New Delhi Railway Station 1/2 by Tripoto
Kshitiz Goliya
In the month of December, amidst the din of delayed and cancelled trains, I boarded the notorious Magadh Express on my journey to Patna. Magadh Express, just like Bihar, had a glorious past and was known to be a fast and reliable train in some age. However, today it has become an epitome of Indian Railways’ lack of punctuality and a 10 hour delay is considered normal on this train. So besides my plan to travel to Bihar, the fact that I was doing it in Magadh Express, drew both alarm and amazement from my Patna friends. I wasn’t surprised when a 16 hour journey turned into a 28 hour crawl through East UP and Bihar, with regular unscheduled stops in the middle of nowhere.
Anand Michael
Pickup point: Railway Station Ajmeri Gate ParkingCar Type - 7 Seater Rent - 12000INR No of ppl - 7 No of Days - 2.5 dayswe booked rooms in nearby hotel to refresh up. There are plenty of options for rooms with varying rates and stars.via : www.oyorooms.com
Anand Michael
Day 3: Morning reached New Delhi Railway StationTo Explore the places on our comfortable time, we booked a zoom car before we reached Delhi.Zoom Car Details:Website - www.zoomcar.com
Pankaj Chavan
At 0830 i was at New Delhi station, it was drizzling. Took a metro from NDLS to Khan market, I was heading towards my friends place to gear myself up for the adventure. The metro did give a ‘Amchi Mumbai Local’ feeling, but nothing beats the nightmare of Virar fast local in Mumbai. After getting fresh and grabbing 2 parathas, I headed to Karol Bagh where I had booked Bajaj Avenger 2016 for 4 days. It costed ₹650 per day, which I discovered later as a good deal after having a test drive. My Jet Airways friend, Jayesh, met me in Karol Bagh and we started our adventure.
Globetrotter
Finally the day came, we were very excited about our trip. We met directly at New Delhi Railway station and took our seat.
Tanya Yadav
Nitish Thapliyal
I boarded the train to my hometown Dehradun from Delhi,so waited there for around one hour before the train departed the station.
Samantha Mascarenhas
Just outside the railway station you will have access to the New Delhi metro station. You can hop on the yellow line to reach Chandni Chowk.