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Dimapur to Agra Flights


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As no flights are operating between Dimapur and Agra, you can reach Agra via Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi, which is around 229 km away. There are approximately nine flights between Dimapur and Delhi every day, operated by IndiGo and Air India. Currently, there is only one direct flight operating on this route, which takes around 2 hours and 25 minutes. However, there are several connecting flights available, with layovers in cities such as Kolkata. From Delhi, you can travel to Agra by road or rail.

Flights from Dimapur to Agra


About Delhi Airport

Indira Gandhi International Airport (IATA Code: DEL) is the busiest and largest airport in India, located at Palam in New Delhi. The airport is 16 km from the Delhi city centre and 14 km from New Delhi Railway Station. It is the primary airport serving Delhi and is operated by the Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL). The airport is connected to all major cities in India and other countries by major airlines, including Etihad Airlines, IndiGo, Japan Airlines, Qatar Airways, SpiceJet, and Vistara. It has three terminals, with Terminals 1 and 2 operating domestic flights and Terminal 3 handling international flights. The airport provides its passengers with various services, including food stalls, restaurants, paid porter services, banks, ATMs, liquor shops, and duty-free shops..

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About Agra

Agra, one of the most eminent cities in India, is known for its historical and cultural heritage. Located on the banks of Yamuna River, it is home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal. The city, once the capital of the Mughal Empire, has become a flourishing urban centre today.

The history of the city can be traced back to the Mahabharata era. However, it only gained its name and architectural importance under the reign of the Mughals. Sikander Lodi founded Agra in the early 16th century. Later, Emperor Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal, which became world-famous. The city is home to several such monuments, including Agra Fort and Akbar’s Tomb, making Agra an architect’s paradise.

One must not miss Agra’s street food and other cuisine, which has its roots in the Mughal era. Agra Petha is the most famous sweet in the city. Seth Gali, an old market, is a popular sweet destination, which draws in locals and tourists alike for devouring these delicacies.

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Agra Fort

Mughal Emperor Akbar built the royal fortress to use it as both a residence and military base. The fort, made of red sandstone, has a crescent structure. Jahangir Mahal is also constructed inside the fort. The unique building comprises several huge rooms, courtyards, and gardens that would mesmerise you. 

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Fatehpur Sikri

Built by Emperor Akbar, this town was once the capital of the Mughal Empire. It was built in honour of the famous Sufi Saint, Shaikh Salim Chisti. The Archaeological Museum in Fatehpur Sikri houses several treasures, including terracotta beads and semi-precious stones, that would excite history buffs and tourists alike. 

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Jama Masjid

Situated across the Agra Fort, it is one of the largest mosques in India. This sacred place was built in 1648. The structure is made of red sandstone with marble inlays and is known for incorporating elements of the Iranian style of architecture.

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Guru Ka Taal

Along with Hindus and Muslims, Agra is home to the Sikh community as well. Guru Ka Taal is a pilgrimage centre for Sikhs devoted to the ninth Sikh guru, Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji. The gurdwara, built in the 1970s, is a well-known tourist destination.

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Sikandra Tomb

This mausoleum comprises Emperor Akbar’s marble tomb, which was constructed by the emperor himself when he was alive. The complex was built using red sandstone with stunning marble inlets of varying colours. Like any other Mughal structure, it is also surrounded by gardens. 

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Taj Mahal

One of the world’s seven wonders, the Taj Mahal, was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved wife, Mumtaz. The massive mausoleum is built with precious white marbles at the banks of River Yamuna. This architectural masterpiece is admired for its symmetry and colour tones. 


About Dimapur Airport

Dimapur Airport (IATA Code: DMU) is the only civilian airport in the north-eastern state of Nagaland. Major airlines, like IndiGo and Air India, operate flights from here, connecting Dimapur to several domestic destinations. Dimapur Airport is spread over 3583 sq metres and was built during the Second World War. It has one terminal to conduct domestic flight services with two check-in counters. The bus stand and railway station are just 8 km and 7 km from the airport, respectively. Apart from this, private taxi services are available from the airport. The airport has several facilities, including wheelchairs, medical services, and a lost and found counter, in place for its passengers’ convenience.

