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Agartala to Gorakhpur Flights

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Are you looking for an Agartala to Gorakhpur flight? You can now book air tickets on Adani One platform. Choose the flight most convenient for you from the detailed airfare calendar displayed on the platform and benefit from the best deals, discounts, and offers. Adani One is here to help you book your Agartala to Gorakhpur flight ticket. The platform features all domestic carriers like Go First, IndiGo, Air India, and AirAsia. You can also choose your preferred departure time according to your travel schedule. If you have decided on an arrival date, we suggest booking a return trip to take advantage of additional benefits and discounts. Complete your Agartala to Gorakhpur flight booking online on Adani One today!

Approximately two flights service the Agartala to Gorakhpur route every day, operated by IndiGo airlines. Both flights have a short layover at the Kolkata Airport. The minimum time taken for an Agartala to Gorakhpur flight is 5 hours and 25 minutes, with around a two-hour layover in Kolkata.

Flights from Agartala to Gorakhpur


About Gorakhpur Airport

The Gorakhpur Airport, also known as the Mahayogi Gorakhnath Airport (IATA: GOP), is located around 8 km from the Gorakhpur city centre. The airport houses a single terminal that can handle 18 passengers each in its arrivals and departures. It predominantly functions as a military airbase and is operated under the Airports Authority of India. Gorakhpur Airport operates flights to all major cities in India through leading domestic airlines like Air India. The airport offers several facilities, including baggage and trolley services, cafes, restaurants, and shops. It is well-connected to the city – only 7.5 km from the bus stand and 8 km from the railway station. Taxis, rickshaws, and private cars are available outside the airport, which can take you to your destination in the city.

About Gorakhpur

Gorakhpur lies on the banks of the Rapti River and is named after the eminent saint, Gorakhnath, who founded the Nath Hindu movement. Gorakhnath is also known as one of the Navnath (nine saints).

Gorakhpur is situated close to the Nepal border (around 100 km away) and is an important city in Uttar Pradesh. The city has a rich historical heritage that dates back to mediaeval times.

Gorakhpur was part of the Sakya clan’s kingdom, the clan into which Gautama Buddha was born as a prince before he relinquished his throne. The city was also part of the famous Koshal kingdom, which boasted of some very renowned kings.

Gorakhpur’s population comprises Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, Jains, and Buddhists. The city is known for its festivities, and many important Indian festivals like Shivratri, Dussehra, Janmashtami, Easter, Makar Sankranti, Bakrid, Buddha Purnima, and Nag Panchami are celebrated with great pomp and splendour.

It is also home to the Gita Press, which is the largest publisher of Hindu religious texts. Gita Press was founded in 1923 to promote Sanatan Dharma by Jaya Dayal Goenka and Ghanshyam Das Jalan. Gorakhpur also has a Buddhist Museum maintained by the government that contains Buddhist history and development literature. The city’s rich culture and heritage, seen in its monuments and other attractions, led to it being a popular tourist destination.

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Arogya Mandir

A pillar of natural health techniques, Arogya Mandir is a wellness centre that specialises in health rejuvenation. The mandir was founded in 1940 by Dr Bitthal Das Modi, a naturopath and an expert in the vipassana meditation techniques. 

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Geeta Vatika

Geeta Vatika, one of the most visited temples in the city, is known for being home to Radha and Krishna idols. It is the only temple where prayers are offered to Radha throughout the day. 

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Gita Press

Gita Press, the largest publisher of Hindu texts, is notable for its grand entrance. Constructed in a traditional Indian temple architectural style, the pillars of the structure resemble the design of the famous Ellora Caves. The press publishes several texts, including the Upanishads, Puran, Bhagavad Gita, and discourses of Hindu saints.

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Gorakhnath Math

The Gorakhnath Temple, the main temple of the city, is said to have been constructed on the spot where Saint Gorakhnath meditated. He wrote many texts propagating the Nath Sampradaya. The temple acts as the city’s cultural centre and hosts numerous cultural and religious programmes. The yearly Makar Sankranti Mela is the highlight of the activities that take place in the temple, drawing in devotees from all over the region. 

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Neer Nikunj Water Park

Adventure lovers would love this adrenaline-boosting water park, which also makes for a perfect picnic spot. Located near Champa Devi Park, Neer Nikunj Water Park houses various water rides and exciting attractions as well as an excellent food court. 

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Ramgarh Taal

The calm blue-green waters of this 1700-acre pond provide a pleasant spot for tourists who love boating and spending time near the water. The pond, home to numerous fish, is a popular tourist spot.


