Neelachal (Neelanchal) Express (12875) departs from Bhubaneswar station (BBS) at and arrives Partapgarh Jn station (PBH) at taking a total of 21 hrs 17 mints to cover the distance of 1161 kms. This train has 26 stoppages.
Train seat availability for all 2 trains that run from Bhubaneswar to Partapgarh Jn can be found in above table.
Fare for trains from Bhubaneswar to Partapgarh Jn is Rs 320 in None (GN), Rs 1470 in Third AC (3A), Rs 560 in Sleeper (SL), Rs 2100 in Second AC (2A) and Rs 335 in Second Seater (2S) in general quota. Tatkal ticket fare and premium tatkal fare in this route starts from Rs 1885 in Third AC (3A), Rs 715 in Sleeper (SL), Rs 2625 in Second AC (2A) and Rs 350 in Second Seater (2S).
Bhubaneswar to Partapgarh Jn Neelachal (Neelanchal) Express (12875) departs from Bhubaneswar station (BBS) at and arrives Partapgarh Jn station (PBH) at . This train has 26 stoppages. Bhubaneswar to Partapgarh Jn train fare is Rs.320 in None, Rs.1470 in Third AC, Rs.2100 in Second AC and Rs.560 in Sleeper for this train.
The fastest train from Bhubaneswar to Partapgarh Jn is Neelachal SF Special (02875) which travels a distance of 1161 kms in just 21 hrs 10 mints. The slowest train from Bhubaneswar to Partapgarh Jn is Neelachal (Neelanchal) Express (12875) which travels a distance of 1161 kms in 21 hrs 17 mints. The most punctual train from Bhubaneswar to Partapgarh Jn is Neelachal (Neelanchal) Express (12875) which reaches Partapgarh Jn with an average delay of just 0 minute. The most delayed train from Bhubaneswar to Partapgarh Jn is Neelachal (Neelanchal) Express (12875) which reaches Partapgarh Jn with an average delay of over 0 minute.
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. Bhubaneswar has 6 railway stations - Bhubaneswar (BBS), Mancheswar (MCS), Lingaraj Temple Road (LGTR), Patia P.H. (PTAB), Bani Bihar (BNBH) and Bhubaneswar New (BBSN).
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