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About Dimapur

Dimapur is Nagaland’s largest city, serving as the entry point to this northeastern state. It is situated along the banks of Dhansiri River and shares a border with Assam. The city has the state’s only railway station and airport, thus making it Nagaland’s major commercial centre.

Dimapur is known for its natural beauty, crafts, handlooms, and revered culture. Kachari tribes have garnered huge attraction from travellers visiting Nagaland, as the city used to be the capital of Dimsan Kachari rulers during the 13th century. The ruins of the tribe are still widely visited by locals and tourists.

The Kachari tribe has influenced Dimapur through its artistic sculptures, carvings, monuments, and temples. It was also the battleground between British India and Imperial Japan during World War II. The battle of Kohima forced Imperial Japan to retreat from Southeast Asia.

Apart from the city’s history, the natural ecosystem and commercial spots in Dimapur appeal to visitors.

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Diezephe Craft Village

The village, situated 13 km away from Dimapur city, is home to artistic weavers, carvers, and artisans. It has become a prominent spot for crafts exported to other states of India. The Tenyimei community is the primary inhabitant of the village. The village is a must-visit if you wish to take home exquisite handicrafts products.

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Intanki Wildlife Sanctuary

The park, known for its semi-tropical vegetation, is home to a number of animals, such as tigers, sloth bears, wild dogs, flying squirrels, and hoolock gibbon. The hilly terrain also offers visitors the chance to hike, camp, and trek through the wilderness.

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Kachari Ruins

The Kachari ruins are a tourist attraction comprising meticulously designed Aryan-style pillars. The pillars are mushroom-shaped with designs of lotus, numerous flowers, animals, and humans. The site is well maintained as a historical heritage by the Nagaland government.

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Rangapahar Reserve Forest

It is another major attraction for nature enthusiasts to see numerous flora and fauna. The plants here have vital medicinal properties, and numerous endangered species of animals are protected here. 

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Shilloi Lake

This beautiful human-foot-shaped natural lake is the largest natural lake in Nagaland. It is surrounded by pine trees and varied flora and fauna, giving visitors a chance to bask in the serene environment. You can spend your time fishing and bird watching as it is also home to many migratory birds.

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Triple Falls

Triple Falls, one of the most popular tourist spots in the city, is a stunning waterfall falling from a height of 280 feet and pooling into a crystal-clear natural pond. It is located at the Seithekima Village, surrounded by a serene natural landscape. Visitors are also welcome to trek in the area.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are no flights between Dimapur and Agra. Instead, one has to arrive at Delhi Airport to reach Agra. Air India and IndiGo are the major airlines operating flights on the route.

The shortest flight from Dimapur to Delhi operated by IndiGo takes around 2 hours and 30 minutes. It departs at 1:20 pm. 

The airport code for Dimapur Airport is DMU, and for Delhi Airport, it is DEL. 

IGI airport is 16 km from the New Delhi city centre.  

The baggage limit varies depending on the airline. Generally, you can carry 7 kg of cabin baggage and 15 kg of check-in luggage per person on an economy flight.  

COVID-19-related restrictions and guidelines are consistently updated and displayed on credible sources. The passenger must check those guidelines before travelling. 

Yes, the airline staff provides you with immediate support during an emergency.  

You can take a train to Agra from Delhi Railway Station, which is 14 km from IGI Airport. Buses are also available from the New Delhi city centre, 16 km from the airport. You can also hire a taxi to travel between the two cities. 

Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Sikandra Tomb, and Ram Bagh are some popular spots in Agra you can visit. 

Rangapahar Reserve Forest, Shilloi Lake, Hong Kong Market, and Kachari Ruins are popular spots among tourists. 

Agra is known for being the home of one of the seven wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal. 

Gajak and Petha are two sweets you must try in Agra. 

You can buy handloom shawls, Naga silk Mekhela, and bamboo mugs, among other traditional items. 
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Airport Information

Agra Civil Air Terminal Kheria, Uttar Pradesh 282008

Dimapur 3rd Mile, Dimapur, Nagaland 797112