Delhi Sarai Rohilla Jodhpur SF Express 22482 train schedule

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Delhi to Jodhpur Delhi Sarai Rohilla Jodhpur SF Express 22482 train schedule cloud_download

Station
Arrival
Departure
Halt Avg. Delay* Day Distance Platform
1 Delhi Sarai Rohilla
( DEE )
Starts
- N.A 1 0 km 1
2 Delhi Cantt
( DEC )
1 10 km 1
3 Gurgaon
( GGN )
1 27 km 1
4 Pataudi Road
( PTRD )
2 57 km 1
5 Rewari
( RE )
2 78 km 3
6 Mahendragarh
( MHRG )
2 128 km 1
7 Loharu
( LHU )
2 169 km 1
8 Sadulpur Jn
( SDLP )
2 219 km 2
9 Churu
( CUR )
2 277 km 1
10 Ratangarh Jn
( RTGH )
N.A 2 320 km 2
11 Sujangarh
( SUJH )
2 366 km 1
12 Ladnun
( LAU )
2 376 km 1
13 Didwana
( DIA )
2 407 km 1
14 Khunkhuna
( KKNA )
2 423 km 1
15 Choti Khatu
( CTKT )
2 442 km 1
16 Khatu
( KHTU )
2 448 km 1
17 Degana Jn
( DNA )
2 473 km 4
18 Ren
( REN )
2 499 km 1
19 Merta Road Jn
( MTD )
2 517 km 1
20 Jodhpur Jn
( JU )
Ends
- N.A 2 620 km 3
*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.

Delhi Sarai Rohilla Jodhpur SF Express 22482 route

Delhi Sarai Rohilla Jodhpur SF Express starts from Delhi Sarai Rohilla (DEE) at , reaches Delhi Cantt (DEC) at , Gurgaon (GGN) at , Pataudi Road (PTRD) at , Rewari (RE) at , Ratangarh Jn (RTGH) at , Degana Jn (DNA) at and Merta Road Jn (MTD) at . It arrives at Jodhpur Jn on second day at . It stops at 18 stations in its route between Delhi Sarai Rohilla and Jodhpur Jn. Passengers use 22482 Delhi Sarai Rohilla Jodhpur SF Express to travel mostly from Delhi to Jodhpur, Gurgaon to Jodhpur, Delhi to Ratangarh Jn and Delhi to Merta Road Jn.

About Delhi

Delhi is the capital city of India. It is second most populous city of India with a population of more than 1.25 crore. It is well connected to almost all of India. Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi is the busiest airport of India. Following its overhaul and with introduction of terminal 3, its passenger handling capacity increased many folds, and was voted as Best airport in the world in 2015. Intra-city connectivity in Delhi is at par with other developed cities in the world owing to world class Delhi-metro. Being the capital city of India, Delhi is home to embassies of almost all the popular countries. Famous tourist attractions in Delhi are Akshardham temple, Lotus temple, Jama Masjid, Humayun's Tomb, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Qutab Minar, Red Fort, India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhawan and Parliament House. Connaught Place, Khan Market and the Hauz Khas Village are heaven for the foodies as these places have lots of restaurants offering varied lip-smacking 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.