The journey by train from Udaipur to Kolkata is scheduled to take between 38 hours 05 minutes and 38 hours 50 minutes depending upon which train you take. Via the shortest route the distance travelled is 1,880 km.
Train Times to Mumbai
There are 2 train services from Udaipur to Kolkata both departing from same railway station but arriving at different railway stations in Kolkata.
- One of the train services from Udaipur to Kolkata departs from Udaipur City Railway Station (UDZ) and arrives into Kolkata Railway Station (KOAA).
|Train||Udaipur (UDZ)||Kolkata (KOAA)||Operating Days|
|12316||00:20||15:10 + 1 day||M|
- One of the train services from Udaipur to Kolkata departs from Udaipur City Railway Station (UDZ) and arrives into Kolkata Shalimar Railway Station (SHM).
|Train||Udaipur (UDZ)||Kolkata (SHM)||Operating Days|
|19660||20:00||10:05 + 1 day||F|
- Fastest Train: The fastest train from Udaipur to Kolkata is the Udaipur City – Shalimar Express (Train #19660) departing at 20:00 on Fridays.
- Slowest Train: The slowest train from Udaipur to Kolkata is the Ananya Express (Train #12316) departing at 00:20 on Mondays.
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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.
Location of Kolkata Railway Station
Kolkata Railway Station is 9.3 km by road from the Victoria Memorial.
Location of Kolkata Shalimar Railway Station
Kolkata Shalimar Railway Station is 7.4 km by road from the Victoria Memorial.
About Travel to Kolkata
With 14 million permanent residents, Kolkata is India’s third largest city. Kolkata is also a city of contrasts. The biggest of these contrasts is the city’s reputation outside of India as a place of extreme poverty and its reputation within India as a progressive city notable for it culture and free thinkers. Kolkata has many slums which have attracted humanitarian support from all over the world, most famously from mother Theresa who ran orphanages. Kolkata is also the birth place of many of India’s most famous creatives, most notably Rabindranath Tagore.
Another striking contrast in Kolkata is the mix of Indian and European architecture. Kolkata, then known as Calcutta, was the capital of British administered India from 1772 to 1911. During that time the British colonial government built plenty of large municipal buildings, although the most magnificent of the buildings which the British constructed in Calcutta, the Victoria Memorial, was completed in 1921 which is 10 years after the capital was moved to Delhi. The Victoria Memorial is an enormous building, 103 metres long, 69 metres wide and 56 metres high, constructed out of the same white marble used to build the Taj Mahal in Agra. The Victoria Memorial is now a gallery and exhibition centre.