Bhubaneswar KSR Bengaluru Suvidha Special 82843 train schedule

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Class - 3A SL

Bhubaneswar to Bengaluru Bhubaneswar KSR Bengaluru Suvidha Special 82843 train schedule cloud_download

Station
Arrival
Departure
Halt Avg. Delay* Day Distance Platform
1 Bhubaneswar
( BBS )
Starts
-
1 0 km 4
2 Khurda Road Jn
( KUR )
1 19 km 4
3 Brahmapur
( BAM )
2 166 km 2
4 Sompeta
( SPT )
N.A 2 209 km 2
5 Palasa
( PSA )
N.A 2 241 km 2
6 Srikakulam Road
( CHE )
2 314 km -
7 Vizianagram Jn
( VZM )
2 383 km 3
8 Kottavalasa
( KTV )
2 418 km 2
9 Duvvada
( DVD )
2 446 km 1
10 Tuni
( TUNI )
2 526 km -
11 Samalkot Jn
( SLO )
2 580 km -
12 Rajamundry
( RJY )
2 630 km -
13 Tadepalligudem
( TDD )
2 671 km -
14 Eluru
( EE )
2 719 km -
15 Vijayawada Jn
( BZA )
N.A 2 779 km 6
16 Tenali Jn
( TEL )
2 810 km -
17 Ongole
( OGL )
2 917 km 3
18 Nellore
( NLR )
N.A 2 1034 km -
19 Gudur Jn
( GDR )
N.A 2 1072 km -
20 Renigunta Jn
( RU )
2 1156 km 4
21 Katpadi Jn
( KPD )
2 1280 km -
22 Jolarpettai
( JTJ )
2 1365 km 4
23 Bangarapet
( BWT )
2 1440 km -
24 Bengaluru City Jn
( SBC )
Ends
-
2 1510 km -
*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.

Bhubaneswar to Bengaluru Bhubaneswar KSR Bengaluru Suvidha Special 82843 timing

Bhubaneswar KSR Bengaluru Suvidha Special (82843) runs from Bhubaneswar to Bengaluru. It departs from Bhubaneswar station (BBS) at from platform 4 and arrives at Bengaluru City Jn station (SBC) at . Bhubaneswar KSR Bengaluru Suvidha Special takes 24 hrs 50 mints to cover the distance of 1510 km between Bhubaneswar and Bengaluru. It is a non-superfast train. The average speed of this train is 60 kmph. It has classes Third AC (3A) and Sleeper (SL). This train runs on Monday. Final chart for Bhubaneswar KSR Bengaluru Suvidha Special is prepared at Bhubaneswar usually 3-4 hours before train departure time.

About Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneswar is the capital of Orissa. It is the largest city in this state and is a centre of economic and religious importance in Eastern India. Bhubaneswar replaced Cuttack as the capital after India gained its independence from Britain. The modern city was designed by the German architect Otto Konigsberger in 1946. Along with Jamshedpur and Chandigarh, it was one of modern India's first planned cities. Bhubaneswar and Cuttack are often referred to as the 'twin cities of Odisha'. The first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, had laid the foundation stone of the city on April 13 in 1948. Bhubaneswar is supposed to have had over one thousand temples, including the world famous temples like Lingaraj Temple, Mukteswar Temple, Bindu Sagar, Shatrughaneswar Temple, Vaital Temple, Parashurameswar Temple etc., earning the tag of the Temple City of India. Temples made in the Kalinga architectural style with a pine spire that curves up to a point over the sanctum housing the presiding deity and a pyramid-covered hall where people sit and pray. Nandankanan Zoological Park at Bhubaneswar (Nandankanan means The Garden of Heavens) is a 990-acre zoo and botanical garden in Bhubaneswar. Established in 1960, it was opened to the public in 1979 and became the first zoo in India to join World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA) in 2009. It is home to over 34 white tigers, a species it claims to have produced. Biju Patnaik International Airport in Bhubaneswar is the major and sole international airport in Odisha.

About Bengaluru

Also referred to as the "Silicon Valley of India", Bangalore or Bengaluru is the capital city of Karnataka. With an estimated population of 8.5 million in 2011, it is the fifth most populous city in India and the 18th most populous city in the world. The city is served by Kempegowda International Airport (BLR), located at Devanahalli, about 40 kilometres from the city centre. It is a divisional headquarters in the South Western Railway zone of the Indian Railways. Bangalore is known as the "Garden City of India" because of its greenery, broad streets and the presence of many public parks, such as Lal Bagh and Cubbon Park.