The journey by train from Jodhpur to Pune is scheduled to take between 20 hours 20 minutes and 23 hours 10 minutes depending upon which train you take. Via the shortest route the distance travelled by train from Jodhpur to Pune is 1,081 km.
Train Times to Pune
There are 5 train services from Jodphur to Pune departing from 2 different train stations in Jodphur.
- There are 4 train services from Jodphur Junction Railway Station (JU) to Pune Junction Railway Station (PUNE).
|Train||Jodphur (JU)||Pune (PUNE)||Operating Days|
- There are 1 train services from Bhagat ki Kothi Railway Station (BGKT) to Pune Junction Railway Station (PUNE).
|Train||Jodphur (BGKT)||Pune (PUNE)||Operating Days|
- Fastest Train: The fastest train from Jodphur to Pune is the Shri Ganganagar – Tiruchchirappalli Humsafar Express (Train #22497) departing at 11:20 on Tuesdays.
- Slowest Train: The slowest train from Jodphur to Pune is the Bhagat ki Kothi – Pune Express (Train #11089) departing at 05:25 on Tuesdays.
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Location of Jodhpur Junction Railway Station
Jodhpur Junction Railway Station is 10.4 km by road from Mehrangarh Fort and Museum.
Location of Bhagat ki Kothi Railway Station
Bhagat ki Kothi Railway Station is 9.4 km by road from Mehrangarh Fort and Museum.
Location of Pune Railway Station
Pune Junction Railway Station is 4.9 km by road from the Aga Khan Palace.
Pune, with a population of over 7 million permanent residents, is a thriving dynamic city. Modern day Pune is famous for its IT industry, production of automobile parts, and its many educational institutes. The population of Pune is relatively young on account of the large number of students, and the city has a cosmopolitan atmosphere with more nightlife than many other cities in India and alcohol widely available across the city.
Pune has existed as a settlement for around 1,600 years, with the earliest known dwellings in the area, the Pataleshwar caves, dating back to the 5th Century. There is a lot to see in the city centre, but access to a vehicle is required to visit the magnificent hills in the area and in particular the famous hill forts which are located from 26 to 215 km from Pune city centre. Within the city itself top attractions include:
- Shaniwar Wada: 18th Century palace largely destroyed by a fire in the 19th Century but interesting to visit because of the fortified walls and impressive gardens.
- Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum: Large museum of local arts and crafts housed within a Rajasthani style building.
- Parvati Hill temples: Temples on a hill with panoramic views of the city.
- Aga Khan Palace: Italian style building once the residence of the Aga Khan but now a museum dedicated to the Indian independence struggle.
- Pataleshwar Caves: 8th Century temple cut into the rock and located within the city itself.