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Chandigarh to Kolhapur Flights

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The Chandigarh to Kolhapur flight is one of the best travel routes in India. If you want to fly to Kolhapur from Chandigarh, you can book your tickets on Adani's one-stop platform. The platform offers convenience at its best since you can book both a Chandigarh to Kolhapur flight and a return one.

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There is just one flight from Chandigarh to Kolhapur a day, and IndiGo is the only carrier operating on this route with a stopover at Hyderabad. The flight duration from Chandigarh to Kolhapur is 8 hours and 50 minutes. The flight leaves Chandigarh at 6:40 am. Check out some fantastic deals on air tickets, offers, and cashback and book your travel from Pantnagar to Allahabad with Adani today!

Flights from Chandigarh to Kolhapur


About Kolhapur Airport

Kolhapur's domestic airport, known as Chhatrapati Rajaram Maharaj Airport, is situated 9 km southeast of the city in Ujalaiwadi. The airport has a single terminal for domestic flights connecting major cities in the country.

The airport has ultra-modern baggage handling services that offer great convenience to passengers. You can also shop at various retail stores available at the airport while having refreshments from several eateries and snack counters.

Kohlapur Railway Station is around 9.8 km from the Kolhapur Airport.

About Kolhapur

Kolhapur is one of the prominent districts of Maharashtra. It is located in the southern part of the state and stands on the banks of the River Panchganga. This ancient city has a mythological connection also. Kolhapur was named after the Kohlasur demon who went on a rampage to avenge his son's death. He was killed by Goddess Mahalaxmi. Due to this spiritual connection, there are many temples in the district. That’s why it is called Dakshin Kashi (Kashi of the South).

Kolhapur was also a prominent city during the ancient and the mediaeval periods. Post-independence, Kolhapur became a part of the Bombay state and now is officially under the state of Maharashtra. The district also has many historical monuments, historical forts, temples and royal places of erstwhile royals.

Kolhapur is also known as the wrestling capital of India. The city is famous for its spicy Misal and is a prominent centre of the Marathi film industry.

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Jyotiba Temple Shree Jyotiba Devasthan

The famous 'Jyotiba Devasthan (Temple)', known as 'Wadi Ratnagiri', is situated in the Jyotiba mountain range. The temple is dedicated to the deity, Jyotiba, a combined incarnation of the Tridevas – Lords Brahma, Vishnu and Mahadeva.

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Kaneri Math

The Kaneri Math is in Kaneri village, built around the Moola-Kadsiddheswar Shiva temple. It is a museum that depicts the history before the Mughals invaded it. The sculptures here are life-size, sprawling across an area of seven acres. There are some 300 statues here.

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Mahalakshmi Temple

It is one of the most famous temples in Kolhapur and is believed to be the abode of Goddess Mahalakshmi or Ambabai. This temple is also considered one of the Shakti Peethas (the shrine of Mata Shakti) and was built by the Chalukya rulers in 700 AD. Unlike most Hindu sacred images, which face north or east, the temple deity faces west (Pashchim).

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New Palace Kolhapur

The New Palace is situated on the Bhavani Mandap Kasaba Bawada Road. Architect Major Charles Mant built it on the instructions of Maharaja Khande Rao Holkar and his wife, Queen Ahilyabai Holkar, over seven years (1877-1884). Today, it is a museum that exhibits various facets of Chhatrapati Shivaji’s life.

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Panhala Fort

Panhala Fort is located in Panhala city, a hill station in Maharashtra. It was built between 1178 AD and 1209 AD by Raja Bhoja II. The fort is also known as the ‘Fort of snakes’ due to its zigzag shape. It is one of the most visited historical places in Kolhapur.

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Rankala Lake

Rankala Lake is an artificial lake in the city of Kolhapur. It is a popular evening spot and recreation centre. Late Maharajah, Shri Shahu Chhatrapati, constructed this lake. The area is mainly famous as a location for shooting movies. Besides, many gardens surround the lake.


