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Gaya to Bengaluru Flights

Are you looking to book flight tickets from Gaya to Bengaluru?

Adani flight booking platform will provide you with a complete airfare calendar to help you choose the best flight and a hassle-free ticket booking experience. It lists all domestic airlines such as Air India, AirAsia, Vistara, IndiGo, SpiceJet and Go First. With multiple filters and options, Adani ensures that you find the best air ticket deals for the most convenient flight from Gaya to Bengaluru. If you have a return date in mind, it is advisable to book a return ticket from Bengaluru to Gaya to avail all discounts and cashback offers that accompany a round trip flight ticket.

There are no direct flights from Gaya to Bengaluru, but there are daily connecting flights operated by IndiGo. These flights have a one-stop layover in New Delhi or Kolkata. Based on the duration of layover, the flights could take anywhere from 6 to 11 hours. When booking your flight ticket from Gaya to Bengaluru on Adani One, look for discount air fares, special deals and cashback offers. Book your flight from Gaya to Bengaluru on Adani One today!

Flights from Gaya to Bengaluru


About Bengaluru Airport

Bengaluru Airport, officially known as Kempegowda International Airport (KIA), is located in Devanahalli, about 40 km away from Bengaluru. Bengaluru Airport is one of the busiest airports in India and a major traffic hub in South India. It handles around 600 flights per day. Kempegowda International Airport has one integrated terminal handling both domestic and international passengers.

Bengaluru Airport has direct connectivity with most major Indian cities and direct flights to international destinations like London, Paris, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Amsterdam, and Tokyo. The airport offers free Wi-Fi, ATMs, baby care facilities, a business centre, currency exchange, duty-free stores and pharmacy. Passengers at Bengaluru Airport can hire prepaid taxis and cabs to travel to the city. There are also state-run bus services between the airport and various parts of the city.

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About Bengaluru

Bengaluru, the capital city of Karnataka, is considered one of the most developed cities in India. Bangalore, or Bengaluru, has a rich history with records of settlements dating as far back as the 9th century. However, the modern city of Bengaluru was established in 1537 by Kempe Gowda, a chieftain of the Vijayanagara Kingdom. He established a mud fort around which a settlement sprang up and eventually became the city of Bengaluru.

This cosmopolitan city is the hub for the Information Technology (IT) industry in the country, giving rise to the moniker ‘Silicon Valley of India’. Bengaluru is also known as the ‘City of Gardens’ because of the many beautiful gardens you can find all over the city. The city is home to a diverse range of communities and societies due to numerous immigrants and expatriates. Bengaluru's primary language is Kannada. However, locals also speak Hindi, English, Telugu and Tamil.

Bengaluru has a great number of churches, temples, gardens, falls and more. The city is also known for its array of hotels, restaurants and pubs, making it a complete tourist destination. The weather in Bengaluru is also pleasant and welcoming throughout the year.

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Bangalore Palace

The Bangalore Palace is a royal palace built by the British for the prince of Mysore, Chamaraja Wodeyar, in 1878. This Tudor-style architecture is considered the epitome of grandeur and elegance with its Gothic windows, fortified towers, battlements, and turrets. The interiors have floral motifs, cornices, mouldings and relief paintings on the ceilings. Aside from being a tourist hotspot, the palace grounds host cultural festivals, weddings, and music events.

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Bannerghatta National Park

Bannerghatta National Park is a wildlife park spread in reserve forests of Anekal Range. Founded in 1971 the park is spread over an area of 25,000 acres and consists of the main Nature Reserve, a zoo, a children's park, an aquarium, a crocodile park, a museum, a butterfly park, a snake park and a safari park. The Swarnamukhi stream running through the park makes this a favourite spot for nature lovers.

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Nandi Hills

Nandi Hills or Nandidurga is a popular getaway spot about 60 km from Bengaluru. It is a popular trekking spot and is home to several temples and monuments. These hills are the source of the rivers Palar, Arkavati and Pennar. Approach to the top of the hill is via 1200 steps. The Bhoga Nandishwara Temple is situated at the foot of the hills. The panoramic view from the top of the 600-foot hill is amazing.

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Ulsoor Lake is a man-made lake in the northeastern part of Bengaluru. Although the lake’s origin dates back to Kempe Gowda's time, the present lake was created by Sir Lewin Bentham Bowring, the then Commissioner of Bangalore. The 125-acre water body is picturesque and is a natural habitat for aquatic species, and offers a haven for hundreds of local and seasonal birds. The lake has a recreational complex with a swimming pool and a garden. Visitors can also avail boating opportunities.

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Vidhana Soudha

Vidhana Soudha is the state legislature building located near Cubbon Park. Built in the Neo-Dravidian architectural style with elements of Indo-Saracenic, Rajasthani and Dravidian designs, this white monument is spread across 60 acres. It comprises several carved pillars, bases, pediments, cornices and arches. There are 300 rooms in the Vidhana Soudha that accommodate about 22 departments of the state government.

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Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum

The Visweswaraiah Industrial and Technological Museum is located near Cubbon Park. Spread across 4000 sq metres, the museum was opened by the first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in 1962. The museum has 7 permanent exhibition galleries titled Engine Hall, Fun Science, Electro technic, Space, Biotechnological Revolution, BEL Hall of Electronics and Children Science. The 3D theatre showcases interesting films on deep-sea diving and the brain.


