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Mumbai to Ajmer Train Information

1033 kms
17h 25m
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Online Train Ticket Booking from Mumbai to Ajmer

Looking to book Mumbai to Ajmer trains? Booking a train ticket from Mumbai to Ajmer is now easier than ever on redRail. Whether you want to check the timetable for Mumbai to Ajmer trains or find the train seat availability from Mumbai to Ajmer, redRail is one-stop for all train enquiries. Mumbai to Ajmer are two of the popular cities in India, and trains are considered as one of the most efficient and convenient ways to travel between these cities.

To book a train from Mumbai to Ajmer, all you need to do is to enter your travel details on the top of the page, choose from the list of trains available, check out the desired train seat availability, and proceed to train ticket booking by entering your details and paying the cost. You can then receive the confirmed tickets shortly. The easy-to-understand and adaptable interface, easy railway ticket booking process, and affordable train fare make redRail a great choice for those looking to book a Mumbai to Ajmer train.

There are 13 trains running from Mumbai to Ajmer covering an approximate distance of 1033 kms. While some trains run on a daily basis, others run weekly. A large number of travelers choose to reach Ajmer from Mumbai by train. The first train from Mumbai to Ajmer is BDTS JP SPL (09724), departing at 09:30 from Bandra Terminus (BDTS). JP SUVIDHA EXP (82653) is the fastest among the Mumbai to Ajmer Trains. It departs from Bandra Terminus (BSR) at 12:10 and arrives at Ajmer Junction (AII) at 03:05, covering the distance in just 14 hrs 45 mins. The last train from Mumbai to Ajmer is BDTS AII SF SPL (09039), departing at 23:55 from Bandra Terminus (BDTS). You can get detailed information about Mumbai to Ajmer train timetable, availability, fare, running status, coach position, and PNR on redRail.

Weekly Trains from Mumbai to Ajmer

BDTS AII SF SPL (09039) departs every Wednesday from Mumbai at 23:55 and arrives at Ajmer at 17:00, covering the entire distance in 17 hrs 5 mins.

BDTS JP SPL (09724) departs every Thursday from Mumbai at 09:30 and arrives at Ajmer at 04:10, covering the entire distance in 18 hrs 25 mins.

BDTS AII SF SPL (09622) departs every Monday from Mumbai at 11:15 and arrives at Ajmer at 09:10, covering the entire distance in 21 hrs 55 mins.

JAT VIVEK EXP (19027) departs every Saturday from Mumbai at 12:00 and arrives at Ajmer at 05:59, covering the entire distance in 17 hrs 59 mins.

GARIB NAWAZ EXP (16532) departs every Saturday from Mumbai at 22:10 and arrives at Ajmer at 14:45, covering the entire distance in 16 hrs 35 mins.

JP SUVIDHA EXP (82653) departs every Friday from Mumbai at 12:10 and arrives at Ajmer at 03:05, covering the entire distance in 14 hrs 45 mins.

SUR AII SF SPL (09628) departs every Thursday from Mumbai at 20:40 and arrives at Ajmer at 17:05, covering the entire distance in 20 hrs 25 mins.

Daily Trains from Mumbai to Ajmer

ARAVALI EXP (14702) departs daily from Mumbai at 21:00 and arrives at Ajmer at 14:25, covering the entire distance in 17 hrs 15 mins.

Mumbai to Ajmer Train Ticket Price

If you are looking for affordable train tickets to travel from Mumbai to Ajmer, redRail is the best place to be. You can find numerous train tickets to choose from to suit your budget. The Mumbai to Ajmer train ticket price varies based on the journey date, the type of coach, and your preference. Passengers can travel from Mumbai to Ajmer on a desired date at a cost ranging from just ₹475 to ₹1840. The Cheapest price for the journey is ₹475.
Here are the cheapest train ticket prices from Mumbai to Ajmer for all classes:
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Mumbai to Ajmer Train Timings

One can find a large number of trains running from Mumbai to Ajmer. Hence, travelers need not worry about the train seat availability on the Mumbai to Ajmer route. The total time taken by different trains running from Mumbai to Ajmer can be different and passengers can choose the train based on their suitability. Boarding a train from Mumbai is extremely comfortable with the presence of various stations.

About Ajmer

Founded in the 7th century by Raja Ajay Pal Chauhan, the picturesque city of Ajmer is among the most desired travel destinations. The city is surrounded by the Aravalli hills, which adds to its beauty. The city is famous for monuments like Ajmer Sharif and Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra, among many others. The ethos and craftsmanship of the city also add to its unique charm.

It is just 140 km from the capital, Jaipur, and 14 km from Pushkar, making it well connected by the rail network. Those planning to visit Ajmer can book train tickets via the Redrail app.

The city receives a large footfall from all across the country, and metro cities like Mumbai contribute significantly to this.

Major Railway Stations in Mumbai To Ajmer Train Journey

Ajmer city has good rail connectivity to all major cities in the country, including Mumbai. Ajmer is 944 km from Mumbai, and one has to travel about 16 hours to reach the destination.

