Bandra Terminus to Ajmer Jn Train Tickets
11 trains ply across Mumbai and Ajmer, connecting the capital of Maharashtra to Ajmer. The trains run along the states of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan and more. A clear sky can be expected in Ajmer, where people experience a temperature of 18°C during the day which can drop to 7°C at night. Ajmer is a region in the Land of the Kings, depicting a rich culture.
Covering a distance of 1313 kms in 21 hours and 15 mins, Maru Sagar EXP is the slowest among all the trains that run along this route. Taking an alternate route, it also passes through the state of Madhya Pradesh. The quickest way to get there is by boarding the DEE Garibrath that reaches the destination in 16 hours. This train can be boarded on Tue, Wed, Fri and Sun. It leaves Bandra Terminus at 12:45 and arrives Ajmer Jn at 04:45 on the next day.
Bdts UDZ AII EXP is the earliest train for this route leaving at 00:02 while the last train is Garib Nawaz EXP that departs at 21:30 from Mumbai. Few trains like Ajmer Express and Bdts AII UDZ EX halt at Ahmedabad Jn and Vadodara Jn respectively where you can grab a quick meal.
Almost all the trains between Mumbai and Ajmer pass through Vadodara Jn, Surat and Palanpur Jn stations.For utmost convenience, you can opt for any 4 trains (CDG SUP Fast, DEE Garibrath, Bdts AII UDZ EX and Aravali Express) that run directly between Bandra Terminus and Ajmer Jn.
When in Ajmer, your itinerary should definitely include visiting Pushkar Lake.