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Bellary to Jamnagar Flights

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There are currently no direct flights between Bellary and Jamnagar. Bangalore Airport, which is approximately 290 km from Bellary, is the nearest major airport to Bellary, from where you can fly to Jamnagar. There is one direct flight and several connecting flights from Bangalore Airport to Jamnagar, with layovers at Bombay and Delhi. The aerial distance between Bangalore and Jamnagar is 1,321 km. Air India operates multiple connecting flights every day from Bangalore Airport to Jamnagar Airport, while Star Air operates one direct flight on the same route. What are you waiting for? Complete your travel booking from Bellary to Jamnagar with Adani One today!

Flights from Bellary to Jamnagar


About Jamnagar Airport

The Jamnagar Airport (IATA: JGA) is a civil enclave under the administration of the Indian Air Force and facilitates both commercial and private flights. Located approximately 10 km from the city centre, Jamnagar Airport is also known as Govardhanpur Airport. It is the only airport in Gujarat with two runways. The airport terminal can handle 75 passengers at a time and serves domestic flights only. The terminal building is equipped with one check-in counter, a conveyor belt, a baggage wrapping machine, and escort assistance for elderly and physically-challenged passengers. Jamnagar Airport also has amenities such as a small lounge with a cafeteria, restaurants, a duty-free shop, restrooms, etc.

About Jamnagar

Jamnagar, known as the Jewel of Kathiawar, was established by Shri Jam Raval on Nagmati and Rangmatti river banks in 1540. Initially, Jam Ranjitsinhji made efforts to modernise the city during his reign in the 1920s, and later, Shri Digvijaysinhji substantially developed the city in the 1940s.

As per the 2011 census, Jamnagar district had a population of 1.3 million with an average literacy rate of 76.72%. The city is famous for being home to the biggest oil refinery in the world, belonging to Reliance Industries. Brass and tourism industries are the other significant industries boosting the economy of Jamnagar.

Jamnagar is an offbeat tourist destination of Gujarat, offering a pristine coastline, ornate buildings, and picturesque lakes. The grand architectural buildings like the Lakhota Palace surrounded by the lake and the Darbargadh Palace built under the Jam rule are the city's major attractions. Besides architectural gems, the city has Marine National Park, Bala Hanuman Temple, four marble Jain temples, beaches, and lakes that attract tourists from all over the world.

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Bala Hanuman Temple

Bala Hanuman Temple has registered its name in the Guinness Book of World Records for its continuous 24-hour chanting of 'Sri Ram, Jai Ram, Jai Jai Ram'. Established by Prembhikshuji Maharaj in 1964, the Akhand Ram Dhun attracts devotees from all over the world, and one can join the kirtan at any time of the day. 

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Dwarkadhish Temple

Dwarka, a town located approximately 131 km from Jamnagar, has the famous temple of Dwarkadhish. Enshrined with the idol of Lord Krishna, the temple remains flooded with devotees throughout the year. Lord Shri Krisha is highly revered here, and all the ceremonies are performed in a grand manner.

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Swaminarayan Mandir

Dedicated to Lord Swaminarayan, the Swaminarayan Temple is a specimen of architectural brilliance. Devotees can experience a great sense of calm and peace as they walk through the grounds of the temple, witnessing the stunning sculptures and carvings on the wall. The temple is on the outskirts of Jamnagar and looks ethereal at night when it lights up.  

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Lakhota Lake and Palace

Lakhota Lake was constructed in the mid-19th century to serve as a reservoir. Built by Jam Ranmal II, the lake also houses Lakhota Palace. This royal palace was designed as a fort and now houses a museum with sculptures from the 9th to 18th century, arms and firearms, mediaeval age pottery from surrounding villages, and other artefacts.  

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Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary

Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary is situated off the coast of Kutch, located approximately 16 km from the Jamnagar railway station. The sanctuary is home to almost 250 resident and migratory birds which are attracted to its freshwater and saltwater lakes. You can witness exotic birds like the black-necked stork, Eurasian spoonbill, Indian skimmer, painted stork, crab clover, etc. 

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Pratap Vilas Palace

Pratap Vilas Palace is Saurashtra's most magnificent royal palace, built by Jam Ranjit Singhji between 1907 and 1915. The Indo-Saracenic architecture style and pillars carved with flowers, leaves, creepers, birds, and animals create a pleasing sight. The halls of the palace are adorned with portraits and paintings. As you walk through the Pratap Vilas Palace, you will be enchanted with that era's grandeur, great wealth, and pomp. 


