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Driving Direction to Jodhpur

Driving Direction from Delhi to Jodhpur

Distance: 595 km
Driving Time: 12.00 hours

The best route to opt for, when driving from Delhi to Jodhpur is NH8.
Drive out of Delhi by taking the NH8/Gurgaon Road, keep straight and drive on for 40 km on this route till Dharuhera.
Drive past Dharuhera, after a short distance take a slight left to stay on NH 8, go through a roundabout and as you pass by Reliance Petrol Pump, top up your car tank.
Keep driving straight for another 60 km via Bawal, Shahjahanpur, and Neemrana, respectively.
At Behror, halt at the roadside dhabas for lunch, and hit the road again to continue on NH 8 for another 74 km, passing through Kotputli and Pragpura.
Drive past Shahpura and continue for next 56 km via Manoharpur, Chandwaji, and Amer.
At Amer, you can make a small detour to visit the well known Amer Fort, and dine at the roof top restaurant there for a true royal experience, as the dishes are prepared by the king’s own Khansama.
If you don’t wish to make that detour, drive straight through and turn right onto Surajpol Bazar Road.
Keep straight as the road turns into Chandpol Bazar Road, and you arrive at Jaipur, where you may take another break and savour some refreshments, use washrooms, and also get your car tank filled up at the petrol pumps.
Hit the road again, and drive on NH 8 for another 27 km till you cross Bagru, where you need to lookout for Punjabdhaba on your right.
You can stop here for a quick bite and freshening up; refill your car tank on the petrol pump located on this highway, if need be.
After some snacks, move ahead on the road and keep driving on NH 8 for another 78 km crossing by Dudu and Tiloniya, till you each Kishangarh.
Halt here for some refreshments, and to freshen up; visit the Kishangarh Fort and do checkout the unique and popular Kishangarh style of paintings.
Hit the road again and drive for another 28 km on NH 8 before you reach Ajmer, where you can make a small detour to visit the popular Dargah Sharif and Adhai-din-ka-Jhonpra.
You can also stop for a tea/coffee break and enjoy some refreshments here; freshen up and refill your car tank for your onward journey.
Moving ahead on the road, drive for about 50 km on NH 8 till you reach Beawar.
Once you have crossed Beawar, it is a drive for another 38 km before you switch to NH 14 and continue driving towards Bar for next 47 km.
Once you have reached Bar, switch to NH 112 and continue driving till you reach Bilara, where you can halt to stretch your legs, fill up your car tank at the petrol pump located on the highway, and freshen up at the washroom here.
After your halt at Bilara, hit the road again and continue driving onto NH 112 for another 79 km; you will cross Kaparda and Banar before arriving at your destination – Jodhpur.
  

Driving Direction from Ahmedabad to Jodhpur

Distance: 460 km
Driving Time: 9.00 hours

To drive out of Ahmedabad take the road towards Ajmer Road/NH8 and once on this route drive on till you cross Chandraprabha Labdhi Dam and reach a roundabout and follow the signboard to get onto State Highway (SH) 9.
On SH 9 drive on till you will cross Pratapgarh Petrol Pump here where you can tank up your vehicle and get back on to the road again till you reach the temple town of Ambaji that is situated nearby and if you want you may stop there for some refreshments and freshening up.
After your halt at the temple town of Ambaji get onto the road and follow the signboards to get on to MDR 49 and keep driving on MDR 49 till you spot a sign indicating to take a sharp right towards NH 27.
If you have some time at your hand then you may make a detour to Mount Abu – another popular tourist destination of Rajasthan and stop over to see the popular Dilwara Temples, savour some traditional Rajasthani cuisine, use the washroom and also get your car tank filled up and the tyres checked if need be.
If you don’t want to stop at Mt Abu then stay on NH 27 to continue to Jodhpur and you will cross Hanumanji Temple on your left.
From here follow the signboards to get onto NH 14 and keep driving till you spot a sign to take a right turn onto SH 62.
Once on this highway keep following the signboards to get you onto NH 65 and if you want to make another pit stop here at NH 65 for refuelling and evening snacks break before you get back onto the road again.
Once on NH 65 drive on till you reach a roundabout and at the roundabout again follow the signboards to stay on NH 65 and continue driving till you reach your destination – Jodhpur.
  

Driving Direction from Jaipur to Jodhpur

Distance: 329 km
Driving Time: 7.00 hours

To drive out of Jaipur drive southeast towards Ajmer Road/NH 8 and it is advisable to fill up your gas or petrol tank before starting the journey as the next petrol pump you will find will be around 27 kms away.
Continue driving onto the Ajmer Road/NH8 for 27 kms and you will reach Bagru and after crossing Bagru lookout for Punjab dhaba on your right hand side where you can stop for a quick bite and freshening up.
In case you need to refuel your car’s tank then there is another petrol pump few kilometres ahead on this highway where you can halt to refill your car tank.
Hit the road again and keep driving on NH 8 for another 78 kms as you cross Dudu and Tiloniya on your way before you reach Kishangarh where you may halt for some refreshments and also use washrooms as the toilets here are clean and hygienic.
In case you have some extra time you may visit the Kishangarh Fort or else get back onto the road and drive for another 28 kms on NH 8 before you reach Ajmer.
Make your next halt at Ajmer for a coffee break here and refill your car tank in Ajmer for your onward journey and then continue on NH 8 for another 51 kms before you reach Beawar and from Beawar drive on for another 38 kms while keeping a watch for a signboard directing you to get on to NH 14.
Continue driving on to NH 14 towards Bar for another 47 kms and once you have reached Bar switch to NH 112 towards Bilara, from here drive onto the NH 112 till you reach Bilara.
In case you want to refill your car’s tank then you may halt here at the petrol pump on your right hand side where you can stop to stretch your legs or to fill your car tank and you can also use the washroom here.
After your halt here get back onto NH 112 and drive for 79 kms and cross Kaparda and Banar before you reach your final destination – Jodhpur.
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