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Ahmedabad to Bhubaneswar Flights

Ahmedabad and Bhubaneswar are well connected by air. The nearest airport to Ahmedabad city is the Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel International Airport. Biju Patnaik International Airport is the closest airport to Bhubaneshwar city. There are direct and connecting flights from Ahmedabad to Bhubaneswar. Here are all the details you need to know about Ahmedabad to Bhubaneswar flights.

Flights from Ahmedabad to Bhubaneswar


About Bhubaneswar Airport

Biju Patnaik International Airport is the main airport of Bhubaneswar city. It is at a distance of 6 Km from the heart of the city. The railway station is at a distance of 4 Km from the airport. Bhubaneswar airport is the 16th busiest airport in India. It has been named after Odisha’s former Chief Minister. The airport has two terminals at present. Terminal 1 caters to domestic flights, whereas Terminal 2 is being refurbished for international flights. Terminal 1 was inaugurated by the then Minister of Civil Aviation, Ajit Singh, on March 5, 2013.

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About Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneswar is a historic city in Odisha, India’s eastern state. The 11th-century Hindu Lingaraja Temple is one of many sandstone temples that can be found around Bindusagar Lake in the old city. The guardians of the eight cardinal and ordinal directions are carved sculptures outside Rajarani Temple, which is an important sightseeing spot in the city. You can also head to the Odisha State Museum to see Jain artifacts, weaponry, and pattachitra paintings.

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Bindu Sagar Lake

Bindu Sagar Lake, located to the north of the Lingaraja Temple, is a renowned tourist spot in Bhubaneswar. Over the years, it has become an increasingly popular picnic spot among travellers. Every year, the Lingaraja (Lord Shiva) idol, kept in the Lingaraja Temple, is taken to the lake for a ritual bath. It is believed that if a person bathes in the holy water of the Bindu Sagar Lake, their sins will be washed away and they will be free of all diseases. The local people believe Lord Shiva and his wife Parvati came to Varanasi after their marriage. With the passage of time, as the population of Varanasi increased, they moved to Ekamrakshetra for meditation. Lord Shiva is supposed to have created Bindu Sagar Lake to quench Parvati’s thirst. Therefore, all the rituals of Lord Lingaraja are associated with this lake.

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Dhauli Giri Hills

Dhauligiri Hills, located 8 Km from Bhubaneswar, is an area marked by the calm of the Daya River. It was in the Dhauligiri Hills that Ashoka adopted the path of dharma, and the famed Ashoka rock edicts are worth seeing. The Vishwa Shanti Stupa is located in the Dhauligiri Hills. The five umbrellas that adorn the Shanti Stupa’s dome represent the five pillars of Buddhism. The caves were created for Jain monks on two adjacent hills known as Udayagiri and Khandagiri, which are part of the Kumari mountain range. Many caverns are two-storeyed, and the upper rooms are thought to have been used for meditation.

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Lingaraja Temple

Lingaraj Temple in Bhubaneswar is the city’s oldest and largest temple. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, it was established in the 7th century by King Jajati Keshari. At this temple, the linga appeared organically. It is 8 feet in diameter and rises to a huge height of 8 inches above floor level. The temple’s building is a fine example of Odissi architecture, with elaborately carved stone vaults around the main shrine. In the northwest part of the courtyard, there is also a modest temple devoted to Goddess Bhagawati. The Mahashivratri celebrations at Lingaraj Temple are particularly noteworthy, with the entire sanctum decorated with flowers, lanterns, and lights. Around 6,000 visitors visit Lingaraj Temple on a daily basis. Further, around 2,00,000 people gather here to worship Lord Shiva on the holy occasion of Mahashivaratri. The temple is easily accessible by public transportation.

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Mukteshvara Temple

Mukteshvara Temple in Bhubaneswar bows down in adoration of Lord Shiva. Despite a lack of historical evidence to corroborate this claim, Somavamshi King Yayati is said to have sculpted the temple. Mukteshvara Temple has become a prominent religious tourist site in Odisha owing to its architecture. Pilgrims and architecture lovers consider this location one of Bhubaneswar’s pearls. Those who want to get away from Odisha’s bustling streets can visit Mukteshwar for a soothing experience packed with chanting and worshipping the Lord. Mukteshvara Temple, with its unique architecture, came as a revolution in the 10th century. According to experts, this temple was constructed before Brahmeswara Temple and after Parashurameshvara Temple.

