The journey by train from Jodhpur to Amritsar is scheduled to take around 18 hours. The distance travelled via the shortest route is 884 km.
Train Times from Jodhpur to Amritsar
There is one train service from Jodhpur to Amritsar, which departs from Jodhpur Junction Railway Station (JU) and arrives at Amritsar Junction Railway Station (ASR).
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Location of Jodhpur Junction Railway Station
Jodhpur Junction Railway Station is 6.1 km by road from the Mehrangarh Museum and Trust.
Location of Amritsar Junction Railway Station
Amritsar Junction Railway Station is 2.3 km by road from the Golden Temple.
About Travel to Amritsar
Amritsar is a large city with over 2 million permanent residents in the far North West of India, 30 km from the border with Pakistan and 50 km from the city of Lahore. The major attraction in Amristar is the Golden Temple, also known as the Harmandir Sahib or the Darbar Sahib. The Golden Temple is the most important temple of the Sikh religion and it’s the main reason tourists come to Amritsar. The Golden Temple is one part of a larger temple complex which is open to visitors of all religions from 06:00 until 02:00 every day. Not only is it free to enter the temple, you can also go to the communal kitchen for a free meal of lentil stew, rice and flat bread. The most famous part of this huge religious institution is the small golden temple building located on an island in a man made lake, however, other parts of the complx are also interesting such as the Central Sikh Museum and it’s collection of paintings.
Amritsar has good facilities for tourists in terms of hotels, restaurants and a small number of bars. To visit the other points of interest in Amritsar we recommend hring a taxi or car for the day for a private tour. Amnogst the other notable sites to visit in Amritsar are:
- Jallianwala Bagh: Public square where a British commanded military unit killed hundreds of people, some protesting, others observing a religious festival.
- Gobindgarh Fort: This 18th Century fort has been restored and feature museum exhibits and live performances.
- Mata Temple: Unique Hindu temple associated with fertility. The Mata Temple is unusual in respect of its many cave like passage ways.
- Ram Bagh: Beautiful garden adjacent to the summer palace of an important Maharajah.