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Bellary to Dimapur Flights

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If you’re travelling from Bellary to Dimapur by air, you need to book a flight ticket from Bangalore Airport to Dimapur Airport as there are no flights operating from Bellary to Dimapur. The distance between Bellary and Bangalore is 309 km and can be covered by bus, private car or taxi. You can book your tickets online from Kempegowda Airport to Dimapur Airport, but the options are quite limited. Currently, there are no direct flights from Bangalore and Dimapur and Dimapur to Bangalore. However, there is at least one connecting flight daily on this route. The number of daily flights can vary from 1 to 4 depending on the day of the week. All these flights are operated by IndiGo. The shortest flight between Bangalore and Dimapur with one stop takes approximately 5 hours 5 minutes, including the layover time of 45 minutes at Kolkata airport.

Flights from Bellary to Dimapur


About Dimapur Airport

The Dimapur Airport is situated at Dimapur in Nagaland and is the state’s only civil airport. The IATA code of Dimapur airport is DMU. The airport has a capacity of around 250 passengers for departures and around 250 passengers for arrivals. The airport currently has only one domestic terminal.

Dimapur Airport has several facilities for the passengers, such as a lost and found counter at the terminal manager’s office, ATMs, and child care rooms. It also offers other facilities such as restrooms, medical care, free trolleys, cash machines, car rental services, tourist information centre and many more.

The Dimapur Airport is around 7 km from the Dimapur city centre, and the distance between Dimapur bus stand and airport is around 8 km.

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About Dimapur

Dimapur is the largest city in the state of Nagaland. It is well-known as the commercial capital of Nagaland. The state’s airport and railway station are both situated at Dimapur. Dimapur shares the southern and eastern border with Kohima, the western border with Karbi Anglong district of Assam, and the north-western border with the Golaghat district of Assam. It has a hot and humid climate during the summer season, when the temperature reaches a maximum of 36°C. Dimapur derives its name from the Dimasa language and means “the city near the great river”, as it is situated near the Dhansiri river.

The people of Nagaland mostly speak Nagamese, although English is the state language.

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Chumukedima Village

It is a tourist attraction located around 14 km from Dimapur and welcomes travellers visiting Nagaland. In the 19th century, the first district headquarters of the Naga hills was founded at Chumukedima village. You can enjoy a scenic vista of Dimapur district and Karbi-Anglong district from Chumukedima village. The village is known for its views and surrounding waterfalls. 

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Kachari Ruins

Also known as Dimasa Kachari Ruins, the Kachari Ruins are mushroom-shaped, dome-like pillars constructed by the rulers of the Dimasa Kachari kingdom in the 13th century. The pillars are placed in a pattern similar to the game of chess. The Kachari Ruins are one of the most popular tourist destinations in Nagaland.  

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Nagaland Science Centre

The Nagaland Science Centre is ideal for an educational visit for kids and adults alike. It was established under the Department of Science & Technology, Government of Nagaland. It was inaugurated by Shri Neiphiu Rio, the Chief Minister of Nagaland in 2004. The 3-acre centre is near the Naga Shopping Arcade. The science centre’s objective is to make science and technology fun and interesting with its interactive exhibitions and displays.  

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Nagaland Zoological Park

The Nagaland Zoological Park is a well-known tourist attraction in Dimapur. It has around 40 kinds of birds and animals, including species native to Nagaland and the North East. It is recognised as a ‘Medium Zoo’ by the Central Zoo Authority, New Delhi.  

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Shiva Temple

Located in Singrijan Village, this Shiva Temple was constructed in 1961 by locals. It is believed that a resident found a stone here and used it to sharpen his knife. While doing so, he noticed liquid coming out from the stone. According to folklore, the villager had a dream about the stone being Lord Shiva. Thus, the people of the village built the temple and dedicated it to the worship of Lord Shiva. 

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Triple Falls

Triple Falls is located in Seithekima village of Dimapur, and the water falls from three streams of waterfalls from a height of 280 ft. The Nagaland Tourism Department is responsible for the maintenance of these falls. Triple Falls is also an ideal location for outdoor activities like picnics, trekking, etc.  


About Bengaluru Airport

The Bangalore Airport (also known as Kempegowda International Airport) is an international airport in Devanahalli, around 40 km from the Bangalore city centre. Its IATA code is BLR. The name of the airport is dedicated to Kempe Gowda, who had a pivotal role in the establishment of Bangalore city.

The Kempegowda Airport is the 3rd busiest airport in India. The airport was built in 2005 and is Karnataka’s first solar-powered airport, created by CleanMax Solar.

