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Bhatinda to Jabalpur Flights

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For your journey from Bhatinda to Jabalpur, you need to board a flight from Chandigarh, as no direct flights are available between the two cities. The Chandigarh International Airport is the nearest airport to Bhatinda. You can reach Chandigarh from Bhatinda by car, and the drive takes around four hours. There are a few flights to Jabalpur from Chandigarh, with layovers at New Delhi or Mumbai airports.

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Flights from Bhatinda to Jabalpur


About Jabalpur Airport

Jabalpur Airport (IATA: JLR) is also known as Dumna Airport. In terms of aircraft and passenger traffic, it is the third busiest in the state, after Indore's Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar International Airport and Bhopal's Raja Bhoj International Airport. This airport caters to the entire eastern Madhya Pradesh region and is located at a distance of 25 km from the city.

The airport only caters to domestic flights at the moment, and flights are operated by SpiceJet, Alliance Air and IndiGo to cities like Belgaum, Hyderabad, Chennai, Lucknow and Bengaluru.

The airport has a single terminal that can handle around 200 passengers at peak hours. Apart from food and beverages, the airport offers free services to passengers like trolleys, a tourism information centre, and a lounge. For senior citizens and passengers with disabilities, wheelchairs are available across the airport. Other facilities include medical and first aid, a crèche facility, and a recycling machine near the arrival gate.

About Jabalpur

Once known as Jubbulpore, Jabalpur is situated on the banks of River Narmada in Madhya Pradesh in central India and is its third-largest urban agglomeration. It is also the judicial capital of Madhya Pradesh and the second-most populous city in the state.

The marble rock-lined gorge carved by the Narmada river at Bhedaghat is a major highlight of a trip to the city. Jabalpur is also a city of great historical significance and was once the hub of the Gond and Kalachuri dynasties. This resulted in an amalgamation of two different cultures under the Maratha and Mughal rule. Sites like the Rani Durgavati fort and Rani Durgavati Museum bear ample testimony to the city’s rich past.

The High Court of Madhya Pradesh is also located in Jabalpur, as is the army headquarters of four Indian states - Orissa, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar. Additionally, the West Central Railways headquarters are also here. Under the Smart City Mission, Jabalpur has been chosen as one of the 100 Indian cities to be converted into a Smart City.

The most celebrated festivals of the city include Hanuman Janam Utsav and Narmada Jayanti. The Hanuman Janam Utsav is celebrated in April, during which devotees worship Lord Hanuman. Shobha yatras or processions are held everywhere, and devotees chant the name of Lords Hanuman, Ganesha and Ram.

During the Narmada Jayanti, celebrated in January, devotees worship River Narmada for harmony and prosperity. During your trip to Jabalpur, do taste two of its most famous edibles, Poha Jalebi and Khoya Jalebi.

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This town offers you a mesmerising view of River Narmada flowing through a gorge called the Marble Rocks. You can also visit the exquisite Chausath Yogini Temple, which dates back to the 11th century. Here, you will also get to see some great stone sculptures created by the town's exemplary artisans.

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Chausath Yogini Temple

After a rather tedious climb of around 150 steep stairs, you will come across this glorious architectural marvel from the 10th century. Also known as the Golaki Math, the temple stands on a hill in Bhedaghat, just 25 Km from the Jabalpur bus stand.

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Dhuadhar Waterfall

Following its journey through the Marble Rocks, the Narmada descends from a height of 10 m, creating a dense, misty aura from which the Dhuandhar waterfalls gets its name. Dhuadhar means a smoky cascade. These glistening white rocks, located just 25 km away from the city, are a sight to behold on the day of the full moon on Sharad Purnima, which is an ideal time to visit.

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Madan Mahal Fort

The fort dates back to the Gond dynasty in the 11th century and stands as a grand testament to a bygone era. The fort, located on a hilltop, was built by Raja Madan Singh and served as a watchtower during his mother, Rani Durgavati's reign.

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Kachnar City Shiv Temple

A majestic, 23-metre tall statue of Lord Shiva stands in Kachnar City. The imposing statue is built on a cavern that houses 12 shivlings or jyotirlingas that were brought here from all over India.

