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For further information please contact:

Sudhir Raniwala
Physics Department,
University of Rajasthan,
Jaipur-302055, India
Fax: +91 141 2702 645
Tel: +91 141 2702 645
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Information about India and Jaipur

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Climate and weather at Jaipur

How to get to Jaipur

Jaipur is one vertex of the popular tourism Golden Triangle circuit Agra-Delhi-Jaipur and is well connected to most parts of India by air, train and road. Participants can choose to reach Delhi or Mumbai, and then proceed to Jaipur.

  • Air: There are many flights from Delhi and Mumbai to Jaipur, both state owned and private.
    The convenient connections may be seen at http://www.makemytrip.com.
  • Train: There are about 10 trains to Jaipur from Delhi every day and travel time is about 5 hours. There are 3 trains to Jaipur from Mumbai, and the travel time is about 19 hours.
    The details may be seen at http://www.indianrail.gov.in/src_dest_trns.html
    Travel by trains needs prior reservation.
  • Road: The State owned Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation runs many buses between Delhi and Jaipur. The details may be seen at http://www.rsrtc.gov.in/time_table.asp
  • An alternate mode of transport is private taxis from Delhi to Jaipur. These can be arranged a prior through the travel agency, or also taken up on arrival at the airport. Depending upon the choice of car, this may cost upwards of Rs. 4000/- per car (about US $ 85 at the present conversion rates).


Google Earth

On Google Earth: the latitude and the longitude of LNM Institute of Information Technology is 26: 56’ 6.73” N and 75: 55’ 25” E, of the University of Rajasthan is 26: 53’ 18.52” N and 75: 48’ 50.30” E and of the hotel Ramada is 26: 53’ 44.80” N and 75: 49’ 45.20” E.


More information please visit http://india.gov.in/overseas/passport.php

Foreign Nationals desirous of coming into India are required to possess a valid passport of their country and a valid Indian Visa.

There is no provision of 'Visa on Arrival' in India and no fee is charged for immigration facilities at the airports. Foreign passengers should ensure that they are in possession of valid Indian Visa before they start their journey to India except nationals of Nepal and Bhutan who do not require visa to enter India and nationals of Maldives who do not require visa for entry in India for a period up to 90 days (a separate Visa regime exists for diplomatic/official passport holders).

The Consular Passport and Visa (CPV) Division of the Ministry of External Affairs is responsible for issuance of Indian visas to the foreign nationals for their visit for various purposes. This facility is granted through various Indian missions abroad.

Visa fees are non-refundable and subject to change without notice. The High Commission reserves the right on granting and deciding type/duration of visa irrespective of the fees tendered at the time of making application. Granting of Visa does not confer the right of entry to India and is subject to the discretion of the Immigration Authorities.