By train the journey from Delhi to Ajmer is scheduled to take between 6 hours 05 minutes and 9 hours 10 minutes. Via the shortest route the length of the journey is 374 km. Trains to Ajmer depart from 4 different railway stations in Delhi, and all arrive at Ajmer Junction Railway Station.
Train Times to Ajmer
There are three train services from New Delhi Railway Station (NDLS) to Ajmer Junction.
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There are twelve train services from Old Delhi Junction (DLI) to Ajmer Junction.
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There are ten train services from Delhi Sarai Rohilla Railway Station (DEE) to Ajmer Junction.
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There is 1 train service from Delhi Cantt Station (DEC) to Ajmer Junction.
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- Fastest Train: The fastest train from Delhi to Ajmer is Train #12066 (Ajmer Jan Shatabdi Express) departing from Delhi Sarai Rohilla Station which is scheduled to complete the journey in 6 hours 05 minutes.
- Slowest Train: The slowest train from Delhi to Ajmer is Train #19602 departing (New Jalpaiguri – Udaipur City Weekly Express (PT)) departing from Old Delhi Junction Railway Station which is scheduled to complete the journey in 9 hours 10 minutes.
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Location of New Delhi Railway Station
New Delhi Railway Station is 1.3 km from Connaught Place.
Location of Delhi Sarai Rohilla Station
Delhi Sarai Rohilla Railway Station is 5.6 km from Connaught Place.
Location of Old Delhi Junction Railway Station
Old Delhi Junction Railway Station is 5.6 km from Connaught Place.
Location of Delhi Cantt Railway Station
Delhi Cantonment Railway Station is 14.1 km from Connaught Place.
Location of Ajmer Junction Railway Station
Ajmer Junction Railway Station is 1.5 km from Ajmer Jain Temple.
About Ajmer Jain Temple
Ajmer Jain Temple, also known as the Nasiyan Jain Temple and the Soniji Ki Nasiyan Temple, was constructed in 1865 from red sandstone and features an impressive gopuram gate, a 16.5 metre high statue of Shanti Nath (the largest one in the world) and a 25 metre tall white marble column in the courtyard engraved with images depicting images of Tirthankara, who is a religious teacher and spiitual guide in the Jain religion. The most famous part of the temple, however, is the main chamber known as the Swarna Nagari (City of Gold). This chamber features fascinating dioramas, made in gold, depicting the universe as it is described in the Jain religious texts. These three dimensional representations of complex religious and philosophical concepts took 25 years to craft. The purpose of creating this chamber was to explain the Jain world view to both believers and non-believers.
The Ajmer Jain Temple is open every day from 06:00 to 20:30 and entry costs 10 INR for Indian nationals and 25 INR for everyone else. Entry inside the main chamber is restricted to believers in the Jain faith, although everyone can view the main chamber from the doorway and access other parts of the temple including the museum.