Jaipur To Indore Trains

Following is the list of all the trains running between Jaipur to Indore Railway Stations:
Train Train Name Origin Departure Destination Arrival M T W T F S S
12466 Intercity Exp Jaipur 11:05 Indore Jn Bg 22:40 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
19711 Jp Bpl Exp Jaipur 17:30 Indore Jn Bg 10:20 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
19656 Aii Bpl Exp Jaipur 17:35 Indore Jn Bg 10:15 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
09727 Jp Indb Sf Spl Jaipur 20:40 Indore Jn Bg 07:20 N Y N N N N N
12974 Jp Indb Express Jaipur 21:05 Indore Jn Bg 07:25 N N N N Y N Y

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About Jaipur City

Fondly called the ‘Pink City', Jaipur is capital of Rajasthan state. Literally meaning the ‘City of Victory', Jaipur was founded by Maharaja Jai Singh II in 1727. Jaipur is picture perfect destination and most of town's designing plan is the brainchild of Maharaja itself. The city is divided into nine blocks, symbolising the nine division of the universe and surrounded by an old 20 feet wall having eight gates. Jaipur earned the name the ‘Pink City' in 1876 when the city was painted in all pink to welcome Prince Albert. With magnificent palaces, majestic forts, picturesque havelis (mansions), embattled walls, well laid gardens, revered temples, lively people and rich culture, Jaipur makes an enchanting place. Major attractions of the city include City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Birla Mandir, Government Museum and several other museums. Jaipur is also known for its handicrafts, especially exquisite gold jewelry decorated with precious stones. Besides, colourful fairs and festivals, add more charm to the royal city.


About Indore City

Indore is the largest city of the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. Also known as the commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh, the city is home to several industries such as cotton textiles, hosiery, chemicals, metal products and jewelry. Situated on the Malwa Plateu in the Narmada river valley, Indore is famous world over for Chanderi and Maheshwari silks. Once served as the summer capital of the erstwhile Central India state, Indore is dotted with a number of historical monuments and ancient temples. Some of the places of tourist interest in the city are Rajwada or the Old Palace, Lalbagh Palace, Chattri Bagh, Kanch Mandir and Bada Ganpati Temple. Indore is also famous for its festivals like Navratri fair, Anant Chaudas, Rangapanchami, and Ahilya Utsav.