By train the journey from Bangalore to Jaipur is scheduled to take from 41 to 42 hours depending upon which train you take. Via the shortest route the distance travelled by train from Bangalore to Jaipur is 2,344 km.
Train Times from Bangalore to Jaipur
There are 2 direct services from Bangalore to Jaipur departing from two different train stations in Bangalore and all arriving in Jaipur at Jaipur Junction Railway Station.
- There is 1 train service from KSR Bengaluru City Junction (SBC) in Bangalore to Jaipur Junction Railway Station (JP).
|Train||Bangalore (SBC)||Jaipur (JP)||Operating Days|
|12975||13:15||06:45 + 1 day||Th,Sa|
- There is also 1 train services from Bangalore Yesvantpur Junction Railway Station (YPR) to Jaipur Junction Railway Station (JP).
|Train||Bangalore (YPR)||Jaipur (JP)||Operating Days|
|82653||11:30||05:25 + 1 day||Th|
- Fastest Train: The fastest train from Bangalore to Jaipur is Train #12975 departing from KSR Bengaluru City Junction at 13:15 on Thursdays and Saturdays.
- Slowest Train: The slowest train from Bangalore to Jaipur is Train #82653 departing from Yesvantpur Junction Railway Station at 11:30 on Thursdays.
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Location of KSR Bengaluru City Junction (Bangalore) Railway Station
KSR Bengaluru City Junction (Bangalore) Railway Station is 2.7 km by road from Bangalore Gandhi Nagar Racecourse.
Location of Bangalore Yesvantpur Junction Railway Station
Bangalore Yesvantpur Junction Railway Station is 6.5 km by road from Bangalore Palace.
Location of Jaipur Junction Railway Station
Jaipur Junction Railway Station is 18.3 km by road from the Nahargarh Fort.
About Travel to Jaipur
Jaipur is the largest, and for many people the most interesting, city in Rajasthan. Rajasthan covers a large area to the West of Delhi and borders Pakistan. Much of the state is desert which has been traditionally inhabited by nomadic groups reliant on camels for transport. Culturally Rajasthan is distinctly different to other parts of India, and that distinctiveness is also evident in architecture of Jaipur. Jaipur is famous for its vast and intricate forts and palaces constructed in at least part from red or pink standstone. The colour of the buildings is similar to the colour of the desert landscape of Rajasthan.
Visitors need at leaset 2 days to explore Jaipur, which is generally classed as having 10 major tourist attractions in addition to its colorful markets, which are popular with visitors as well. The most iconic of Jaipur’s buildings are the Hawa Mahal and the Amer Fort. The Hawa Mahal is the ‘Palace of the Winds’, so called because the facade of the buildings features 953 small openings elaborately carved in to the sandstone structure to allow air to circulate around the building. During the 18th and 19th Centuries many ladies of the Royal Court lived in the Hawa Mahal and used the small windows to observe the street below without being seen.
The Amer Fort is located on a hill top 11 km by road from the centre of Jaipur. The Amer Fort was established in the 10th Cenutry and enlarged over the course next 700 years until Jaipur became the permanent resident for the local royal family. The Amer Fort has 4 main courtyards featuring gardens, temples and palaces.