About Agartala Airport 

The Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport (IATA: IXA), located 12 km from Agartala and previously known as the Singerbhil Airport, was renamed after Maharaja Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya, who donated the land for the airport during World War II. The airport houses a single terminal and two boarding gates, which has a capacity of holding 500 passengers for departures and arrivals. The terminal covers an area of around 30000 sq metres, with 20 check-in counters, new parking bays, conveyor belts, passenger-friendly facilities, and an in-line baggage system. Airlines such as IndiGo and Air India operate their flights from this airport, connecting the city to major Indian cities, including Kolkata, Guwahati, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Imphal, Silchar, Hyderabad, and Aizawl. The airport has an arrival and departure lounge and hosts several snack bistros and restaurants. It also offers trolley services, wheelchair services, international telephone booths, and medical facilities. Transportation facilities from the airport include auto rickshaws, prepaid taxis, and private bus and car services. There are interstate bus and taxi services available for tourists who wish to travel to adjoining states from the airport.

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About Agartala

Agartala, situated near the Bangladesh border, is the capital of Tripura. It is the state’s commercial hub and one of Northeast India’s largest cities. The city is named after the towering Agarwood trees that grow in dense patches in the region.

The city traces its origins to around 1900 BC with the first known monarch of the region – Patardan. Agartala has come under the rule of various Hindu rulers, with the Manikya dynasty being the most prominently known. It was made the capital of Tripura in the 19th century by Maharaja Krishna Chandra Manikya Bahadur – this paved the way for the city’s rapid rise to glory and development.

Agartala has exquisite palaces and gardens, like the Ujjayanta Palace and Kunjaban Palace, which stand testament to the city’s rich history. It is also home to the Queen and Kew variants of pineapple and the Tripura oranges renowned all over India.

Agartala enjoys a unique blend of Bengali and Tripuri cultures. Some parts of the city speak the Tripuri Kokborok language, but the city’s dominant language is Bengali. Local tribal festivals, such as Garia, are celebrated with equal pomp and splendour to Bengali festivals, such as Durga Puja and Saraswati Puja. Agartala loves to honour tradition with dance and song. Some famous dance forms of the city are Lebang Boomani, Hai Hak, Hozagiri, and Jhum.

The best time to visit Agartala is from October to March, when the climate is cool and the festivities are in full swing.

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Neermahal Palace

The palace, situated in the middle of Rudrasagar Lake, is the only water palace in eastern India. It was constructed as a summer palace for the Manikya dynasty. Its elegance and splendour attract several visitors all year round.

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Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary

Located around 25 km from Agartala, this wildlife sanctuary is home to more than 150 different species of resident and migratory birds and animals. The sanctuary also has boating facilities, elephant rides, and other attractions for visitors, making it a popular tourist spot.

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Unakoti is a heritage site, the origin of which can be traced back to the 7th century. Sculptures of Indian deities have been carved into the rocks, attracting tourists and history aficionados to the region to witness the intricate details of the art. The lush green surroundings and waterfalls add to its appeal, making it a mesmerising tourist attraction.

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Ujjayanta Palace

The Ujjayanta Palace was built sometime between 1899 and 1901 by the Manikya king Radha Kishore Manikya. The two-storeyed grand structure, surrounded by beautiful gardens, fountains, and pools, is the star attraction in Agartala.

Frequently Asked Questions

Approximately two flights service the Agartala to Gorakhpur route every day. One departs at 8:35 am, while the other departs at 11:10 am. 

Adani’s one-stop platform and airfare calendar offer a perfect place to choose the best flights for your journey. Be sure to avail the ongoing offers, discounts, and deals while booking your flight. 

Only IndiGo airlines operate the flights on the Agartala to Gorakhpur route. 

The Gorakhpur Airport is fully functional and connects to all major cities in India. 

The Gorakhpur railway station is 7 km from the Mahayogi Gorakhnath Airport. 

Gorakhpur Airport was renamed Mahayogi Gorakhnath Airport. The name was given after the great saint Gorakhnath who wrote many scriptures and contributed heavily to India’s Nath Sampradaya.

The name of the Agartala Airport is Maharaja Bir Bikram International Airport. The airport was named after the great king who donated the land for the airport. Earlier, it was known as the Singerbhil Airport. 

Yes. The Maharaja Bir Bikram International Airport is situated in Agartala in Tripura. 

The Agartala Airport is well-connected by road to Agartala. Buses run transit directly to the terminal. You may also hail a taxi to get to the airport. 

The Gorakhpur bus stand is only 7.5 km from the airport. 

Maharaja Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya built the Agartala Airport during the Second World War to aid the Allies. 

The Haora River flows in Agartala.  

Gorakhpur is also known as the Java of India. The title stuck with Gorakhpur as it has a lot of sugar mills. Java, in Indonesia, is considered a prime location for the manufacture of sugar in the world. 

Gorakhpur is famous for its handloom products, woollen blankets, and handicrafts. You can also check out the terracotta products on offer. Original Hindu religious texts can be purchased here from the Gita Press. 
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Airport Information

Gorakhpur Airport Area, Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh 273001

Agartala Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport, Usha Bazar, Agartala, Tripura 799009