The First bus from Pathankot (Punjab) to Panipat (Haryana) is Volvo Multiaxle A/C Seater Semi Sleeper (2+2) by Golden Temple Volvo Bus Service departing at 18:25.
Trip duration for Pathankot to Panipat is between 5h-40m to 9h-55m depending on the bus type and operator. Goibibo provides you the largest fleet of bus services to select from AC, Volvo buses.
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PanipatGolden Temple Volvo Bus Service Volvo Multiaxle A/C Seater Semi Sleeper (2+2)
PanipatLAXMI HOLIDAYS(Water Bottle, Blanket) Volvo Multiaxle A/C Semi Sleeper (2+2)
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Popular attractions in Panipat
- Ibrahim Lodi Tomb
History unveils itself through tales of heroic battles, conquers, achievements, constructions, defeats, ransacks, chivalry, treachery and imperial combats. Ground to three gory battles, Panipat has made an immortal entry in the pages of history. The tomb of Ibrahim Lodi is reminiscent of the bloody First Battle of Panipat.
- Kabuli Shah Mosque
Kabuli Shah Mosque is another prime attraction in Panipat. This mosque has been built in the Mughal style with .......
- Dargah of Bu Ali Shah Qalandar
The diversity of religion and religious practices in India can be experienced on traversing from north to south and east to west crossing the central. From mosques to temples, churches to monasteries, every religion has their dedicated place of worship, which welcomes people from diverse communities. The dargah of Bu Ali Qalandar is one such spectacular shrine dedicated to Shaikh Sharafuddeen Abu Ali Qalandar Panipati. His tenure probably dates between 1400-1463 CE.