- 21:20 Boarding Points Time Boarding Point 21:20 Mahipal Pur(Gurgaon) 10h 10m → 07:30 Dropping Points Time Dropping Point 07:30 Amritsar Junction Railway StationGolden Temple Volvo Bus ServiceLeyland A/C Seater/Sleeper King Size A/c Family Sleeper (2+1)1048 Fare Details Rs1048 - Seater/Sleeper
Rs1258 - Seater/Sleeper
Rs1468 - Seater/Sleeper
FAQ about Buses from Gurgaon to Amritsar
How many buses are running between Gurgaon to Amritsar on the daily basis?
1 buses are running between Gurgaon to Amritsar.
When does the first Gurgaon to Amritsar bus leaves for the day?
The first bus for Gurgaon to Amritsar bus route leaves at 21:20. It is a other bus and fare for this bus is ₹1048.
When does the last bus leaves for Amritsar from Gurgaon?
The last bus for Gurgaon to Amritsar route leaves at 21:20. The ticket price for this other bus is ₹1048.
Who are the popular operators on the Gurgaon to Amritsar bus route?
Top operators on the Gurgaon to Amritsar bus route is Golden Temple Volvo Bus Service .
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Popular attractions in Amritsar
- Golden Temple
Irrespective of caste, creed, community, race, gender and ethnicity, the Golden Temple in Amritsar opens door to millions of devotees from India and its far off lands. It is a mesh of sublime peace, utter religious tolerance, outstanding natural beauty and enormous faith and belief in God. Golden Temple in Amritsar is the most revered Sikh Gurudwara in India which was founded by the fourth guru Ram Das in the year 1577.
- Jallianwala Bagh
The most holy and revered destination for Sikh religion, Amritsar, is also a popular name in the chapters of Indian history. Both history and spirituality are intertwined along the walls of Amritsar that pull in enthusiastic travellers from round the world. While talking about Amritsar's history, the first thing we can recollect is the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre of 1919 that brutally killed around 1,000 civilians.