Mannargudi Bhagat ki Kothi Weekly Special 06864 train route

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No Pantry Car
Class - 2A 3A SL 2S

Mannargudi to Jodhpur Mannargudi Bhagat ki Kothi Weekly Special 06864 train schedule cloud_download

Station
Arrival
Departure
HaltAvg. Delay*DayDistancePlatform
1 Mannargudi
( MQ )
Starts
-N.A1 0 km -
2 Thiruvarur Jn
( TVR )
N.A1 37 km -
3 Mayiladuturai Jn
( MV )
N.A1 76 km -
4 Chidambaram
( CDM )
N.A1 113 km 1
5 Tirupadripulyur
( TDPR )
N.A1 156 km -
6 Villupuram Jn
( VM )
N.A1 199 km -
7 Chengalpattu
( CGL )
N.A1 301 km -
8 Tambaram
( TBM )
N.A1 332 km -
9 Chennai Egmore
( MS )
N.A1 357 km -
10 Sullurupeta
( SPE )
N.A1 444 km -
11 Gudur Jn
( GDR )
N.A1 499 km -
12 Nellore
( NLR )
N.A1 537 km -
13 Ongole
( OGL )
N.A2 654 km -
14 Chirala
( CLX )
N.A2 704 km -
15 Tenali Jn
( TEL )
N.A2 761 km -
16 Vijayawada Jn
( BZA )
N.A2 793 km -
17 Khammam
( KMT )
N.A2 892 km 2
18 Warangal
( WL )
N.A2 999 km -
19 Peddapalli
( PDPL )
N.A2 1083 km -
20 Ramgundam
( RDM )
N.A2 1100 km -
21 Sirpur Kagaznagar
( SKZR )
N.A2 1173 km -
22 Balharshah
( BPQ )
N.A2 1242 km -
23 Chandrapur
( CD )
N.A2 1256 km -
24 Nagpur
( NGP )
N.A2 1451 km -
25 Itarsi Jn
( ET )
N.A2 1749 km -
26 Habibganj
( HBJ )
N.A2 1835 km -
27 Bhopal Jn
( BPL )
N.A2 1841 km -
28 Shujalpur
( SJP )
N.A2 1921 km -
29 Ujjain Jn
( UJN )
N.A3 2025 km -
30 Nagda Jn
( NAD )
N.A3 2080 km -
31 Bhawani Mandi
( BWM )
N.A3 2205 km -
32 Kota Jn
( KOTA )
N.A3 2306 km 1
33 Sawai Madhopur
( SWM )
N.A3 2413 km -
34 Durgapura
( DPA )
N.A3 2538 km -
35 Jaipur
( JP )
N.A3 2545 km -
36 Phulera Jn
( FL )
N.A3 2600 km -
37 Makrana Jn
( MKN )
N.A3 2665 km -
38 Degana Jn
( DNA )
N.A3 2708 km -
39 Merta Road Jn
( MTD )
N.A3 2752 km -
40 Gotan
( GOTN )
N.A3 2772 km -
41 Raika Bagh
( RKB )
N.A3 2853 km -
42 Jodhpur Jn
( JU )
N.A3 2855 km -
43 Bhagat Ki Kothi
( BGKT )
Ends
-N.A3 2859 km -
*Note: Average delay is average of delays calculated over previous 7 days.
Platform no. is indicative only. Please re-check platform info at the station before boarding train.

Mannargudi to Jodhpur Mannargudi Bhagat ki Kothi Weekly Special 06864 timing

Mannargudi Bhagat ki Kothi Weekly Special (06864) runs from Mannargudi to Jodhpur. It departs from Mannargudi station (MQ) at and arrives at Bhagat Ki Kothi station (BGKT) at . Mannargudi Bhagat ki Kothi Weekly Special takes 50 hrs to cover the distance of 2859 km between Mannargudi and Jodhpur. It is a non-superfast train. The average speed of this train is 57 kmph. It has classes Second AC (2A), Third AC (3A), Sleeper (SL) and Second Seater (2S). This train runs on Monday. Final chart for Mannargudi Bhagat ki Kothi Weekly Special is prepared at Mannargudi usually 3-4 hours before train departure time.

About Jodhpur

Jodhpur is the second largest city in the Indian state of Rajasthan and officially the second metropolitan city of the state. It is called the Blue City due to blue colored houses around the Mehrangarh Fort. The blue hue is due to the caste system, where Brahmins took to painting their houses blue, which would differentiate them from the rest of the population. However, the rest of the population followed them and today the city seems to have the sky on their land. It is also called the Sun City due to its bright and sunny weather all months round. It was founded by a Rajput chief of the Rathode clan, Rao Jodha, in 1459 who conquered the surrounding territories. The city became an internal part of the state of Marwar. The inhabitants were called Marwaris, who are still known as a business-based community. Jodhpur Airport (JDH) is a civil enclave airport in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India. It shares its airside with the Jodhpur Air Base of the Indian Air Force. The main attractions in Jodhpur include Jaswant Thada, Ghanta Ghar, Mehrangarh Fort, Umaid Bhavan Palace and many beautiful lakes and temples. Mehrangarh Fort, which rises 400 feet above the landscape, is one of the most magnificent buildings of India. The Marwar festival and the Nagaur festival are the popular festivals of Jodhpur. They show the zealous spirit of locals with a fusion of Rajputanas and Mughals. Once Jodhpur became part of Indian Republic, the king retired in his palace called Umaid Bhawan Palace. This was later turned into a heritage hotel meant for the classiest and most expensive weddings of the world. Elizabeth Hurley's wedding with Arun Nayar happened here which cost them 7 million dollars. Many finger-licking dishes have originated from Jodhpur which include the tasty mawa ki kochori, mirchi vada, makhaniya lassi, dal bati churma, gatte ki sabzi, aate ka halwa, bajre ka sagra and many others. You cannot miss the traditional and tasty deserts which include malpua, motichur ke laddu, besan ki barfi, thorr, ghevar and gulab jamun.