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Pisanhari ki Madiya

An important pilgrimage for Digamber Jains, the Pisanhari ki Madiya temple dates back to the 15th century. Legend has it that a poor woman, who ground flour on a stone mill by hand, built this temple from her savings.


About Chandigarh Airport (CHIAL)

Chandigarh International Airport (IATA: IXC) is of strategic importance to the Union Territory of Chandigarh and to the neighbouring states of Punjab and Haryana. A part of the airport falls in the neighbouring town of Mohali. Therefore, it is also called Mohali International Airport.

Besides flights to Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Kolkata, the airport offers connectivity to several other cities such as Jaipur, Pune, Goa, Lucknow, Ahmedabad and Dharamshala. Moreover, international flights to Dubai and Sharjah are also available from the airport. Instead of a Bhatinda to Jabalpur flight, you will have to book a flight to Jabalpur from the Chandigarh International Airport.

All major airlines, such as Alliance Air, GoFirst, IndiGo, Vistara and Air India, operate flights to and from CHIAL. It offers facilities like air-conditioned lounges, self-check-in counters, and ATMs. Furthermore, senior citizens and people with special needs are provided with wheelchairs and are also offered medical facilities here.

The airport handles 10,000 passengers daily and is located around 12 km away from the bus stand in Sector 17 of Chandigarh city. It is accessible by both taxis and city buses.

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About Bhatinda

One of the oldest cities in Punjab, Bhatinda boasts a rich historical and cultural heritage, attracting many tourists from around the world. You will find many monuments and forts in the city that speak volumes of its regal past. Bhatinda is also known as the 'City of Lakes,' as it has several artificial lakes. Its location is at a distance of 230 km from the state capital, Chandigarh.

The city takes its name from the Rajput kings of the Bhati dynasty, who ruled the state in the 6th century. It became a part of the princely state of Patiala in the 18th century, under the reign of Ala Singh. Today, the city is a bustling hub for trade and agriculture.

Bhatinda is ideal for tourists who love to explore nature. You can visit the Rose Garden or enjoy a boat ride at one of the lakes. You can also soak in the history of sites like the Qila Mubarak, Maiser Khana Mandir or the Bahia Fort. Shop for traditional handloom products or enjoy delicious local Punjabi food in Bhatinda.

It is advisable to visit Bhatinda between October and March as the weather remains pleasant and you can go sightseeing without getting exhausted. Summers, however, are severe and are best avoided.

Best Places to Visit in Bhatinda

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Bir Talab Zoo

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Chetak Park

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Dhobi Bazaar

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Qila Mubarak

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Rose Garden

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Takht Sri Damdama Sahib

Frequently Asked Questions

There are no direct flights between Bhatinda and Jabalpur. A person has to fly from Chandigarh or Amritsar. The Bhatinda to Jabalpur flight duration includes the time of the journey from Bhatinda to Chandigarh. A flight will take 5-7 hours from Chandigarh, including layover time in New Delhi. Mumbai, and Srinagar. The first flight leaves at 7:05 am, while the last flight departs at 1:05 pm.

Bhatinda is one of the oldest cities in Punjab.

The fastest mode of transport to reach Chandigarh from Bhatinda is by private car, cab or train, as there are no direct flights available between these cities.

Chandigarh is a union territory, and the airport is a joint venture between the Punjab and Haryana governments and the Airport Authority of India.

The new terminal, built in 2015, caters to international flights. Direct flights to Dubai and Sharjah take off from this airport.

The Jabalpur Airport, located at a distance of 25 km from the city, is also known as Dumna Airport.

SpiceJet, Alliance Air and IndiGo are the domestic flights that operate from Jabalpur Airport.

Bhatinda city had an airport which served the Malwa region of the Punjab state. It was closed during the Covid-19 lockdown.

Winter is ideal for visiting this beautiful city.

Jewellery, food items, lacquered woodwork, Punjabi juttis, garments.

September- March as the weather is extremely pleasant.

Stuffed toys, jute handicrafts, silver and brassware, and zardosi- embroidered dress materials and sarees.

Qila Mubarak is among the oldest surviving forts in the country and is definitely worth visiting.  

Bhatinda lies at a distance of 230 km from the state capital, Chandigarh.
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Jabalpur Airport Area, Khamaria, Dumna, Madhya Pradesh 482005