FAQ about Buses from Bharapar to Ahmedabad
How many buses are running between Bharapar to Ahmedabad on the daily basis?
3 buses are running between Bharapar to Ahmedabad. Out of which 3 are sleeper buses, and 3 are NON AC buses.
What is the ticket price for different types of buses on the Bharapar to Ahmedabad bus route?
The minimum fare for Non AC bus is ₹590 on Bharapar to Ahmedabad bus route.
How many seats are available for different types of buses on the Bharapar Ahmedabad bus route?
105 seats for Non AC buses are available for today’s booking.
When does the first Bharapar to Ahmedabad bus leaves for the day?
The first bus for Bharapar to Ahmedabad bus route leaves at 21:15. It is a nonac bus and fare for this bus is ₹611.
When does the last bus leaves for Ahmedabad from Bharapar?
The last bus for Bharapar to Ahmedabad route leaves at 21:15. The ticket price for this nonac bus is ₹611.
Who are the popular operators on the Bharapar to Ahmedabad bus route?
Top operators on the Bharapar to Ahmedabad bus route is Shree Sahjanand Travels .
How many buses are GPS enabled?
Total 3 buses are GPS enabled on this route so that anyone can track his bus.
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- Bhadra Fort
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- Kankaria Lake
A stroll along the banks, lying on the greens or enjoying laser shows, a peaceful or delightful day-out, as you please, is assured in the amazing Kankaria Lake of Ahmedabad. With fun suiting all age groups, the lake is a one-stop destination for people in a look-out for unadulterated recreation. It is one of the largest lakes in the city and is a regular hang-out option for locals.
- Teen Darwaja
A renowned landmark of Ahmedabad, Teen Darwaza is a triple arched gateway, distinguished by its beautiful Islamic architecture. It is also considered as one of the oldest as well as the longest gateways of the city. Established in 1411 C.E. by Sultan Ahmed Shah, the founder of Ahmedabad, this gate served as a royal entrance to the Maidan Shahi or the Royal Square.
- Dada Hari Vav (Stepwell)
Water conservation has been of prime importance in Gujarat since antiquity Such can be appreciated from the 120 or so odd step-wells that are scattered in different parts of the state. Two prominent step-wells can be admired in Ahmedabad itself. One is Mata Bhawani ni Vav and the other is Dada Hari ni Vav, located at an approximate 20min walking distance from each other. Both the step-wells are distinctly diverse in architecture and ethos. While the former is colourful and lively, the latter is imposing and pure.