- 15:30 Boarding Points Time Boarding Point 15:30 BANSKANDI BUS STAND 13h 30m → 05:00 Dropping Points Time Dropping Point 05:00 ISBT-GuwahatiDeep TravelsLeyland Non A/C Seater Executive Luxury (2+1)570 Fare Details Rs570 - Seater
- 16:00 Boarding Points Time Boarding Point 16:00 BANSKANDI BUS STAND 13h 0m → 05:00 Dropping Points Time Dropping Point 05:00 ISBT-GuwahatiJAGANNATH TRAVELS & TOUR PVT.LTD.Leyland Non A/C Seater/Sleeper Executive Luxury (2+1)550 Fare Details Rs550 - Seater/Sleeper
Rs650 - Seater/Sleeper
FAQ about Buses from Banshkandi to Guwahati
How many buses are running between Banshkandi to Guwahati on the daily basis?
2 buses are running between Banshkandi to Guwahati.
When does the first Banshkandi to Guwahati bus leaves for the day?
The first bus for Banshkandi to Guwahati bus route leaves at 15:30. It is a other bus and fare for this bus is ₹570.
When does the last bus leaves for Guwahati from Banshkandi?
The last bus for Banshkandi to Guwahati route leaves at 15:30. The ticket price for this other bus is ₹570.
Who are the popular operators on the Banshkandi to Guwahati bus route?
Top operators on the Banshkandi to Guwahati bus route are Deep Travels and JAGANNATH TRAVELS & TOUR PVT.LTD. .
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- Assam State Museum
This museum is situated near Dighalipukhuri tank which is quite popular for antiques of prehistoric times. At this Museum, tourists can .......
- Guwahati Planetarium
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- Kamakhya Temple
One of the most revered shaktipeeths in India, Kamakhya temple is dedicated to goddess Kamakhya, an incarnation of Sati. This is the place where yoniof Sati fell due to Shiva's tandava nritya or dance of destruction. The garbhagriha (sanctum sanctorum) deep inside the temple represents the sacred spot and is covered with red silken cloth. Built in the 16th century by the Koch King Naranarayan, this temple is the earliest of the surviving Koch monuments in Assam.