About Gaya Airport

Gaya Airport, or Bodh Gaya Airport (IATA code: GAY), serves the holy city of Gaya in Bihar. Located 5 km from the city, the airport has only one terminal that handles about 500 arriving and departing passengers simultaneously. The international operations at Gaya Airport are mainly limited to Buddhist tourists from countries like Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia, etc.

Air India and IndiGo are the main airlines that operate out of Gaya Airport. Among the facilities available for passengers at the airport are business centres, childcare rooms, ATMs, souvenir shops, and cafes. There are cab and bus services available at the airport.

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About Gaya

Gaya is a historic city in Bihar. Located on the banks of River Phalgu, Gaya is the second largest city in the state after Patna. The city is a well known spiritual destination with a glorious heritage. This holy city has many sacred temples and shrines. It is a holy town for Jains, Hindus and Buddhists. Bodh Gaya, in the Gaya district, is said to be the place where Lord Buddha attained enlightenment.

The importance of the city grew under the rule of the Maurya empire, especially under the rule of King Ashoka. For Hindus, Gaya is the ideal place to perform Sraddha (a Hindu ceremony that pays tribute to one's ancestors). Tourism is a very important industry in Gaya, thanks to its spiritual importance that attracts tourists from all over the world.

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Great Buddha Statue

The Great Buddha Statue is a popular tourist spot in Bodh Gaya. The 25-metre statue of Lord Buddha meditating on a massive lotus is made of red granite and sandstone and was inaugurated by the Dalai Lama in 1989. The statue is located in a garden with smaller sculptures of Buddha's ten primary disciples, five on each side.

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Mahabodhi Temple

The Mahabodhi Temple is a famous Buddhist shrine dedicated to the Lord Buddha in Bodh Gaya. The Bodhi tree here is said to be a descendant of the original Bodhi tree under which Lord Buddha had meditated and gained enlightenment. The temple is now a popular tourist destination for both Buddhists and Hindus. It is believed that the temple was constructed during the Mauryan period. However, it has since been restored many times over 2000 years.

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Muchalinda Lake

Situated near the Mahabodhi Temple, the Muchalinda Lake is a sacred pond in Bodh Gaya. The lake is revered because it is believed that a meditating Gautam Buddha was shielded from a thunderstorm by the snake king Muchalinda. Also known as Lotus Pond, this lake is surrounded by lush greenery and a peaceful atmosphere.

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Nalanda is an ancient city situated in the northeast Indian state of Bihar about 80 km from Bodhgaya. It is one of the greatest centres of learning in the ancient kingdom of Magadha (modern-day Bihar) in India. The city houses one of the world's oldest and finest residential universities which itself was an architectural masterpiece. The Nalanda University has 'viharas' or monasteries, and 'chaityas' or temples. The complex houses a museum which houses a collection of several original Buddhist stupas, Hindu and Buddhist bronzes, coins, terracotta jars and a sample of burnt rice.

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Royal Bhutan Monastery

The Royal Bhutan Monastery was constructed in Bodh Gaya by the King of Bhutan and is dedicated to Lord Buddha. The magnificent Buddhist monastery has clay carvings depicting various incidents from the life of Buddha. The monastery is home to a magnificent temple and a rest house for the Bhutanese monks. There is a 7-ft tall Buddha statue in the temple, which also houses an ancient Shiva Lingam installed in 860 AD.

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Vishnupad Temple

Vishnupad Temple is one of the most ancient Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Situated on the banks of the Phalgu River, the temple has a 40-cm footprint believed to have been of Lord Vishnu embedded into a block of stone. This temple was reconstructed in 1787 by Indore’s queen Rani Ahilya Bai.

Frequently Asked Questions

Flight timings and duration may vary. However, on average, the shortest flight from Gaya to Bengaluru takes 6 hours.

The baggage limit generally varies from airline to airline. However, most domestic airlines allow passengers to carry cabin baggage of up to 7 kg and check-in baggage of up to 15 kg.

No. There are no direct flights from Gaya to Bengaluru. However, there are several connecting flights every day.

Flight timings and duration may vary. However, on average, the last flight from Gaya leaves at 4:50 pm.

Gaya is about 100 km from Bihar’s capital of Patna.

The Bodhi Palace, Mahabodhi Hotel Resort and Convention Centre and the Buddha Resort are some of the best hotels near Gaya Airport.

IndiGo operates the most flights from Gaya to Bengaluru.

Air carriers have different policies regarding food on board. However, generally, dry and well-packed food can be carried on flights.

Yes, Bengaluru Airport has various duty-free shops at the passenger terminal.

Mangaluru buns, bun nippat masala, Mysore dosa, dal holige, donne biryani and thatte idli are some popular dishes in Bengaluru.

Known as the shoppers’ paradise, Bengaluru is home to more than ten shopping malls with both domestic and international branded stores. Commercial Street and Brigade Road offer excellent opportunities for street shopping.

Flight duration may vary, but on average the minimum time taken to fly from Gaya to Bengaluru is about 6 hours.

Yes. Gaya Airport is a restricted international airport that primarily serves Buddhist tourists from South-East Asian nations like Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia, Thailand etc.

Gaya is almost 116 Km away from Patna.

Shivanasamudra, Mysore, Kabini, Sakleshpur, Chikmagalur, Ooty, Coorg, Wayanad, Skandgiri, Lepakshi, Kunti Betta, Srirangapatna and Savandurga Hills are some of the other places of tourist interest near Bengaluru.
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Airport Information

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

Gaya Airport Road, Gaya, Bihar ,823004