Trains from Bangalore to Udaipur

By train the journey from Bangalore to Udaipur is scheduled to take 39 hours. Via the shortest route the distance travelled by train from Bangalore to Udaipur is 2,118 km.

Train Times from Bangalore to Udaipur

There is 1 direct train service from Bangalore to Udaipur.

  • Train times from KSR Bengaluru City Junction (SBC) in Bangalore to Udaipur City Railway Station (UDZ).
TrainBangalore (SBC)Udaipur (UDZ)Operating Days
1966812:1502:50 + 1 dayTh

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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.

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Location of Udaipur City Railway Station

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

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About Travel to Udaipur

Udaipur is the most southerly of the major cities in the state of Rajasthan, which is located in the North West of India and borders Pakistan. Udaipur has around half a million permanent residents, although the number of people in the city increases dramatically during the holiday season as Udaipur is the fourth most popular tourist destination in Rajasthan after Jaipur, Jodhpur and Jaisalmer.

City of Lakes

The most distinctive feature of Udaipur is its many lakes. Although Udaipur has lots of lakes, big and small, the city of often described as having 7 lakes:

  • Doodh Talai
  • Lake Pichola
  • Jaisamand Lake
  • Rajsamand Lake
  • Fateh Sagar Lake
  • Udaisagar Lake
  • Badi Lake
  • Swaroop Sagar Lake
Pichola Lake

Pichola Lake is the most important of the lakes in Udaipur. This is partly because this man made lake is right in the centre of the city, and partly because there are three palaces in or near the lake: City Palace, Lake Palace and the Jag Mandir,

Construction of City Palace in Udaipur began in the 16th Century
Construction of City Palace in Udaipur began in the 16th Century
City Palace

City Palace is the most prominent building in Udaipur. Located at the edge of Pichola Lake, construction of City Palace began in 1553 and carried on for centuries after with periodic alterations and additions having been made to the palace ever since. The most recent renovation being the creation of a luxury hotel in the Fateprakash Palace section of the palace complex. Those not fortunate enough to have a room at this luxurious hotel can access much of the rest of the palace for a modest entrance fee.

Lake Palace

Lake Palace, like part of City Palace, has also been turned into a luxury hotel called the Taj Palace Hotel. Lake Palace was constructed in the mid 18th Century by the 62nd Maharana of the Mewar Dynasty, which was the ruling family of Udaipur for more than a millenium prior to India gaining independence. The palace was built as retreat for the royal family.

Fans of James Bond movies will recognise Lake Palace from the film Octopussy.

Jag Mandir

The Jag Mandir is a second palace built on an island in Lake Pichola. Construction on the palace began in 1551 and was finally completed about 100 years later in the middle of the 17th Century. The Jag Mandir itself is the main palace, with several other structures sharing the limited space on the island, including a palace which once housed a Prince from the rival Mughal Empire to whom who the Mewar Kingdom offerred asylum. The most photographed features of the Jag Mandir are the 4 large elephant statues which greet visitors as they disembark from the main jetty.

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