Trains from Bikaner to Mumbai

By train the journey from Bikaner to Mumbai is scheduled to take from 21 hours 45 minutes to 24 hours 10 minutes depending upon which train you take. Via the shortest route the distance travelled is 1,212 km.

Train Times to Mumbai


There are 3 train services from Bikaner to Mumbai, all departing from the same train station but arriving at two different train stations in Mumbai.

  • 2 of these train services are from Bikaner Junction Railway Station (BKN) to Mumbai Bandra Terminus Railway Station (BDTS).
TrainBikaner (BKN)Mumbai (BDTS)
Operating Days
1470709:3009:40 + 1 dayM,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa,Su
2247315:0012:45M

  • 1 of these train services is from Bikaner Junction Railway Station (BKN) to Mumbai Dadar Western Railway Station (DR).
TrainBikaner (BKN)Mumbai (DDR)
Operating Days
1248913:4012:00Tu,Sa

  • Fastest Train: The fastest train from Bikaner to Mumbai is the Bikaner – Bandra Terminus SF Express (Train #22473) departing at 12:45 on Mondays.
  • Slowest Train: The slowest train from Bikaner to Mumbai is the Ranakpur Express (PT) (Train #14707) departing at 09:30 every day of the week.

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Location of Bikaner Junction Railway Station


Bikaner Junction Railway Station is located 2.0 km by road from the Junagarh Fort.

Google Map of Bikaner Junction Railway Station

Location of Mumbai Bandra Terminus Railway Station


Mumbai Bandra Terminus Railway Station is located 18.7 km by road from the Gateway of India Monument.

Google Map of Mumbai Bandra Terminus Railway Station

Location of Mumbai Dadar Western Railway Station


Mumbai Dadar Western Railway Station is located 11.3 km by road from the Gateway of India Monument.

Google Map of Mumbai Dadar Western Railway Station

About Mumbai


Mumbai is the largest and most economically important city in India. Built on what was originally 7 islands, the area has been inhabited since the South Asian Stone Age and controlled by a succession of different empires throughout its long history. Modern day Mumbai is a sprawling and diverse city with both conspicuous wealth and extreme poverty intermingling in one giant urban space. Mumbai is an exciting and at times overwhelming experience for visitors which not everyone will enjoy, but a destination in India which should not be overlooked because of its massive cultural importance.

Aerial view of Mumbai
Aerial view of Mumbai

Amongst the main tourists attractions in Mumbai are:

  • Marine Drive: Long coastal road with a seafront promenade and an impressive collection of Art Deco buildings.
  • Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus: 19th Century railway station built by the British colonial government in Italian Gothic style.
  • Gateway of India Monument: Early 20th Century arch built on the seafront in South Mumbai in Indo-Saracenic style.
  • Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya: Massive grand colonial style museum with over 50,000 exhibits.
  • Haji Ali Dargah: 15th century mosque located on the seafront.
  • Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Mandir: Hindu temple built in the early 19th Century.
  • Chor bazaar: Atmospheric market located on narrow streets, also known as ‘Thieves Market’.
  • Taj Palace Hotel: Located near the Gateway of India Monument and opened in 1903, the Taj Palace Hotel is one of the world’s most famous hotels and you should go in for a drink or a meal even of staying there is beyond your budget.

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