Which side of New Delhi Railway Station is Ajmeri Gate?

Ajmeri gate is at platform 16.. and platform number 1 is at Pahar ganj side. You will find porter easily at Ajmeri gate who will take you plate form No. 1 / any other plate form from where Amritsar Shatabadi goes.

Which gate is near to New Delhi Railway Station?

New Delhi railway station (station code: NDLS) is the main railway station in Delhi, situated between Ajmeri Gate and Paharganj.

How many gates are there in New Delhi Railway Station?

New Delhi railway station (NDLS) has total 16 platforms. Platform 1 is towards the Paharganj entry of station while platform 16 is towards the Ajmeri gate entry to the station.

What are the two sides of New Delhi Railway Station?

For Delhi Junction Railway Station, the entry and exit will be from Chandni Chowk side. For New Delhi Railway Station, the entry and exit will be from both Ajmeri Gate and Paharganj side.

Which platform is near to Paharganj?

Platform 1 is nearest the Paharganj side.

Which side is Paharganj?

You should go to Ajmeri Gate entrance (Platform No. 16 side) which will be close to your PF 11 rather than Paharganj (Platform No. 1 side).

Which gate is near to platform 1?

Platform No. 1 is towards Paharganj side, more suitable for passengers coming from Jhandewalan and Karol Bagh. The opposite end is platform No. 16 which is Ajmeri Gate exit/entrance.

When was the Ajmeri railway station built?

In September 2009, the new building of the station on the Ajmeri Gate side was opened by Northern Railway; built at Rs250,000,000 by Gangotri Enterprises Limited and the building has a total floor area of 9,000 m 2 spread over three floors.

What is the history of Ajmeri Gate?

Ajmeri Gate is a city gate of the old fortified city of Shahjahanabad. The name of the gate derives from its location on the road leading to the city of Ajmer in Rajasthan. It’s a typical looking Mughal Indo-Islanmic gate and singled arched.

What is the Old Delhi railway station?

Before the new imperial capital New Delhi was established after 1911, the Old Delhi railway station served the entire city and the Agra –Delhi railway line cut through what is today called Lutyens’ Delhi and the site earmarked for the hexagonal All-India War Memorial (now India Gate) and Kingsway (now Rajpath ).

Where is the enquiry counter in New Delhi railway station?

New Delhi railway station Enquiry counter is on both side of the station.Enquiry counter will be on your right side if you enter from ajmeri gate side. from paharganj side enquiry counter is on beside the current reservation counter and ATMs. New Delhi railway station Address is “Bhavbhuti Marg, Kamla Market, Ajmeri Gate, New Delhi, Delhi 110006”.