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Dimapur to Gaya Flights


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Currently, there are no direct flights operating from Dimapur to Gaya. However, various domestic flights are available from Dimapur and its adjacent airports to the airports near Gaya. There are several options but the easiest is to take a flight from Dimapur to Patna, located at a distance of 95 km from Gaya. You can travel from Patna to Gaya by road and it may take a little more than 2 hours. Adani One will show you a list of the cheapest flights to assist you in finding the best deal. When booking your domestic flights, look for air ticket coupons, cashback alternatives, airfare calendar, flight status, special offers and discounts. Check out the Adani One airfare calendar and book your Dimapur to Gaya cheap air tickets today.

Flights from Dimapur to Gaya


About Gaya Airport

Gaya Airport, also known as Bodh Gaya Airport (IATA code: GAY), is an international airport that serves the holy city of Gaya. It is Bihar's second busiest airport. The airport covers a total area of 954 acres. This airport is predominantly seasonal, serving Buddhist tourists from Southeast Asian nations such as Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia, etc.

Despite serving domestic and international travellers, the Gaya Airport has no flights from Dimapur as of now. Thus, the nearest airport is Jay Prakash Narayan International Airport (IATA Code: PAT) in Patna. Taxis, cabs, and auto rickshaws connect it to the rest of the city. It takes around 2 hours to reach Patna from Gaya by train. By road, it can take around 4 hours. Several major airlines operate flights to and from Patna Airport.

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About Gaya

Gaya is a major tourist site in Bihar, with historically significant and mythical importance. It is located 100 km from Patna, the state capital, and is the state's second biggest city. Gaya, among the most prominent Hindu and Buddhist pilgrimage destinations, attracts huge crowds each year.

Numerous Buddhist temples and shrines can be found throughout the city. The magnificent Buddha sculpture, the Bodhi Tree, and the Mahabodhi Temple are among the city's most popular tourist attractions. Gautam Buddha is considered to be the 9th and most recent incarnation of Lord Vishnu to walk the earth, and thus holds a special place in Indian religious history. Emperor Ashoka built the original Mahabodhi Temple after converting to Buddhism to find peace and solitude after the brutal Kalinga War. Most of the major attractions of the city are situated close to the Mahabodhi temple. The amazing sculpture of Lord Buddha, which is one of the tallest in India and took seven years to complete, is located near the Mahabodhi temple. This 80-ft Buddha statue has become a landmark in the town of Bodh Gaya.

A trip to Gaya, or Bodh Gaya, as known among the locals, will provide you with an in-depth understanding of the city.

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Chinese Temple

The Chinese Temple located in Bodh Gaya is close to the famed Bodhi Temple. It houses a 200-year-old Chinese Buddha statue that is installed in the sacred shrine. This temple has three Buddha statues made of gold in addition to the main one.  

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Mahabodhi Temple

The Mahabodhi Temple, literally meaning the ‘Great Awakening Temple’, in Bodh Gaya, Bihar, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is a Buddhist temple dedicated to the enlightenment of the Lord Buddha. The temple grounds are large and open, covering 4.8 hectares and rising up to 55 m. 

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Mahabodhi Vriksha

The Bodhi Vriksha (or Bodhi Tree) is located to the left of the Mahabodhi Temple and is considered holy and auspicious because it is thought to be a direct descendant of the actual tree under which Lord Gautam Buddha meditated and attained enlightenment.  

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Muchalinda Sarovar

Buddha spent the sixth week meditating here as he attained enlightenment. The name of this location is based on a well-known anecdote. A severe thunderstorm broke while Buddha was meditating, but he was unaffected by it. The snake king of the lake, Muchalinda, came to protect Buddha after seeing his devotion. As a result, the pond was named after the snake king. 

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 Thai Monastery

One of the main attractions in Bodh Gaya is the striking Thai temple. It was constructed in 1956 by the then Monarch of Thailand. 

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The Great Buddha Statue

The Great Buddha statue, which the 14th Dalai Lama recognised in 1989, is located next to the Mahabodhi Temple in Bodh Gaya. It is an intricately carved meditating Buddha resting on a massive lotus, made of sandstone and red granite. 


About Dimapur Airport

Dimapur Airport (IATA code: DMU) is located in the Indian state of Nagaland, in the town of Dimapur. It is the getaway and the sole civil airport in the northeastern state of Nagaland. It is the region's most crucial airport, with flights of major airlines connecting to a variety of destinations. The Airports Authority of India manages and administers it as a public airport.

