Mumbai To Jodhpur Trains

Following is the list of all the trains running between Mumbai to Jodhpur Railway Stations:
Train Train Name Origin Departure Destination Arrival M T W T F S S
19027 Vivek Express Bandra Terminus 12:05 Jodhpur Jn 04:20 N N N N N Y N
12480 Suryanagari Exp Bandra Terminus 13:30 Jodhpur Jn 06:30 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
04728 Bdts Bkn Sup Sp Bandra Terminus 14:35 Jodhpur Jn 07:20 N Y N N N N N
12490 Ddr Bikaner Exp Dadar 14:35 Jodhpur Jn 07:45 N N Y N N N Y
14708 Ranakpur Expres Bandra Terminus 15:05 Jodhpur Jn 09:50 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
16508 Jodhpur Express Karjat 20:50 Jodhpur Jn 16:35 N Y N Y N N N
11090 Pune Jodhpur Ex Karjat 21:30 Jodhpur Jn 17:00 N N N N N N Y
16534 Ypr Jodhpur Exp Kalyan Jn 21:45 Jodhpur Jn 16:35 Y N N N N N N
19065 Bdts Jodhpur Ex Bandra Terminus 23:25 Jodhpur Jn 17:00 N N N N Y N N
09023 Bdts Bikaner Sp Bandra Terminus 23:45 Jodhpur Jn 17:45 N N Y N N N Y

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About Mumbai City

Mumbai, previously known as Bombay is the capital of the West Indian state of Maharashtra. A metropolitan city, Mumbai is also called the ‘commercial and entertainment capital of India'. Flanked by the Arabian Sea in the western side, Mumbai enjoys the moderate climate round the year. Mumbai is known world over for being the home of Bollywood one of biggest film industries in the world. In fact, Mumbai is a happening city, it never sleeps and offers lots of things to do and see. The glamorous city abounds with late night parties, eating joints and many other entertainment places open all night. Besides, the rich cultural heritage, visible in life style of common people, adding more charm to the city.


About Jodhpur City

Popularly known as the ‘Sun City', Jodhpur is the second biggest city in Rajasthan state. Once the base of princely state of Marwar, Jodhpur is set magnificently amidst the sand dunes and thorny vegetation of great Indian Thar Desert. Jodhpur city was founded by a Rajput chief Rao Jodha in the year 1459. Due to its strategic location on the silk route of the 16th century, the city had special importance among traders and travellers alike. Even today the exquisite forts, palaces, temples and havelis (mansions) sprawled across the city speak of its glorious past. Besides, the traditional lifestyle, colourful festivity and lively people add more charm to this former Princely state.