Rajasthan Railways

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Rajasthan is the new getaway destination on the itinerary of an avid backpacker. Cashing in on the burgeoning tourism industry, the state government of Rajasthan is pulling out all stops to rake in the lucre that will bolster its exchequer. Traveling to Rajasthan is bereft of any hassle. Long serpent like railway tracks snakes through the length and breadth of Rajasthan, making railways a top revenue grosser and connecting it to all the metropolitan cities of Mumbai, Kolkata and New Delhi. You can address all your queries at 131.

A plethora of trains ply to Rajasthan, leaving the travel buff spoilt for choice. Maps of India is here to help. Here is a list of trains that will take you to the majestic Rajasthan.

  • Maru Sagar Express (Eranakulam Jn - Jaipur)
  • Sdah Jp Express ( Sealdah - Jaipur)
  • Ajmer Express (Mumbai -Ajmer)
  • Delhi Jsm Express ( Delhi - Jaisalmer)
  • Ranakpur Expres (Bandra Terminus- Bikaner)
  • Bikaner Jaipur Express (Bikaner- Jaipur )
  • Bikaner Mail (Rewari - Bikaner)
  • Jaisalmer Ju Express (Jaisalmer - Jodhpur)
  • Marudhar Express (Varanasi- Jodhpur)
  • Marudhar Expres (Varanasi -Jodhpur)
  • Kalka Barmer Express (Kalka - Barmer)
  • Howrah Barmer Link Express (Haridwar Jn- Barmer )
  • Abadh Assam Express (Guwahati - Bikaner)
  • Guwahati Bamer Bikaner Express (Guwahati - Barmer)
  • Garib Nawaz Express (Yesvantpur Jn - Ajmer) Jn
  • Aravali Express (Bandra Terminus- Jaipur)
  • Shekhawati Express (Rewari -Jaipur )
  • Jaipur Express (Indore - Jaipur)
  • Howrah-Ju-Express (Howrah - Jodhpur)
  • Annanya Express (Sealdah- Ajmer)
  • Ibadat Express (Bihar - Ajmer)
  • Aii Jp Link Express (Ajmer - Jaipur)
  • Jammu Jaipur Express (Jammu Tawi -Jaipur)
  • Jp Aii Link Express (Jaipur - Ajmer)
  • Intercity Express ( Sawai Madhopur - Jodhpur)
  • Suryanagari Express (Bandra Terminus - Jodhpur)
  • Venkatadri Express (Kacheguda- Chittor)
  • Bct Jp Express (Mumbai Central- Jaipur)
  • Mewar Express (H Nizamuddin- Udaipur City)
  • Jp Udz Sup Express ( Jaipur- Udaipur City)
  • Udz Jp Sup Express (Udaipur City- Jaipur)
  • Jaipur Express (Chennai- Central Jaipur)
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