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Parasurameswara Temple

Parasurameswara Temple is located in the eastern city of Bhubaneswar, Odisha. It is considered the best surviving instance of an early Odia Hindu temple, dating back to the Shailodbhava period from the 7th and 8th centuries CE. The temple, devoted to the Hindu God Shiva, is one of the state’s oldest structures. It is thought to have been constructed in Nagara style around 650 CE and contains all the essential elements of pre-10th century Kalinga architecture-type temples. Although it is dedicated to Lord Shiva, it also honours Shakti. Furthermore, when tourists study the architectural design of this temple, they will notice that it represents the allure of the Nagara style, which was popular around 650 AD. The vimana, the curvilinear spire atop the ceiling, and the sanctum are some of the key architectural features of this temple.

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Udayagiri Caves

The Udayagiri and Khandagiri hills are located on the outskirts of Odisha’s capital, Bhubaneswar. The hills are home to a multitude of caverns, the majority of which were chiselled out by Jain monks and artisans during King Kharavela’s reign. Among these are the Udayagiri and Khandagiri caves, which date back to the 1st century BC. The majority of the caves are rock cuts that are thought to have served as housing cells and meditation chambers for Jain monks. The monks are said to have endured hard living conditions while creating gorgeous and elaborate sculptures depicting court life, royalty, religious symbols, or everyday life in society. The Udayagiri and Khandagiri caves are among eastern India’s most popular tourist destinations. The Archaeological Survey of India maintains the two cave complexes.


About Ahmedabad Airport

The nearest Airport to Ahmedabad is the Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel International Airport (SVPIA), which is situated in Hansol. It is at a distance of around 6.2 Km to 10 Km from the main city. It is the largest and busiest airport in Gujarat. The airport was founded in 1937 and the international flights began on January 26, 1991. The airport area has an impressive 18-foot tall statue of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel, who was the first Deputy Prime Minister of India. In 2017, the Airports Council International awarded the SVPIA the “most improved airport” in the Asia-Pacific region. In the fiscal year 2020-21, the airport had a footfall of over 3.64 million passengers. With this, the airport becomes the seventh busiest airport in India.

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About Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad is one of the most marvellous cities in Gujarat. Popular for its cultural heritage, beautiful tourist spots and rich history, the city has been declared a UNESCO heritage site. Ahmedabad city’s history reflects the ethics and ideals of Mahatma Gandhi. It is the city that has its roots deep in our history. Moreover, Ahmedabad is also considered the business hub of India. It is home to leading business tycoons and companies of India.
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Adalaj Stepwell

The Adalaj Stepwell is located in a village by the same name in Gandhinagar city around 18 Km from Ahmedabad’s Kalupur Railway station. This stunning architectural beauty constructed out of sandstone stands five stories tall and has an octagonal shape. This classical architectural piece built in 1499 perfectly combines geometric designs and Islamic floral patterns. There are large windows on every floor that let the light and air in and paint the intricately carved pillars on each floor in a different colour depending on the position of the sun throughout the day or the moon at night. Three different entrance stairs lead into the stepwell. One notable feature of the place is that the navgraha is believed to protect the temple from all evil spirits. Thousands of visitors visit the Adalaj Stepwell to witness the breathtaking view from the windows on the first floor. There are several pillars present in the Adalaj Stepwell, and every floor is spacious enough to hold up to 100 people at a time. Apart from still providing water to the people in the surrounding areas, this is also a place of worship.

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Kankaria Lake

Located in the south-eastern part of Ahmedabad, the Kankaria Lake near the Maninagar area is the second-largest lake in Ahmedabad and was built in 1451. It sports various tourist attractions such as a zoo, aquarium, kids city, toy train, tethered hot-air balloon ride, water rides, and an expansive pedestrian walking area. The lake itself is around 4 sq Km wide. This is a very popular tourist destination that has a footfall of around 70 lac people on weekdays alone, with over 1.18 crore people already having visited the lake after it was reopened to the public. The lake has an island that encompasses Nagina Wadi, a popular garden floating right in the middle. Kankaria lake is emerging as a major arts and culture platform and often hosts musical nights, light and sound shows, and fireworks displays as well. Before the pandemic struck, the week-long Kankaria Carnival held every year in December drew large crowds.

