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    FAQ about Buses from Dindigul to Bangalore

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    How many buses are running between Dindigul to Bangalore on the daily basis?

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    48 buses are running between Dindigul to Bangalore. Out of which 30 are sleeper buses, 22 are AC buses and 8 are NON AC buses.

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    What is the ticket price for different types of buses on the Dindigul to Bangalore bus route?

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    The minimum fare for and ₹636 for AC Volvo on Dindigul to Bangalore bus route.

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    How many seats are available for different types of buses on the Dindigul Bangalore bus route?

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    and 142 seats for Volvo buses are available for today’s booking.

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    When does the first Dindigul to Bangalore bus leaves for the day?

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    The first bus for Dindigul to Bangalore bus route leaves at 11:15. It is a other bus and fare for this bus is ₹767.

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    When does the last bus leaves for Bangalore from Dindigul?

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    The last bus for Dindigul to Bangalore route leaves at 17:00. The ticket price for this other bus is ₹892.

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    Who are the popular operators on the Dindigul to Bangalore bus route?

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    Top operators on the Dindigul to Bangalore bus route are K.P.N , Kallada Travels (Suresh Kallada) , SRS Travels and Royal Travels .

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    How many buses are GPS enabled?

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    Total 36 buses are GPS enabled on this route so that anyone can track his bus.

    Dindigul Bangalore Bus Services

    Dindigul may be lesser popular than its much known counterpart Bangalore in the neighbouring state of Karnataka to travellers. However, it is a prominent upcoming city of Tamil Nadu known for its tanneries, sungudi and art silk saris and iron locks. Located on the banks of Kudavanar River, Dindigul is as picturesque as cosmopolitan Bangalore. As extensive network of bus service, most of which operate via National Highway 7 connects Dindigul to Bangalore. For Dindigul to Bangalore online bus booking, log on to Goibibo.com.


    Presently operators like Parveen Travels serve the Dindigul Bangalore bus route. There are two buses that run in a day, service of which resume at night. Non A/C Semi Sleeper coach is currently available in the route. The scheduled departure of the first Dindigul to Bangalore bus is at 21:40pm , while the last one departs at around 23:30pm. Total travel time varies between 6h 0m and 6h 50m, depending on factors like road condition, coach availed and route taken by the bus. To get latest information on Dindigul to Bangalore bus fares, schedule, pick- up and drop points and travel duration, visit Goibibo.com. The website also helps to purchase the lowest priced bus tickets in this route and others as well.


    Dindigul is comparatively less crowded, less bustling and less happening than Bangalore. However, the city has its own charm and its quaint lifestyle attracts peace lovers from neighbouring places. A stay in Dindigul should be accompanied by an excursion to Dindigul Rock Fort, Coaker's Walk and Berijam Lake. At the same time, a stay in Bangalore is best complemented with an excursion to Tipu Sultan's Palace, Nandi Hills and Lalbagh Botanical gardens.


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    About Dindigul to Bangalore
    • Distance 292 kms
    • Duration 0h-30m
    • Operators 53
    • Frequency S M T W T F S

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