Ahmedabad Bhagat Ki Kothi Weekly Express 14804 train schedule

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Ahmedabad to Jodhpur Ahmedabad Bhagat Ki Kothi Weekly Express 14804 train schedule cloud_download

Station
Arrival
Departure
Halt Avg. Delay* Day Distance Platform
1 Ahmedabad Jn
( ADI )
Starts
-
1 0 km 10
2 Sabarmati BG
( SBIB )
1 6 km 2
3 Mahesana Jn
( MSH )
1 69 km 1
4 Unjha
( UJA )
1 91 km 1
5 Siddhpur
( SID )
1 104 km 2
6 Palanpur Jn
( PNU )
2 134 km 4
7 Disa
( DISA )
2 161 km 1
8 Bhildi
( BLDI )
2 179 km 2
9 Dhanera
( DQN )
2 215 km 1
10 Raniwara
( RNV )
2 250 km -
11 Marwar Bhinmal
( MBNL )
2 281 km 1
12 Modran
( MON )
2 309 km 1
13 Jalore
( JOR )
2 344 km 1
14 Mokalsar
( MKSR )
2 377 km 1
15 Samdhari Jn
( SMR )
2 403 km 1
16 Dundara
( DOR )
2 426 km 1
17 Luni Jn
( LUNI )
2 452 km 3
18 Bhagat Ki Kothi
( BGKT )
Ends
-
2 480 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.

Ahmedabad Bhagat Ki Kothi Weekly Express 14804 route

Ahmedabad Bhagat Ki Kothi Weekly Express starts from Ahmedabad Jn (ADI) at , reaches Mahesana Jn (MSH) at , Unjha (UJA) at , Siddhpur (SID) at , Palanpur Jn (PNU) at , Bhildi (BLDI) at , Samdhari Jn (SMR) at and Luni Jn (LUNI) at . It arrives at Bhagat Ki Kothi on second day at . It stops at 16 stations in its route between Ahmedabad Jn and Bhagat Ki Kothi. Passengers use 14804 Ahmedabad Bhagat Ki Kothi Weekly Express to travel mostly from Ahmedabad to Jodhpur, Ahmedabad to Luni Jn, Mahesana Jn to Jodhpur, Palanpur Jn to Jodhpur and Ahmedabad to Mahesana Jn.

About Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad lies on the banks of Sabarmati river is the largest city in the state of Gujarat. It has been declared World Heritage City by UNESCO in year 2017. Ahmedabad is an education hub having some of the prestigious colleges of the nation. It has one of the only two kite museums around the world which kite lovers can explore and cherish. It is home to the Father of the nation-Mahatama Gandhi who were born on these land. It has many beautiful monuments and architectures like the Jama Masjid, Siddi Sayyed Mosque and is full of gardens and lakes. Ahmedabad is well connected via roads, railway and airways. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport (AMD) is located 9 kms away from the central Ahmedabad and serves the cities of Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar of Gujarat. It is known for textile mills industry and is an entrepreneurial paradise. Ahmedabad is also known for large variety of vegan dishes and cuisines.

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.