By train the journey from Bhopal to Jaipur is scheduled to take from 11 hours 35 minutes to 17 hours 50 minutes depending upon which train you take. Via the shortest route the distance travelled by train from Bhopal to Jaipur is 680 km.
Train Times from Bhopal to Jaipur
There are currently 18 train services from Bhopal Junction Railway Station (BPL) to Jaipur Junction Railway Station (JP).
|Train||Bhopal (BPL)||Jaipur (JP)||Operating Days|
- Fastest Train: The fastest train from Bhophal to Jaipur is the Tiruchchirappalli – Bhagat Ki Kothi Humsafar Express (Train #20482) departing at 13:50 on Sundays.
- Slowest Train: The slowest train from Bhophal to Jaipur is the Bhopal – Jodhpur Express (Train #14814) departing at 16:55 every day of the week.
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Location of Bhopal Junction Railway Station
Bhopal Junction Railway Station is 2.4 km by road from Bhopal Talkies Square.
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 city in the desert state of Rajasthan and one of India’s most popular tourist destinations. The city has lots of notable buidings and is one of the more easily accessible places to experience the unqiue and colourful culture of Rajasthan. Aside from the designated ‘tourist attractions’ in the city, of which there are many, a big draw for visitors is the carftwork and street peformers at the major local markets, particularly Bapu and Johari Bazaars.
Jaipur also has a good range of hotels and restaurant allowing international visitors the opportunity for a comfortable overnight stay whilst they tour the city.
Jaipur has 10 buildings which are particularly popular with visitors. The oldest of these is the Amer Fort, which was first established in the 10th Century. The Amer Fort is located outside the city centre, as are Jaipur’s other major defensive forts.
The building for which Jaipur is most famous, the Hawa Mahal, was completed a lot later at the end of the 18th Century. The notable feature of the Hawa Mahal is it’s 953 small windows carved in the red sandstone facade. The windows served the dual purpose of allowing the ladies of the royal court to look out onto the street below without being seen and to promote the circulation of air within the palace to keep it cool.