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Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary

Nal Sarovar, which translates to Tap Lake, is a famous tourist spot that is home to a large variety of bird species, both migratory and local. This bird sanctuary comprises nearly 36 islands, making it an ideal breeding ground for birds who find ample food and nesting spaces here. The Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary is located at Sanand village, around 64 Km from Ahmedabad city in Gujarat. The site, declared a sanctuary in 1969, is spread across a vast area of around 121 sq Km. One thing which attracts a bunch of tourists is the wide variety of migratory birds that are often seen here. With nearly 200 bird species, it is one of the biggest bird sanctuaries in India and the largest in Gujarat. An absolute paradise for casual visitors, bird watchers, and photographers, this place is buzzing with people throughout the year, with the winters drawing in the largest crowds. State transport buses and private taxis are easily available here throughout the day.

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Sabarmati Ashram

Sabarmati Ashram, also known as Harijan Ashram was originally established in Kochrab, Ahmedabad and was later shifted to the banks of the Sabarmati river in 1917. It was earlier called Satyagraha Ashram and was home to Mahatma Gandhi from its inception up to 1930 when he vowed not to step foot into the ashram till India was a free country. This was also the place that marked the beginning of the Dandi March on March 12, 1930, towards Dandi around 275 Km away. Though he never visited the ashram again, the place was converted into a museum to pay homage to the ideology of the Mahatma. The museum now houses various artefacts used by Mahatma Gandhi and related to the freedom struggle, paintings, letters, and photographs. The site is well connected and one can take a local bus, train which connects all major cities of India with Ahmedabad, or travel by air to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Airport in Ahmedabad which is just 11 minutes away to get to the ashram.

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Sabarmati Riverfront

Over the past few years, the Sabarmati Riverfront has been gaining a lot of traction in the form of tourists and emerged as one of the most popular tourist spots in Ahmedabad city. The riverfront provides an 11.4 Km long walkway for pedestrians, whereas the lower part of the promenade serves cyclists as well as pedestrians alike. The aim of the project was to provide the city with a meaningful waterfront environment around the Sabarmati river banks and redefine the identity of rivers in a positive manner. Sabarmati Riverfront is now not only a popular hangout for locals and travellers but also birds, as close to 120 species of migratory and native birds congregate here. The stunning river view with the chirping of birds is a pleasant combination. So, if you want to spend time with your friends and family while sitting close to nature, a visit to the Sabarmati Riverfront is all you need.

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Swaminarayan Temple

Just opposite the Dadar (East) railway station, the Swaminarayan Temple located in Mumbai, India is one of the most beautiful temples you will ever come across. It is managed by the BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha and recently celebrated 30 years since its construction. It is one of the most prominent and most visited Swaminarayan temples in Mumbai. The structure is constructed almost completely in pink stone, which gives it a beautiful calm look against the backdrop of one of the most crowded suburbs in Mumbai. The temple houses 24 avatars of gods and has 5 pinnacles. This place is open to visitors on all days of the week. In addition, the visiting time of the temple is between 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. That allows people to offer their prayers throughout the day. Besides, if you want to experience the Aarti sessions, you can reach the temple by 7 a.m., or 7 p.m.

Virtual Guide from Ahmedabad to Bhubaneswar

Frequently Asked Questions

Travel restrictions differ from city to city and change daily, and that’s why there might be some precautionary measures related to COVID-19 that are in place for air travel.

No, any passenger showing COVID-19 symptoms will not be allowed to board the flight.

The cheapest flight from Ahmedabad to Bhubaneswar is INR 4,335 (on IndiGo).

Yes, you can check the discounts and offers on the official websites of the airlines that fly on this route.

Yes, you are allowed to bring your own meals on the flight. However, the foodstuff should be packaged well.

No alcohol is served on a domestic flight. Alcohol is only available on overseas flights.

The cost of a ticket in the economy class ranges from INR 4,335 to INR 11,669. IndiGo sells tickets in this price range.

Yes, passengers can use online web check-in for their Ahmedabad to Bhubaneswar flights.

Yes, you can easily find and book low-cost hotels near the airport online.
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Airport Information

Bhubaneswar Airport Rd, Aerodrome Area, Bhubaneswar, Odisha 751020

Ahmedabad Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport Hansol, Ahmedabad Gujarat 380003