Cheapest airfare from Delhi to Jamnagar in the next 30 days is Rs. 10207 for Air India flight on Dec. 29, 2013 + 2 more days. Average airfare from Delhi to Jamnagar is Rs. 13387. There are many airlines which provide connecting flight from Delhi to Jamnagar like Air India, Jet Airways etc.
On weekends, airfare for Air India flight is between Rs. 10207 to Rs. 25270.
Flight before 12 noon are Air India AI349 Delhi to Jamnagar flight at 03:15, Air India AI688 Delhi to Jamnagar flight at 06:00, Air India AI657 Delhi to Jamnagar flight at 07:00 etc.
New Delhi, the political hub of India, is also known as the National Capital Territory of India. Declared as the Union Territory of the country in 1956, it serves as a seat of federal government of India and the local government of New Delhi. The politics, however, traces its root in the city from ancient times. From being the location for capital of Pandavas, Indraprastha in Mahabharata to being home to capital of various kings and dynasties, New Delhi has always been a historically important city. It changed various hand of power from Mughals, Tughlaqs, and Lodhi Dynasty to British Raj. Standing majestically over the banks of River Yamuna, the city of New Delhi reflects its past glory through its magnificent monuments, rich and diverse culture, and imposing government buildings. The city offers many tourist spots to its visitors such as Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Lotus Temple, India Gate, Akshardham Temple, Jama Masjid, Chandni Chowk, Connaught Place, Red Fort, Raj Ghat, Jantar Mantar, National Museum, National Rail Museum, and Lodhi Gardens etc. New Delhi, being the capital, has an extensive network of international and domestic flights. To visit from New Delhi to Jamnagar, you can book your flight tickets on Goibibo.com. Using our travel portal you can make your flight bookings, modify or even cancel them at the comfort of your home. The city also has some fascinating bazaars offering some of the finest handicrafts, garments, fabrics and jewellery and catering to the need of all.
Jamnagar is the city of Gujarat founded by Jam Raval who made it his capital. Jamnagar was the capital of the former princely state of Nawanagar; however it was Jadeja Rajput clan, who ruled the princely states of Kutch, Jamnagar, Rajkot and Gondal for more than 300 years. Situated on the confluence of the rivers Nagmati and Rangmati, the Jadeja Rajputs known as Jams contributed greatly to the development of the city and its architecture. Currently, Jamnagar is home to world's largest oil refinery Reliance Industries which is also India's largest private company and Essar Oil refinery being consequently nicknamed as 'Oil City of India'. The city is a perfect blend of heritage and modernity. With the city is built around the Ranmal Lake, which has a small palace at its centre, there are many places of interests and historic importance in the city. Darbargadh (Maharajah's palace), the old royal residence of Jam Sahebs and the most important historical complex in Jamnagar, reflects the fusion of Rajputs and European style of architecture. The walls outside have carved jarokha balconies in the Indian tradition, a carved gate and Venetian-Gothic arches. The impressive Willingdon crescent, constructed by Ranjit Singh, comprises of arcades of cusped arches, larger on the ground floor and smaller on the upper storey, pilasters on the curving walls, and balusters on the parapet. The statue of Jam Saheb is situated in the center of the crescent. Marine National Park also known as Pirotan Island is located in the Arabian Sea portion of Jamnagar. To book your flight tickets to Jamnagar from New Delhi, at lowest airfare you can use your free account on Goibibo.com at the comfort of your home.
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