Trains from Jodhpur to Lucknow

The journey by train from Jodhpur to Lucknow is scheduled to take from 17 to 21 hours depending upon which train you take. Via the shortest route the distance travelled by train from Jodhpur to Lucknow is 877 km.

Train Times from Jodhpur to Lucknow

There are 4 train services from Jodphur to Lucknow, all departing from the same train station in Jodphur and arriving at the same train station in Lucknow.

  • There are 4 train services from Jodphur Junction Railway Station (JU) to Lucknow Charbagh Railway Station (LKO).
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Location of Jodhpur Junction Railway Station

Jodhpur Junction Railway Station is 10.4 km by road from Mehrangarh Fort and Museum.

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Location of Lucknow Railway Station

Lucknow Charbagh Railway Station is 5 km by road from the Bara Imambara.

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About Lucknow

Lucknow is one of the most important cities in Northern India with a population of over 3.6 million.

History of Lucknow

The area was settled at least 5,000 years ago, although the foundations of the modern city date back to the 13th Century. Over that time Lucknow has been ruled over by a variety of different groups and has a strong tradition of art, poetry and political activism.

Lucknow rose to prominence during the 18th and 19th Centuries under the Nawabs. The Nawabs ruled Lucknow as part of a wider Mughal Empire, which at the time was collapsing. The Nawabs were notable for their patronage of art and dance, as well as the construction of large public buildings.

From the middle of the 19th Nineteenth Century until Indian Independence, Lucknow then came under the control of Britain. The British colonialists added their own public buildings and developed local schools which remain among the best in modern India.

The Bara Imambara is the most famous building in Lucknow
The Bara Imambara is the most famous building in Lucknow
Things to Do In Lucknow

Lucknow’s main attractions are its historic buildings, and excellent North Indian cuisine. The most popular places to visit in the city include:

  • Bara Imambara: The Bara Imambara is a massive Islamic religious complex constructed in the late 18th Century. Allow half a day for a visit.
  • Chhota Imambara: The Chhota Imambara is another Islamic religious complex. This one was built in the mid 19th Century and contains a grand mausoleum.
  • Lucknow Residency and Museum: The Lucknow Residency was at the centre of British colonial rule in Lucknow at the time of the First War of Indian Independence, which began in 1857. The residency was besieged for more than a year by local soldiers who had been under the command of the British East India Company. The building has been left as a ruin, but the gardens are well maintained and one of the few peaceful green spaces in the city.
  • Rumi Darwaza: The Rumi Darwaza, also known as the Turkish Gate, is one of the grand entrances to the old city built in 1784.  The gate is 20 metres high and ornately detailed.
  • Husainabad Clock Tower; The Husainabad Clock Tower is a 67 metre tall European style clock tower. Constructed in 1881, the tower incorporates Gothic and Victorian architecture. The clock tower is located adjacent to the Rumi Darwaza.

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