Hyderabad Narasapur Express 17256 train route

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Hyderabad to Narasapur Hyderabad Narasapur Express 17256 train schedule cloud_download

Station
Arrival
Departure
HaltAvg. Delay*DayDistancePlatform
1 Hyderabad Deccan
( HYB )
Starts
-N.A1 0 km 5
2 Secunderabad Jn
( SC )
N.A1 9 km 1
3 Bibinagar
( BN )
N.A1 42 km 2
4 Nalgonda
( NLDA )
N.A1 119 km 2
5 Miryalaguda
( MRGA )
N.A2 157 km 1
6 Vishnupuram
( VNUP )
N.A2 177 km 1
7 Nadikode
( NDKD )
N.A2 195 km -
8 Piduguralla
( PGRL )
N.A2 217 km 2
9 Sattenapalle
( SAP )
N.A2 248 km -
10 Guntur Jn
( GNT )
N.A2 290 km 1
11 Mangalagiri
( MAG )
N.A2 311 km -
12 Vijayawada Jn
( BZA )
N.A2 322 km 1
13 Gudivada Jn
( GDV )
N.A2 366 km 1
14 Mandavalli
( MDVL )
N.A2 388 km -
15 Kaikolur
( KKLR )
N.A2 395 km 1
16 Akividu
( AKVD )
N.A2 412 km 1
17 Bhimavaram Town
( BVRT )
N.A2 429 km 1
18 Bhimavaram Jn
( BVRM )
N.A2 431 km 3
19 Viravasaram
( VVM )
N.A2 442 km 1
20 Palakollu
( PKO )
N.A2 452 km 1
21 Narasapur
( NS )
Ends
-N.A2 461 km 1
*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.

Hyderabad Narasapur Express 17256 route

Hyderabad Narasapur Express starts from Hyderabad Deccan (HYB) at , reaches Secunderabad Jn (SC) at , Nalgonda (NLDA) at , Miryalaguda (MRGA) at , Piduguralla (PGRL) at , Guntur Jn (GNT) at , Vijayawada Jn (BZA) at and Gudivada Jn (GDV) at . It arrives at Narasapur on second day at . It stops at 19 stations in its route between Hyderabad Deccan and Narasapur. Passengers use 17256 Hyderabad Narasapur Express to travel mostly from Hyderabad to Bhimavaram Town, Hyderabad to Guntur, Hyderabad to Narasapur, Hyderabad to Vijayawada and Hyderabad to Bhimavaram Jn.

About Hyderabad

Hyderabad is the capital of Telangana state which was formerly a part of Andhra Pradesh. It lies on the banks of Musi river. This place has a very interesting history. Before independence, when all of India was being ruled by British, this place was ruled by Nizams. Even after independence, the Nizams wanted to keep Hyderabad state independent rather than making it part of India. India had to invade this place with the help of army to take its full control. It was also known as City of Pearls in 18th century when it was famous trading center for diamonds. Telugu is the most spoken language in Hyderabad. Telugu film industry in Hyderabad known as Tollywood produces the second largest number of films in India after Bollywood. Popular tourist attractions in Hyderabad are Ramoji film city, Charminar, Golconda Fort, Chowmahalla Palace, Falaknuma palace and Salar Jung museum. Hyderabad is a famous for Biryani so much so that one rarely hears the word Biryani without prefixing it with Hyderabadi. Mughalai food is also quite popular here. Rajiv Gandhi Airport in Hyderabad is an international airport and has daily flights not only to all major airports of India but also to nearby south asian countries like Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia.