Popular Buses from Balangir to Bhubaneswar
BhubaneswarSree Chakadola travels Leyland A/C Seater/Sleeper Maharaja push back (2+2)
BhubaneswarLeyland Non A/C Seater Executive (2+2)
FAQ about Buses from Balangir to Bhubaneswar
How many buses are running between Balangir to Bhubaneswar on the daily basis?
4 buses are running between Balangir to Bhubaneswar.
What is the ticket price for different types of buses on the Balangir to Bhubaneswar bus route?
The minimum fare for Non AC bus is ₹323 on Balangir to Bhubaneswar bus route.
How many seats are available for different types of buses on the Balangir Bhubaneswar bus route?
124 seats for Non AC buses are available for today’s booking.
When does the first Balangir to Bhubaneswar bus leaves for the day?
The first bus for Balangir to Bhubaneswar bus route leaves at 17:45. It is a nonac bus and fare for this bus is ₹330.
When does the last bus leaves for Bhubaneswar from Balangir?
The last bus for Balangir to Bhubaneswar route leaves at 21:30. The ticket price for this nonac bus is ₹330.
Who are the popular operators on the Balangir to Bhubaneswar bus route?
Top operators on the Balangir to Bhubaneswar bus route is OSRTC .
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- Lingaraja Temple
One of the most famous temples of Odisha, Lingaraj temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, who is also known as ‘Lingaraj’. It is approximately 54.8 metres high and enshrines a huge statue of Lord Shiva which is 8 feet in diameter and is made of granite. The deity is bathed everyday with milk, water and bhang (marijuana). It is believed that the temple’s construction history dates back to the later half of 11th century.