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Bengaluru to Gaya Flights

Are you looking for a flight from Bengaluru to Gaya?

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Every day, approximately 4 connecting flights operate between Bengaluru and Gaya. The flight with the shortest duration takes 7 hours from Bengaluru to Gaya, with a layover of 2 hours and 30 minutes in Delhi.

Flights from Bengaluru to Gaya


About Gaya Airport

Gaya or Bodh Gaya Airport (IATA code: GAY) serves both domestic and international flights. It is the second-busiest airport in Bihar after Patna and is located 5 km from the city centre. It is well-connected by taxis and buses. As the entrance to the world's most sacred Buddhist pilgrimage destination, Gaya Airport is known for seasonal pilgrimage flights from Myanmar, Thailand, Bhutan, and Sri Lanka. Gaya Airport covers a total area of 954 acres. The 7,500 square metres airport terminal can accommodate 250 arriving and departing passengers. The airport offers travellers various amenities, including business centres, child care rooms, shops, cafes, etc.

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About Gaya

Gaya is a historical city in the state of Bihar, around 100 km from the capital city of Patna. Gaya derives its name from the name of the demon, Gayasur. This city is the sacred place where Prince Siddhartha meditated under the Bodhi tree to achieve enlightenment. Gaya was a part of the Magadha empire, which played a crucial role in the development of Jainism and Buddhism.

After Patna, Gaya is the second-largest contributor to the state's economy. Agriculture is the district's most important economic activity. Rice, wheat, potatoes, and lentils are cultivated here. This city has a diverse range of small-scale industries–agarbattis, tilkut and lai, stone craft, power looms, and hand weaving. Gaya serves as a hub for the adjacent towns and villages.

Gaya is famous for its many sweets, like Tilkut, Khaja, Lai, Anarsa, and Kesariya Peda. Sattu ki Roti, Litti-Chokha, Chana Jor Garam, Pua, and Marua ki Roti are other popular items.

The months from March to June are the hottest here when the temperature ‌reaches a high of 45°C. Winter, which runs from November to February, is the best season to visit Gaya.

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Barabar Caves

Barabar Caves is a cluster of Lomas Rishi Cave, Sudama Cave, Vishwamitra Cave, and Karan Chaupar Caves and is located 40 km north of Gaya on the twin hills of Barabar and Nagarjuni. The caves of Barabar Hill are among the world's oldest rock-cut caves. The smooth interiors have an echo impact, a distinctive feature of these caves.

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Vishnupad Temple

Vishnupad temple is a sacred temple for devotees of Lord Vishnu. In 1787, Rani Ahilya Bai Holkar built the temple's octagonal structure on the ancient temple site. It is surrounded by rocks on three sides and Phalgu River on the fourth. Lord Vishnu's footprint, known as Dharmasila, is believed to be etched into a slab of basalt.

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Thai Temple and Monastery

The Thai Monastery is also known as Wat Thai Buddhagaya. The Government of Thailand established it to strengthen relations between India and Thailand in 1956. It is the only Thai Temple in India, and it showcases Thai culture and architecture.

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Great Buddha Statue

The Great Buddha statue is an 80-foot-tall statue of Gautam Buddha ‌in Bodh Gaya. This statue is constructed using red granite and sandstone blocks. The statue depicts Gautam Buddha in a meditating pose known as Dhyana Mudra Asana. The statue is a symbol of Bodh Gaya, and people from around the world come to see it.

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Mahabodhi Temple

This temple complex, also known as Mahabodhi Mahavihar, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Emperor Ashoka built this temple, and it is one of the first Buddhist temples built entirely of bricks. This temple has a sacred Bodhi tree that is believed to be a descendant of the original tree where Buddha attained enlightenment.

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Muchalinda Lake

This lake is ‌near the Mahabodhi temple and is also known as the Lotus Pond. This is a sacred lake in Bodh Gaya. Buddhist monks use the lake to meditate on the lap of nature.


About Bengaluru Airport

The official name of Bengaluru Airport is Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru (IATA code: BLR). It is ‌near Devanahalli, 40 km north of Bengaluru's city centre. It is a hub of several domestic and international flights, including IndiGo, Star Air, Air India, Alliance Air, Vistara, AirAsia India, FedEx Express, DHL Aviation, Go First and SpiceJet. It is well-connected to the rest of the city via prepaid taxis, private buses, and autos.

Kempegowda International Airport has a single passenger terminal for both domestic and international flights, with two runways. Apart from the public terminal, there are three cargo terminals as well. It also provides free Wi-Fi, currency exchange, shopping hubs, food court, duty-free stores, ATMs, business centres, pharmacies, etc.

