Bangalore To Gaya Bus

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Distance and time from Bangalore to Gaya

Distance from Bangalore to Gaya almost 2053 km. Time takes 1 day & 11 hours. We provide the safety and comfort while you are travelling between different cities for long hours. India Tour and Travels provides travel solutions for you and your family, which ensure a problem free journey without having to worry about the comfort.


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Bangalore is officially known as Bengaluru is the capital of the Indian state of Karnataka. Bengaluru is the number one city in the Indian Deep South. And Kannada is the language spoken by the locals. Bangalore, the IT hub of India, is the fifth metropolitan city of the country. Bangalore city is the number one city in the southern part of India. Also known as the Silicon Valley of India. Bangalore city vying with Mumbai as the nation's most progressive city.

Place to visit in Bangalore:

 1) JP Park

2) Bangalore Palace

3) Wonderla Amusement Park

4) Basavanagudi

5) Malleswaram

6) Dodda Ganapathi Temple

7) Cubbon Park

8) Infant Jesus Shrine

9) Pyramid Valley

10) Bull Temple

11) Sankey Tank

12) Lalbagh Botanical Garden

13) Ragigudda Anjaneya Temple

14) Bannerghatta National Park

15) Surayanarayana Temple

16) St. Mary's Basilica

17) National Gallery of Modern Art

18) Tipu Sultan Fort and Palace

19) Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple

20) The Heritage Centre & Aerospace Museum.

Gaya is a major district of Bihar state, India. It is one of the famous tourist attractions of Bihar. The city is the 2nd largest city of Bihar. It was officially established on 3 October 1865. The district has a common boundary with the state of Jharkhand to the south. Gaya finds mention in the great epics, Ramayana and Mahabharata.  Lord Ram, along, with lord Sita and lord Lakshmana, visited Gaya to offer Pind-Daan to their father Dasharath. In the Mahabharata, this place is referred to as Gayapuri. About the origin of the name ‘Gaya' as referred to in Vayu Purana is that Gaya was the name of a demon (Asura) whose body was pious after he performed rigid penance and secured blessings from Vishnu. It was said that the Gayasura's body would continue to be known as Gaya Kshetra.

Place to visit in Gaya:

1) Mahabodhi Temple

2) Vishnupad Temple

3) Dungeshwari Cave Temples

4) Barabar Caves

5) Bodhi Tree

6) Chinese Temple And Monastery

7) Bodhgaya Archaeological Museum

8) Muchalinda Lake

9) Thai Temple And Monastery

10) Royal Bhutan Monastery.