Trains from Ajmer to Udaipur

By train the journey from Ajmer to Udaipur is scheduled to take from 5 hours 15 minutes to 9 hours 35 minutes depending upon which train service you take. Via the shortest route the distance travelled by train from Ajmer to Udaipur is 294 km.

Train Times from Ajmer to Udaipur


There are currently 10 trains from Ajmer to Udaipur.

  • Train times from Ajmer Junction Railway Station (AII) to Udaipur City Railway Station (UDZ).
TrainAjmer (AII)Udaipur (UDZ)
Operating Days
1966500:4006:35M,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa,Su
2047302:0507:50M,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa,Su
1960507:5017:25M,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa,Su
0972108:1513:30M,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa,Su
1961008:5515:55M,W,Sa
1299216:0021:40M,Tu,W,Th,F,Sa,Su
1231518:2000:25F
1961618:2000:25Sa
1960221:3503:15Tu
2298623:0004:30Su

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Location of Ajmer Junction Railway Station


Ajmer Junction Railway Station is 1.3 km by road from the Nasiyan Digamber Jain Temple.

Google Map of Ajmer Junction Railway Station

Location of Udaipur City Railway Station


Udaipur City Railway Station is 1.4 km by road from Shri Manshapurna Karni Mata Temple.

Google Map of Udaipur City Railway Station

About Travel to Udaipur


Udaipur is the most southerly of the major cities in the desert state of Rajasthan and best known for the series of 7 lakes which surround this city of around half a million permanent residents. The central point of the city, and the place which will be most familiar to visitors, is Lake Pichola. James Bond fans will recognise the Lake Palace, located on an island in Lake Pichola, from the film Octopussy. The Lake Palace is now an exclusive hotel which only wealthier fans of Roger Moore will be able to see inside, but you can take a boat tour around the outside for a much smaller fee. Also located on an island in Lake Pichola is the Jag Mandir, which is a royal palace constructed in stages over the later part of the 16th Century and early part of the 17th Century. Even more impressive, however, is the massive City Palace on the edge of Lake Pichola. The City Palace was built over several centuries starting from the time the city was founded in 1553. The palace is still owned by the former royal family of Udaipur and part of the palace is now used for retail premises and an exclusive hotel to fund the upkeep of this sprawling relic of India’s rich past. For a fee you can visit the City Palace which houses, amongst other attractions, a museum.

View across Udaipur city
View across Udaipur city

Beyond Lake Pichola, Udaipur has a range of other attractions, which although less grand, are well worth visiting:

  • Monsoon Palace: Hilltop royal palace constructed in the late 19th Century which looks down over modern day Udaipur.
  • Saheliyon-ki-Bari: Garden built in the 18th Century romantically named the ‘Garden of the Maidens’.
  • Jagdish Temple: Founded in 1651, this Hindu temple is the largest place of worship in the city.
  • Gulab Bagh and Bird Park: Established in 1884, this the largest and arguably most beautiful garden in Rajasthan, which includes a zoo and bird park.

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