Jaipur International Airport situated 250 km away from Kota.

About Patna

The capital city of Bihar, Patna has been the birthplace of the most important kingdoms of India. Not just kingdoms, but also many religions including Buddhism and Jainism have been started in this region. It had an estimated population of 1.68 million in 2011. It is the 19th largest city in India. Patna has multiple railway stations and an Airport named 'Jay Prakash Narayan International Airport' which is 7 km from Patna Jn station. Patna is one of the holiest cities in Sikhism as it has Takht Shri Harmandir Saheb - one of the Five Takhts of Sikhism. The Gurdwara at Patna Sahib is in remembrance of the birthplace of Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Guru of the Sikhs. Pathar ki Masjid is also a must visit in Patna it stands on the bank of the river Ganges near Takht Shri Harmandir Saheb. The whole structure is build of stones. Jain pilgrimages also visit Patna mainly for Kamaldah Jain Temple, which is the oldest Jain temple in Patna built in 18th century. Other attractions are Gandhi Maidan, Patna zoo, Buddha Smriti Park. Public transport in patna is provided by buses auto rickshaws and local trains. Bihari cuisine is also very famous across India. Some well known dishes of Bihari cuisine include sattu paratha, chokha, fish curry, Bihari kebab, postaa-dana kaa halwaa, malpua, dal pitha (Bihari version of momos), kheer makhana and thekua/khajuria. Street foods such as Samosa, Chaat, litti chokha, phuchka, South Indian and Chinese cuisine are favourite among people.