Cheapest airfare from Delhi to Agartala in the next 30 days is Rs. 6551 for Jet Airways flight on Jan. 2, 2014. Average airfare from Delhi to Agartala is Rs. 8487. There are many airlines which provide connecting flight from Delhi to Agartala like Jet Airways, Jetlite, Spicejet etc.
On weekends, airfare for Jetkonnect flight is between Rs. 7801 to Rs. 10601. Similarly airfare for Indigo flights is between Rs. 7204 to Rs. 7510, airfare for Jet Airways flights is between Rs. 9401 to Rs. 10601
Flight before 12 noon are Spicejet SG601 Delhi to Agartala flight at 05:55, Indigo 6E273 Delhi to Agartala flight at 06:10, Jetlite S25065 Delhi to Agartala flight at 06:45 etc.
The national capital city of India, New Delhi, is a city with long history. Situated on the banks of mighty River Yamuna, it is the second most populous and the largest city in terms of area. With the history that dates back to epic of Mahabharata, the city was once a, renowned capital of the legendary Pandavas known as Indraprastha. Being a witness to the political turmoil for over five centuries, Delhi re-emerged as a capital and commercial city along the trade routes between northwest India and the Gangetic plain during the Delhi sultanates. The city changed the hands of power from Khiljis and Tughlaqs to Mughals and finally British. From Hindu Kings to Muslim Sultans, the reins of the city kept shifting from one ruler to another with each empire leaving its mark on the city. Eventually when the British left India in 1947, New Delhi became its national capital and seat of government. Also known as “City of Cites” Delhi attracts tourist from all over the world with its famous tourist destinations and mouth watering food such as Qutub Minar, Lotus Temple, India Gate, Akshardham Temple, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, Connaught Place, Red Fort (Lal Qila) etc. You can book your flight tickets from New Delhi to Agartala on Goibibo.com, the leading travel portal for cheap flight bookings. Delhi with the maze of narrow lanes lined with old havellis and British Raj created spacious tree-lined venues with government buildings boast of an overwhelming history and rich cultural heritage.
Agartala, the second largest city in north-east is the capital city of Tripura. Being one of the most diversely populated cities of India, it has always been a home to various mixes of tribes leading to an influx of people representing their own clan. The city derives its name from two words namely Agar, a kind of oily valuable perfume tree and suffix tala, a store house being a region where the Agaru tree grow in abundance. The city became the major political, cultural and commercial hub of the state. Being under the rule of Hindu Kingdom, Mughals and then British, the city is home to beautiful palaces, gardens, hills, temples and lakes and lots of various activities attracting tourist over and over again. Some of the famous tourist destinations include the Unkoti Tirtha, Neer Mahal, Rabindra Kanan, and Tribal Museum etc. Ujjayanta Palace, the royal house was built by Maharaja Radha Kishore Manikya during 1899-1901. The palace with beautifully crafted doors is set with huge Mughal style gardens. Flood lighting and fountains have also added to its beauty. Famous not only for its spiritual aspect, Jagannath Temple is also a remarkable architecture with its octagonal base and its impression pradhkshin patha round the sanctum. The pillars are crowned by square and pyramidal cones. Agartala is known for its exceptional bamboo, cane and palm leaf handicrafts, handloom fabrics which is one of the finest in India. To visit this beautiful city, book your cheap flight tickets to Agartala from New Delhi on Goibibo.bom, the leading travel portal. The city with alluring green valleys and rich and varied tribal culture is a must visit.
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