The Dimapur Airport was built during World War II with a capacity of 500 passengers. It features two check-in counters and one terminal with one boarding gate. The airport authorities intend to modernise the facilities and infrastructure to meet international standards. Outside the airport, an established public transportation system connects you to Dimapur and the surrounding districts.

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About Dimapur

Considered one of the fastest-growing cities in North East India, Dimapur is often referred to as the gateway to Nagaland. The city is located on the banks of River Dhansiri. Dimapur is derived from the Dimasa word 'Di', which means water,' ma' which means big or great, and 'pur', which means city. Dimapur thus means "city by the great river." Dimapur, like any other city in Nagaland's north-eastern state, has always had a vibrant tribal culture. It began with the Kachari tribes, who established Dimapur as their capital before the 13th century and continues today with the Naga tribes, who make up the city's majority population.

Travellers visit Dimapur to get a taste of North-East India before heading to the surrounding Himalayan locations such as Tibet, Imphal, Shillong, and Jorhat. Dimapur houses the only railway station and airport in the state. The best time to visit this city is from October to March. The early months of summer are also ideal since the temperature is still moderate here.

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Chumukedima Village

The Chumukedima Village is the district headquarter of Dimapur and a census town, in addition to providing a panoramic view of the city of Dimapur. It is known to feature a variety of waterfalls.

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Diezephe Village

Diezephe Village is one of Dimapur's most attractive villages, with a focus on handicrafts and handloom products. On top of that, the Wooden Toy Project has been launched, making it an important part of the artisans' and village's growth. 

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Historical Shiva Temple

The Shiva Temple in Singrijan village is one of the most well-known religious destinations in Dimapur. The major festival celebrated here is Shivratri. 

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 Kachari Ruins

One of Dimapur's most unique attractions are the Kachari ruins. The mushroom-domed pillars found here makes it quite a sight. You can find several monoliths throughout the region. All of them can be spotted surrounding the ruins. 

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Nagaland Zoological Park

The natural habitat at the Zoological Park is one of the most fascinating places to visit in Dimapur. This zoological park alone houses over 500 bird species from the Himalayan region, including Fulvettas, Parrotbills, Nuthatches, and Laughing Thrushes.  

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 Triple Falls

The Seithekima Village's Triple Falls is made up of three silvery streams that cascade down from a height of 280 ft into a pool below. These glistening waterfalls provide not only sightseeing but also hiking opportunities.

Frequently Asked Questions

Gaya and Bodh Gaya are the two names of a single city, Gaya, which is a district situated in the southwest region of Bihar.  

Gaya is the place where Gautam Buddha is said to have attained enlightenment. This makes it a sacred and holy place for the Buddhist community. As a result, this city features many Buddhist monasteries and shrines and thus it is known as Bodh Gaya.

One can reach Gaya via any mode of transportation such as roadways, railways or airways.

Gaya has two nearest airports, which are Lok Nayak Jay Prakash International Airport of Patna, Bihar and the Birsa Munda Airport of Ranchi, Jharkhand. However, the Lok Nayak Jai Prakash International Airport is the closest of the two.

Bodh Gaya, also known as the city of spiritual enlightenment is famous for the Mahabodhi Temple and the holy Bodhi Vriksha (tree) where Gautam Buddha is said to have attained enlightenment. It is the birthplace of the Buddhism religion.  

Winters are considered to be the best time of the year to visit Gaya because summers are usually very hot and unbearable. It's ideal to visit between October to March.

There are no direct flights from Dimapur to Gaya. The nearest airport to Gaya is Jay Prakash Narayan International Airport, Patna with a layover at Kolkata Airport. You can travel from Patna to Gaya by car.  

Apart from being Nagaland's largest city, picturesque locations, ancient history of the Kachari Kingdom, and local arts and crafts make it very popular.

Dimapur, which is located on the banks of the Dhansiri River, was earlier known as Dong-Siri, which means ravine of peaceful habitation.

One can reach Dimapur via roadways, railways or airways. The city has the only railway station and airport in the state of Nagaland and is well-connected to the other parts of the state and country.  

Rice, a meat dish, one or two boiled vegetable dishes, and a chutney/pickle make up a typical Naga dinner (Tathu).  

The natives prefer to speak Nagamese, which is a blend of Nagamese and Assamese language.  

No, cell phones are not permitted inside the premises of Mahabodhi Temple. However, there are lockers provided outside the temple where you can keep them safe.

The history of Dimapur dates back to the 13th century when the city used to be the capital of the Kachari tribe.  
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Airport Information

Gaya Airport Road, Gaya, Bihar ,823004

Dimapur 3rd Mile, Dimapur, Nagaland 797112