All about metro station near to the Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station

To the Nizamuddin railway station, both Pragati and the Indraprastha railway station tend to be at an equal distance. But in case of the later it tends to take a less amount of time. On the other hand the Janpura station is around 2 to 4 km away from the place. You can take an auto rickshaw in this regard. The Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station falls among the five 5 stations in the capital city of Delhi. The main reason for this station coming into prominence was to reduce the congestion with regards to the other main railway stations. So the nearest metro station to Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station is Indraprastha.

It witnesses a massive footfall of passengers and in railway terms the code of the station is NZM. It has seven platforms and it is fully electrified. The two famous roads of Delhi, the Ring road and Mathura road are pretty adjacent to this railway station and it falls under the domain of the northern railways of the country. All the major and elite class of trains in the form of Rajdhani and the Shatabdi trains tend to emerge from this station. All the major trains to the southern states of India, Bangalore, Chennai and Trivandrum tend to start from here. It is located around 7 kms to the north of Delhi.

In simple terms, this happens to be one of the most populated areas in Delhi. There is a massive rush both in terms of traffic and passengers, which makes it a beehive. If you are planning to catch a Rajdhani train from this station, it is suggested that you plan your travel well in advance. The problem is all the more difficult as the Sarai kale bus terminus is located nearby which is the starting point for all inter city buses. Now you can pretty much understand on how worse the traffic situation can be.

Delhi is a city where people need to cover large distances for work. With the hot weather and the traffic situation, you are at the other end of the tunnel and travelling tends to become a nightmare. In recent times the saving grace has been the emergence of the metro. Not only it is efficient and covers long distances in the shortest time frame possible, it is cost effective as well. A lot of time is saved in this regard and you are no way connected to the traffic situation in the city. Though a fact that needs to be mentioned is that Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station does not have any direct metro station connecting it does fall on the blue line of the Delhi metro. Now all this comes to the aspect on which part of the city you are travelling, you can go on to choose your means of travel.

The metro railway has its own website and with the help of interent you can figure out the exact timings of the train.