By train the journey from Nagpur to Jodhpur is scheduled to take from 23 to 25 hours depending upon which train you take. Via the shortest route the distance travelled is 1,380 Km.
Train Times from Nagpur to Jodhpur
There are currently 4 trains running from Nagpur to Jaipur. Please note that not all services operate every day of the week.
- Train times from Nagpur Junction Railway Station (NGP) to Jodhpur Junction Railway Station (JU).
|02:20 + 1 day
|11:40 + 1 day
|14:10 + 1 day
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Location of Nagpur Junction Railway Station
Nagpur Junction Railway Station is 6.0 km by road from the Sai Mandir Nagpur.
Location of Jodhpur Junction Railway Station
Jodhpur Junction Railway Station (JU) is 6.1 km by road from the Mehrangarh Museum and Trust.
About Travel to Jodhpur
Jodhpur is the second largest city in Rajasthan, North West India. The city has around 1.5 million permanent residents and several significant tourist attractions, although fewer than than the state capital, Jaipur. One thing you can do from Jodhpur that you can’t from Jaipur is go on a camel trek in the Thar Desert. Jodhpur is located much closer to the Thar Desert than Jaipur, although not as close as Jaisalmer.
The defining feature of Jodhur City is the Mehrangarh Fort. The Mehrangarh Fort is an enormous structure built in the 15th Century and occupying 5 square kilometres on top of small hill in an otherwise flat landscape. The city of Jodhpur grew as the population of the fort exapnded, radiating outwards from the defensive walls and across the plains below.
Until 1943 the Mehrangarh Fort was the home of the Marwar Royal Family, whose local rule continued under 1947. The family moved out of the Mehrangarh Fort to take up residence at the magnificent Umaid Bhawan Palace, which is also now a hotel and India’s most famous wedding venue.
The Mehrangarth Fort, which is still owned by the former royal family, is open daily from 09:00 to 17:00. The fort has been well preserved and staff have been employed to recreate scenes from life hundreds of years ago, and to carry out a more modern tradition of the daily feeding of eagles from a tower on the edge of the fort.
Over Attractions in Jodhpur
Compared to the Mehrangarh Fort, and the Umaid Bhawan Palace which is fairly expensive to access, the other attractions in and close to Jodhpur are less impressive. Nonetheless, the Jaswant Thada near the fort is worth visting, as is the ancient city of Mandore located 7 km from Jodhpur.
It’s also worth taking the time to wander around the markets in Jodhpur and the narrow streets between the city’s distinctive blue coloured buildings. We recommend hiring a guide or going on an organised walking tour of the older parts of the city. Guides aren’t compulsory, and the city isn’t particularly dangerous, the benefit of having one is that they will help you locate some key points of interest in series of tightly packed narrow streets which are difficult to navigate successfully.