Bengaluru Airport has three exclusive lounges–the BLR Domestic Lounge, BLR International Lounge, and Air India Maharajah Lounge, which are open for 24 hours, and provide services like free Wi-Fi, food, snacks, newspaper, magazines, flight monitors, etc. It also has sleeping pods to take a quick nap during layovers.

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About Bengaluru

Bangalore, currently known as Bengaluru, is the largest city and the capital of Karnataka. This city has several names associated with it. It is known as the 'Silicon Valley of India', the IT Hub and 'Garden City' for its beautiful gardens and parks. It is the third most-populated city in India, located in the Deccan Plateau in the south-eastern section of Karnataka. It has a population of over 13 million, which makes it a megacity.

The climate in Bengaluru is pleasant throughout the year. The temperature usually reaches a maximum of approximately 35°C in the summer. The best time for tourists to visit is between September and March when the temperature ranges between 28°C–32°C. Bengaluru experiences the monsoon from August to October.

Bengaluru is home to several educational and research institutions, including the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Indian Institute of Management (IIM Bengaluru), National Law School of India University (NLSIU), and Christ University. It is also a hub for start-ups. Several large MNCs have their headquarters and offices in Bengaluru. Bannerghatta National Park, Cubbon Park, ISKCON Temple, and Lalbagh Botanical Garden are some of its many tourist spots.

Bengaluru is also known as the 'Pub City of India' as it has many pubs and an active nightlife. Kannada is the main language spoken by most locals. The city is home to people from all over India, so English is also quite common here.

Bengaluru has a vast range of cuisines, reflecting the city's diverse economic and social groups. Bengaluru is famous for its street food vendors offering South Indian cuisine, particularly idlis, dosas, and vadas.

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Bengaluru Palace

Bengaluru Palace represents a blend of Indian, Gothic, and Scottish architecture and features interesting antiques, chandeliers, wooden staircases, and unusual carvings within and outside the palace. It is a must-visit destination for tourists. Built in 1878, the palace hosts cultural events, music concerts, and weddings. It is believed that King Chamarajendra Wadiyar drew inspiration for the palace from the Windsor Castle of London.

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Bannerghatta National Park

Bannerghatta National Park, located around 21 km from Bengaluru city, serves as an ideal weekend getaway for visitors who want to unwind in natural surroundings. One can visit the butterfly park or go on a jungle safari. It is also a popular spot for birdwatching.

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The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) Temple in Bengaluru is one of the largest ISKCON temples in the world. The temple was inaugurated in 1997 by former Indian President Shankar Dayal Sharma. The temple's architecture is a blend of modernism and tradition.

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This lake is one of the oldest lakes in Bengaluru. Many tourist attractions, parks, gardens, shops, restaurants, and pubs surround the lake in central Bengaluru. It is a popular destination for families and couples who enjoy strolling through in the evenings.

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Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace

The Summer Palace of Tipu Sultan in Bangalore is a wonderful specimen of an Indo-Islamic architectural style. This palace served as the summer palace of Mysore King Tipu Sultan. Hyder Ali began its construction within the Bangalore Fort's walls, and it was finished under the rule of Tipu Sultan in 1791. The highly-decorated ceiling and walls add to the palace's magnificence.

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Cubbon Park

Officially known as Sri Chamarajendra Park, Cubbon Park was established in 1870 and is spread across 300 acres. The park campus is home to more than 6000 trees, a dancing fountain, statues, and 96 species of plants.

Frequently Asked Questions

Around four flights operate from Bengaluru to Gaya every day.

Currently, IndiGo is the only carrier operating between Bengaluru and Gaya.

There are no direct flights between these two cities. There are layovers either in Delhi or Kolkata.

The shortest flight from Bengaluru to Gaya is around 7 hours.

There are no accommodation options at the airport. However, the airport is near the city centre, where you can find decent hotels.

The airport is located 5 km from Bodhgaya city's centre.

There are centres for currency exchange services available outside the airport terminal.

Gaya Airport has one private VIP lounge for eligible passengers.

Bengaluru has only one terminal for public use, which operates both for domestic and international flights.

The Plaza Premium Lounge has introduced the Day Hotel at the Bengaluru Airport. It is a suitable alternative for people who have early flights or long travels and need to relax before resuming their journey.

The nearest metro station to Kempegowda International Airport is the Baiyappanahalli metro station, located at a distance of 33 km.

The BMTC's Vayu Vajra AC Volvo buses operate from the Bengaluru International Airport to assist incoming and outgoing passengers.

You can carry up to 7 kg of cabin baggage and 15 kg of check-in luggage on an economy-class flight from Bengaluru to Gaya.

If your baggage exceeds the limit, you will have to pay fees based on the excess weight.

You can take food on a flight, but ensure it is properly packed and doesn't inconvenience fellow passengers.
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Airport Information

Gaya Airport Road, Gaya, Bihar ,823004

Bengaluru KIAL Rd, Devanahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560300, India