Darbhanga–Bangalore Express

The Darbhanga – Bengaluru City Express Bagmati Express is a weekly train from Bangalore in Karnataka to Darbhanga in Bihar via Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh a 500 km long route compare to Asansol,Adra,Bhubaneshwar,Vishakhaptanam,Vijaiwada. This train runs from Bangalore on Saturdays and from Darbhanga on Tuesdays.This Train runs via.Chennai Central Nagpur Jabalpur Junction Cheoki Mugalsarai Patna Barauni. This is a superfast express train and takes about 52 hours to cover the distance.


This train is named after the Bagmati River which originates in Nepal and flows through Darbhanga.

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