About Bengaluru Airport

Bangalore Airport (IATA: BLR) is officially known as Kempegowda International Airport. The airport is located in Devanahalli, 40 km north of Bangalore's city centre. The airport was rated as the Best Regional Airport in Central Asia in 2015.

Bangalore Airport has one integrated terminal (Terminal 1) for international and domestic flights. The terminal building has an array of facilities, including aerobridges, check-in counters, 25 self-check-in counters, a web check-in facility, parking bays, restaurants, duty-free shops, prayer rooms, and premium lounges. Bangalore airport is one of the fastest-growing airports globally.

Bangalore airport also has facilities like ATMs, foreign exchange counters, baggage trolleys, baggage wrapping services, and mobile charging points for the convenience of the passengers. Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation runs Volvo buses every 15 minutes from the central points of Bangalore to the airport. You can hire a cab or book a taxi to travel to the airport from the city centre and vice versa.

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About Bellary

Bellary is located on the eastern side of Karnataka. As per mythology, Anjaneya Hill, located on the bank of Tungabhadra in the Bellary district, is the birthplace of Lord Hanuman.

Bellary, also spelt as Ballari, has several theories about the origin of its name. Ballare is the name given to the region in a lithic inscription found at Byloor dating to 1131 AD. In Hoysala inscriptions, 'Ballare' is mentioned as one of the places captured by the Hoysala king, Vishnuvardhana.

On your visit to Bellary, you will be amazed by the hospitality along with the amalgamation of the cultures of the two communities, Kannadigas and Andhras. The UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hampi, is the most prominent place to visit near Bellary. Besides Hampi, sites like Bellary Fort, Kumaraswamy Temple and Ramanadurga Hill Station are the other most popular places.

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Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This place is full of history, and you can feel the grandeur and pomp of the Vijayanagara empire in ruined temples and monuments. Hampi is a gold mine for history buffs. It would be a good idea to hire a guide to deep dive into the history, architecture, myths, and culture of Hampi.

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Bellary Fort

The Palegar chief, Hanumappa Nayaka, built the Bellary Fort under the Vijayanagara empire. This historical fort is built on a monolithic rock at the Ballari Gudda hilltop. Hyder Ali captured the fort in 1769 and built the lower side of the fort. The top of the fort offers excellent visuals of picturesque sunsets and the surroundings. 

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Daroji Sloth Bear Sanctuary

Established in 1994, the Daroji Sloth Bear Sanctuary is a perfect site for nature lovers. The sanctuary has a watchtower to primarily witness the sloth bears, but you can also spot monitor lizards, pangolins, and spotted deers. 

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Kumaraswamy Temple

Built around the 11th and 12th centuries, Kumaraswamy Temple is the abode of Lord Kumaraswamy (Karthikeya) in South India. The temple is located 10 km away from Sandur in the Bellary district. 

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Ramanadurga Hill Station

Ramandurga is a small hill station 16 km away from the town of Sandur. The hill station has an old fort built by the Prince of Kampli, which attracts tourists despite being in ruins. Ramadeva Temple, which was restored from old ruins, is also an attraction. Ramanadurga Hill Station offers a breathtaking view with calm and serene surroundings. 

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The Sanganakallu-Kupgal area is an ancient archaeological site with excavations dating back to 9,000 BC in the Neolithic Period. Excavators discovered the oldest village settlements in Asia on this site, where you can visit to view rock art, ancient burial mounds, and unique ringing stones. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, Pirotan Island is currently open for tourists.

Kempegowda International Airport in Bangalore is the nearest airport from Hampi. The airport is located around 350 km away from Hampi. You can take a bus or train to travel from Bangalore to Hampi.

Locals in Bellary are fond of Rasam Bonda. They usually have it as a snack with hot coffee.

Baiyappanahalli metro station on the green line, at a distance of 34 km, is closest to Kempegowda International Airport.

By road, the distance between Bellary and Hampi is 62 km.

No, Bellary doesn’t have an operational airport.

Bellary is famous among tourists and locals alike for the Bellary Fort.

The shortest flight takes about 2 hours and 20 minutes from Bengaluru to Jamnagar.

Since Jamnagar is famous for its brass industries, you can get brass bangles, brass trunks and chests, silver jewellery, and Bandhani sarees.

Yes, Jamnagar district has many beaches, and the most popular ones are Narara beach, Balachadi beach, and Madhi beach.
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Airport Information

Jamnagar Airport Road Civil Enclave, Govardhanpur, Jamnagar, Gujarat 361006

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