Although Ajmer doesn't have a metro, it is very well connected. Here is a list of trains from Mumbai to Ajmer. There are 7 major stations on the route from Mumbai to Ajmer:

  • Bandra Terminus (BDTS)
  • Surat (ST)
  • Bharuch Junction (BH)
  • Vadodara Junction (BRC)
  • Anand Junction (ANND)
  • Ahmedabad Junction (ADI)
  • Marwar Junction (MJ)
  • Ajmer (AII)

Now that you know about the trains and major stops, it is time to learn more about places you can visit in Ajmer.

Places to Visit in Ajmer

The state of Rajasthan is famous for its rich culture and architectural heritage, and Ajmer is a great place to explore these. Ajmer is home to famous tourist places, which include:

Ajmer Sharif

Also called Ajmer Dargah, this is one of the country's holiest places of worship, not only for Muslims, but also other communities. It houses the tomb of Moinuddin Chisti, a Sufi saint who dedicated his life to uplifting the poor.

Soniji Ki Nasiyan

This Jain temple is built using red stone and is dedicated to Lord Rishabdev, the first Tirthankara of Jainism. Apart from its intricate design and craftsmanship, the temple is famous for its chamber, which has numerous gold-plated figures. There is a 1000-kg gold plating in the main chamber of the city of Ayodhya, carved out of wood with incredible detail. Entry to the main temple is restricted to the Jain community.

Adhai Din Ka Jhonpra

The mosque dates back more than a millennium and is within walking distance from Sharif Dargah. It features a mixture of Hindu, Muslim, and Buddhist architectural styles. The property is protected by the Archaeological Survey of India.

Ana Sagar Lake

Built by Anaji Chauhan in 1135-1150 AD, this picturesque lake in Ajmer is a great place to experience a beautiful sunset. There are several marble pavilions built by Shah Jahan near the lake. The lake is spread over 13 km and is a great source of livelihood for the people of Ajmer. As part of your experience, you can also go on a boat ride on the lake.

Taragarh Fort

Originally known as Ajaymeru Durg, this fort was constructed in the 8th century during the reign of Ajaypal Chauhan. The fort offers a great panoramic perspective of the city. In the late 15th century, Prithviraj Chauhan seized it and called it Taragarh after his wife, Tarabai.

Akbar Palace

Located in Naya Bazar, this palace was built in 1570 AD by Akbar. Aside from its exquisite architecture and the black marble image of Goddess Kali, it is famous for its museum. Many still refer to this location as Magazine, as it operated as an armaments magazine during British rule.

Nearest Metro Stations to the Railway Stations

Planning a trip and travelling from one destination to another is nerve-wracking primarily because of the traffic and luggage you must carry. However, with metro connectivity, it becomes easy and convenient to travel. Although Ajmer doesn't have a metro, Mumbai has one, which you can use for a traffic-free journey to the railway station.

Mumbai Metro

Most trains to Ajmer begin at Bandra Terminus, making Line 3 the best choice to reach the railway station. Line 3 is very well connected with Lines 1 and 2. If you cannot take the metro, you can always go on the famous local trains or hire a private taxi.

Ajmer Metro

Although there is no metro in the city, you can always beat the traffic with local auto rickshaws and taxi services.

Now that you know all about Ajmer, it is time to book your online train tickets with Redrail, an authorised IRCTC partner.

Bus from Mumbai to Ajmer

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How many trains run from Mumbai to Ajmer?
There are 13 trains that run from Mumbai to Ajmer route. Some trains run on a daily basis. On the other hand, some trains run weekly and can be booked in advance. You can find the list of available trains when you enter the travel date while looking to book a train from Mumbai to Ajmer.
How can I book a train from Mumbai to Ajmer?
You can make an online train ticket booking from Mumbai to Ajmer by entering the travel details like source, destination, and date of travel. From the list of available trains on the mentioned date, you can choose the most suitable one and check the seat availability. After this, you can continue to pay and wait to receive your train booking confirmation.
How many days in advance can I make a railway reservation?
Advance railway reservation generally opens 120 days before the date of journey. This excludes the date of the journey. So, you can start checking the seat availability during the period of 120 days and make a booking in advance.
What is the maximum number of passengers I can reserve the seats for in a single train ticket booking from Mumbai to Ajmer?
A maximum of 6 seats can be booked in a single train ticket booking. Also, 2 children who are below 5 years of age are allowed with the ticket, but tickets will not be generated for them. Therefore, if you are booking a Tatkal ticket from Mumbai to Ajmer, you can reserve seats for a maximum of 4 passengers.
Which documents are required for online railway reservation from Mumbai to Ajmer?
When making a railway ticket booking, you do not require any special travel documents and only need to fill up the details required. However, during the train journey, you will need to carry valid ID proof such as Aadhar, Voter ID, Driving License, Pan Card, Passport etc..
How many railway stations are there in Mumbai?
There are 29 stations in Mumbai.
How many railway stations are there in Ajmer?
There are 1 stations in Ajmer.
How to get the cheapest train tickets from Mumbai to Ajmer?
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