The airport has several facilities like free Wi-Fi for passengers, ATMs, business centre, etc. It has numerous dining and shopping options, including duty-free stores. The Kempegowda Airport has one terminal that manages both national and international flights. Tourists travelling from Bellary can reach the airport by road and by train. The distance between Bellary and Bangalore Airport is around 309 km, and it would take about 5 hours by road.

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About Bellary

Bellary is situated around 306 km from Bangalore in Karnataka. There are many theories regarding the origin of the name of the district. According to one of these folklores, the name of the district is associated with Goddess Durgamma whose temple is situated in Gandhinagar, Bellary. The Goddess is believed to have manifested herself in this place. Bellary extends from south-west to north-east and is situated in the eastern region of Karnataka. It shares its northern border with Raichur, the western border with Vijayanagara district, southern border with Chitradurga district, and eastern border with Ananthaour and Kurnool districts of Andhra Pradesh.

Bellary is primarily an agricultural district, and a large population is either directly associated with farming or is dependent on it for their livelihood. Cotton, jowar, and sunflower are some of the cultivated crops. The district also has a dense deposit of mineral resources, including metallic and non-metallic resources like iron-ore, gold, copper, quartz and many more.

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Bellary Fort

Bellary Fort is situated on top of Fort Hill. The Fort is believed to be built by Palegar chief Hanumappa Nayaka during the Vijayanagara period. One can see the beautiful views of the city from the ruins of this fort. 

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Hampi is situated about 60 km away from Bellary and is recognised as a UNESCO heritage site. It is a popular tourist destination because of its ancient temples, forts and other monuments. Located at the banks of river Tungabhadra, Hampi once served as the capital of the Vijayanagar empire and was also the second-largest city in the world during that time. 

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Located about 36 km from Bellary, Kaladham is a museum showcasing the heritage of Hampi. It is recognised as an international art and cultural centre. If you are intrigued by contemporary art and traditional art forms, you must visit Kaladham. You will also find a cafe, a souvenir shop, a dance hall, and a library here. 

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Parvati and Kumarswamy Temples

It is a historic religious site located within Swamimalai forest range of Krauncha Giri. The site is located about 36 km from Bellary. It has different shrines dedicated to Goddess Parvati and Lord Kumaraswami. The temple complex is being managed by the Archeological Survey of India.  

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Ramanadurga Hill Station

Located at a distance of about 60 km from Bellary, the Ramanadurga Hills are located at 3256 ft above the sea level. It is popular for an ancient fort built by the Prince of Kampli and the Ramadeva temple that is believed to relieve ailments and provide wealth to its worshippers. 

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Triangle Park

It is a triangular park; hence, its name. It is located within the city of Bellary. It has a children’s play area and a few benches and swings. It also has lush greenery that serves as a breath of fresh air within the city. It has no entry fees, and its timings are 7:00 am to 5:00 pm. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Bellary is known for Bellary Fort which is located on top of Fort Hill or Ballari Gudda. Fort Hill is known to be the second biggest monolithic hill in the world.

Cycle khova is the most famous sweet in Bellary.

Plan your visit to Bellary between October and March, as the weather is pleasant and would be ideal for exploring the place.

Bellary is easily accessible via rail or road. A bus or taxi can be taken from Bangalore to reach Bellary as it is about 309 km by road.

Currently, there are no flights connecting Bellary to Dimapur. To travel to Dimapur, you need to first travel to Bangalore airport from Bellary and then take a flight from Bangalore to Dimapur. Bangalore is about 309 km from Bellary and can be reached in about 5 hours.

No, there are no direct flights from Bangalore to Dimapur, but there is at least one connecting flight that operates in this route daily.

In 1997, the Government of India recognised Dimapur as the 8th district of Nagaland.

The distance between Dimapur and Kohima is about 68 km. Kohima is the capital of Nagaland and Dimapur is the largest district of Nagaland.

Yes, Dimapur has several shopping centres that you can visit. The most popular shopping mall is the CBZZ Complex.

There are many theories regarding the origin of the name of the district. According to one of these folklores, the name of the district is associated with Goddess Durgamma whose temple is situated in Gandhinagar, Bellary. The Goddess is believed to have manifested herself in this place.

Dimapur derives its name from the Dimasa language and means “the city near the great river”, as it is situated near the Dhansiri river.

The shortest flight between Bangalore and Dimapur with one stop takes approximately 5 hours 5 minutes, including the layover time of 45 minutes at Kolkata airport.

Hampi is located about 60 km from Bellary.
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Airport Information

Dimapur 3rd Mile, Dimapur, Nagaland 797112

Bellary Bellary Airport (BEP), Cantonment, Bellary, Karnataka, India