Trains from Amritsar to Jodhpur

The journey by train from Amritsar to Jodhpur is scheduled to take around 18 hours. The distance travelled via the shortest route is 884 km.

Train Times to Jodhpur


There is a single train services from Amritsar to Jodhpur, which departs from Amritsar Junction Railway Station (ASR) and arrives at Jodhpur Junction Railway Station (JU).

TrainAmritsar (ASR)Jodhpur (JU)
Operating Days
1922602:3020:35M,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa,Su

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Location of Amritsar Junction Railway Station


Amritsar Junction Railway Station is 2.3 km by road from the Golden Temple.

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Location of Jodhpur Junction Railway Station


Jodhpur Junction Railway Station is 6.1 km by road from the Mehrangarh Museum and Trust.

Google Map of Jodhpur Junction Railway Station

About travel to Jodhpur


Jodhpur is a city of just over 2 million permanent residents on the edge of the arid Thar desert. It’s hot and dry in Jodhpur almost all the year round, cooling down slightly from November through to the end of February each year. The city’s main industries are the production of handicrafts, and tourism. India’s armed forces also have a significant presence in the city because of the city’s located near the border with Pakistan.

Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur
Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur

The main tourist attraction in Jodhpur is the massive Mehrangarh Fort. The Mehrangarh Fort is located on top of a 125 metre tall hill overlooking an otherwise almost entirely flat landscape. The fort covers an area of 5 square kilometres all of which is surrounded by a defensive wall 36 metres high and 21 metres wide. Mehrangarh Fort is a city within a city and features palaces, temples and gardens. The fort is open to tourists every day from 09:00 to 17:00. Local people are employed to spend time doing traditional activities whilst wearing historical costumes, and there is a daily ritual where black kites are feed meat. This spectacle involving hundreds of birds happens every day at 15:30. The city has a number of other palaces and temples, but the main other attraction is the vibrant markets where spices and fabrics are sold at reasonable prices. Jodhpur’s other claim to fame is its unique cuisine, including the very popular local version of the thali which is served at many restaurants around the city, including one in the Mehrangarh Fort which offers great views to diners.

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