The shortest railway route from Jodphur Junction to Jaipur is 310 km, although some train takes less direct routes from Jodhpur to Jaipur covering a longer distances of 379 km. The fastest train services on this route achieve an average speed of 64 kilometres per hour whilst the slowest ones travel at average speed of 36 kilometres per hour. The journey time is therefore around double is you choose the slowest train services.
Train Times to Jaipur
There are 7 departures a day from Jodphur Junction to Jaipur.
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- Fastest Train: The fastest train from Jodhpur Junction to Jaipur is Train #22477 (the Jodhpur-Jaipur Intercity Express) which is scheduled to complete the journey in 4 hours 50 minutes.
- Slowest Train: The slowest train from Jodhpur Junction to Jaipur is Train #14813 (the Jodhpur – Bhopal Express) which is scheduled to complete the journey in 8 hours 40 minutes.
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Location of Jodhpur Junction Train Station
Jodhpur Junction Railway Station is 2.9 km by road from the Mehrangarh Fort.
Location of Jaipur Train Station
Train services from Jdhpur terminate at Ghandinagar Jaipur railway Station.
Jaipur is the largest town in Rajasthan with a population of over 3 million people, and along with Delhi and Agra forms part of the Golden Triangle of Indian tourist site. Jaipur is a popular destination with a lots of historically important and beautiful buildings both in the city itself and near to the city. Jaipur was founded in 1727 by Jai Singh II, the Raja of Amer, surrounded by a large wall with 7 fortified gates. Later rulers added to the city with more imposing building and the city was painted pink for a visit by the Prince of Wales in 1875, giving rise to the city being known as the Pink City.
There are so many places to visit in Jaipur a first-time visitor may have difficulty in knowing where to start. A good plan for a short visit to Jaipur would be take advantage of the ‘composite ticket’ which is offered to entrance to the five major attractions in Jaipur for a fee of 1,000 INR valid for a 2 day period. The ticket includes entry to:
- Hawa Mahal: The Hawa Mahal, or Palace of the Winds, is a palace constructed in 1799 from red and pink sandstone to resemble the crown of Krishna. The intricate design motif and delicate architecture make this an extremely impressive building.
- Jantar Mantar: Observatory built by Jai Singh II based on Ptolemaic positional astronomy and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
- Albert Hall: The Albert Hall houses a museum which is considered one of the best in India with a wide range of local and international artefacts on display. The building itself is as impressive as the objects on display inside it.
- Amer Fort: Also known as the Amber Fort, the Amer Fort is 13 km from the city centre and dates back to 1592 with elements of both Hindu and Mughal architectural styles.
- Nahargarh Fort: The Nahargarh Fort is one of 3 major forts surrounding the city of Jaipur. The walls inside the fort are elaborately decorated as the fort also occasionally served as a royal residence.