About Chandigarh Airport

Chandigarh Airport (IATA code: IXC) serves the union territory of Chandigarh and the cities of Mohali and Panchkula. The airport runway is in Chandigarh, while the terminal is in Jhiurheri, Mohali. Chandigarh airport was designated the most hygienic airport in the Asia-Pacific region in 2021.

Chandigarh Airport is approximately 19 km from the city's bus stand and is well connected by taxis and buses. Also, the city railway station is 13 km from the airport and is well connected by roads.

The airport offers facilities like an ATM, free WiFi, and duty-free shops. The Delhi airport is around 243 km away from Chandigarh.

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About Chandigarh

Chandigarh derives its name from the Chandi Mandir, which is 15 km from the city. Chandigarh is also known as the “Garden City”, with its picturesque natural and artificial beauty. Chandigarh is the joint capital of Punjab and Haryana. It was designed by the famous French architect Le Corbusier and is India’s first planned city.

Every sector in the city has gardens and parks. The union territory is also close to Ludhiana, Patiala, Ambala, Ropar and Shimla. Hence, there is no shortage of tourist spots in and around Chandigarh. The best time to visit Chandigarh is between October and March when the weather gets enjoyable and favourable for sightseeing.

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Chhatbir Zoo 

Chhatbir Zoo is one of the largest zoos in Northern India and a popular spot in Chandigarh. It is home to diverse species of animals, from tigers to leopards and bears to lions. You can spend an afternoon at the zoo observing these animals on safari rides and munch on the delicious cuisine offered at the food court.

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Government Museum and Art Gallery 

The museum, located in Sector 10C, has a fine collection of sculptures of the Gandhara period. You can also see numerous artefacts, prehistoric fossils, and miniature paintings and learn about the Indian partition. If you are a history buff or want to know more about the city, then the Government Museum and Art Gallery is a must-visit

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Japanese Garden

The garden is located in Sector 31 in Chandigarh and was built in 2014 over 13 acres of land. It is constructed in two phases, with a long tunnel connecting the two parts. It has several Buddha statues, waterfalls, and pagoda towers designed to mimic Japanese aesthetics.

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Mansa Devi Temple

This 100-acre Hindu temple, dedicated to Goddess Mansa Devi, is located 5 km from the Panchkula bus stand. Most people visit this place during Navratri and offer their prayers to the goddess.

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Rock Garden 

The Rock Garden is the product of the hard work of Nek Chand, a government official and artist, who started developing this garden in 1957. The 40-acre land is filled with sculptures and other creations made completely from home and industrial waste. It is a popular tourist attraction in Chandigarh and encourages recycling and conservation.

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Sukhna Lake 

Sukhna Lake, built on the foothills of the Shivalik Hills in 1958, was constructed to store water from a seasonal stream called Sukhna Choe. The lake is surrounded by a beautiful garden, has several jogging tracks, and offers boat rides and other activities.

Frequently Asked Questions

Only 1 flight operates from Chandigarh to Kolhapur daily.

IndiGo operates flights from Chandigarh to Kolhapur.

The winter season between November and February is an ideal time for visiting Kolhapur. During this period, the temperature ranges between 14°C and 30°C.

You can reach Kolhapur from Chandigarh via a connecting flight with a stopover at Hyderabad.

The shortest flight from Chandigarh to Kolhapur takes 8 hours and 50 minutes.

The flight from Chandigarh to Kolhapur departs at 6:40 am.

Yes. Chhatrapati Rajaram Maharaj Airport serves the city of Kolhapur.

Chandigarh has an airport where you can board both national and international flights. It is called Chandigarh International Airport.

The IATA code for Kolhapur Airport is KLH and for Chandigarh Airport, it is IXC.

The best time to visit Chandigarh is between October and March.

Yes, there are duty-free shops at Chandigarh Airport. You can get a range of things like liquor, tobacco, perfumes, chocolate and other lifestyle accessories at these stores.

Kolhapuri sandals, jewellery, jaggery, spices, Kolhapuri Sarees, and Kolhapuri Pheta are among those things that you can buy in the city.
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Airport Information

Kolhapur Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India 416004

Chandigarh New Civil Air Terminal Chandigarh International Airport, Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar, Punjab 140306