Ajmer Jn to Bandra Terminus Train Tickets
15 trains scurry between Ajmer and the capital of Maharashtra, Mumbai. The journey includes travel through the states of Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Gujarat and more. Temperature in Mumbai can drop from 26°C during the day to 22°C at night. Mumbai originally had 22 hills out of which only 13 see the light of the day today. Malabar Hills is the highest point amongst all the hills. Other notable hills in the city include Cumbala Hills, Antop hills, Gilbert Hill, Pali Hill and Mazagaon hill.
AII Bdts SPL is the slowest among all the trains that run along this route covering a distance of 1282 kms in 22 hours and 15 mins. DEE Bdts G Rath is the fastest among all the trains that run along this route covering a distance of 994 kms in 15 hours and 30 mins. It is available on Mon, Tue, Thu and Sat. This train can be boarded from Ajmer Jn at 16:40 which reaches 08:10 on the next day.
If one is planning to purchase food from station canteens, board SBC Garib Nawaj and AII MYS Express as they halt at Ahmedabad Jn for 20 mins. JP YPR Suvidha is the earliest train for this route leaving at 00:25 while the last train is DEE Bdts SF EXP that departs at 23:15 from Ajmer.
Most trains pass through the major stations of Vadodara Jn, Surat and Falna.For utmost convenience, you can opt for any 4 trains (Aravali Express, CDG Bdts SF EXP, DEE Bdts G Rath and AII Bdts SF EXP) that run directly between Ajmer Jn and Bandra Terminus.
When in Mumbai, do find time to visit Carter Road Promenade, Bandstand Promenade, Marine Drive, Nariman Point and Worli Sea Face.Your sight-seeing tour should also include Gateway of India and Jehangir Art Gallery.