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Gaya to Delhi Flights

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There are several options for Gaya to Delhi flights. Every day, approximately 4 flights fly between the two cities, out of which 1 is direct, and 3 are indirect flights. The shortest one takes only about 1 hour and 40 minutes to reach Delhi from Gaya.

Flights from Gaya to Delhi


About Delhi Airport

Indira Gandhi International Airport is the primary domestic and international gateway serving Delhi and the rest of North India. It has an advanced 5-level in-line baggage handling system with explosive detection technology with several check-in counters.

It has two terminals for domestic flights, where Terminal 1 is only for domestic flights, with Terminal 1 D and 1 C for departures and arrivals, respectively. Terminal 3 handles both international and domestic arrivals and departures. You can book a taxi or take a metro train to get to the international airport from anywhere in the city.

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About Delhi

Delhi, the capital of India, is among the country’s leading commercial centres, where traditional and modern cultures blend beautifully. It houses three world heritage monuments, including the Qutub Minar, the Red Fort, and Humayun's Tomb. With remarkable historical places and buildings such as Rashtrapati Bhavan, Parliament House, India Gate, and museums, it is one of the most loved places among tourists. Apart from that, it also has several good eateries, malls, and local markets that tourists often love. You will find a wide variety of handicrafts, paintings, jewellery, clothes, etc., in Delhi’s vibrant markets. Delhi’s beautiful culture will mesmerise you at every step.

The Mughals ruled this city for five centuries. During this period, a number of forts and townships, including Qutub Minar and Quwwat-al-Islam, were constructed. Delhi was the heart of the Mughal dynasty for centuries, and the big and beautiful monuments are living proof of their presence and glory. In 1857, the East India Company captured Delhi. Delhi was under the power of the British Empire for many years, and in 1911, it became the capital of India. Post-independence, Delhi became the centre of politics in India.

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Humayun's Tomb

It's the first example of Mughal architecture in India. It was built in 1565 AD by Bega Begam, nine years after Humayun's demise. The tomb is open from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm daily, and visitors are charged a nominal entry fee.

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Qutub Minar

Named after Qutb-ud-din Aibak, the Qutub Minar is a 73-metre tall minaret. This tower has a spiral staircase with 379 steps. It also has a mosque, Quwwat-ul-Islam, which is the first mosque in India. The monument is open for tourists between 7:00 am to 5:00 pm and has an entrance fee of Rupees 30 for Indians and Rupees 500 for foreigners. Around the monument, you will find some of the best places to eat in the city.

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Red Fort/Lal Qila

Built by the Mughal emperors in 1639, the Red Fort is a must-visit place in New Delhi. The beautiful red-coloured sandstone walls and the octagonal-shaped fort is pleasant to the eyes. The fort is open between 9:30 am to 4:30 pm, and the nearest metro station is Chandni Chowk, located on the Yellow Line of the DMRC.

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Agrasen ki Baoli

Agrasen ki Baoli is a 15-metre wide and 60-metre long stepwell located in the heart of Delhi, India. The monument is located near Connaught Place on Hailey Road. There exist no historical records to prove when it was built and by whom; however, it is believed to be one of the oldest monuments of Delhi and possibly commissioned in 3000 BC by Agrasen, a legendary king. The place is a particularly famous hangout spot for the young crowd but loved by locals and tourists alike across all age groups. There are 108 steps that lead to the well at the end. Agrasen ki Baoli features arched niches or recesses on all sides of the well, which provide shade during the sweltering Delhi heat!

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Jama Masjid

Constructed in the year 1839, Jama Masjid of Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, adds a unique charm to the city of Nawabs. It was built by Nawab Mohammad Ali Shah Bahadur, making it one of the oldest and most visited mosques of the city. Although it has been compared to the Jama Masjid in Delhi, it holds a lot of significance in the hearts of locals as well as tourists. The mosque features a unique architectural design and beautiful artwork which makes it the most popular among them all. Thousands throng Jama Masjid to pray and seek blessings from Allah. Like most of Lucknow's historical sites, Jama Masjid is also inspired by Mughal architecture. The next time you plan your visit to the old capital of India, Lucknow, make sure you pay a visit to Jama Masjid. The best time to visit Lucknow is during the winter months.

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Red Fort

Located in Old Delhi, it was constructed by Shah Jahan when the Mughal capital was shifted to Delhi from Agra. It is made from red sandstone due to which it is named Red Fort. It is the place from where India’s Prime Minister makes his speech on Independence Day. The mighty walls of the fort tower at a dizzying 75 feet and is spread across a massive 255 acres. It encloses various gardens in a beautiful geometric pattern and various other buildings, apart from a mosque. Every year on the occasion of Independence Day, the Prime Minister of India unfurls the national flag here. The Red Fort stands strong on the bank of the river Yamuna, which adds a very beautiful contrast to it.


About Gaya Airport

Gaya Airport is also known as Bodhgaya Airport. It is located 5 Km from the temple city and 12 Km from the southwest parts of Gaya. This airport is spread over an area of over 900 acres. The Gaya International Airport has two terminals—Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Terminal 1 serves domestic passengers, and Terminal 2 handles international passenger traffic. You will find facilities such as baggage services, shopping places, restaurants, Wi-Fi, etc., at this airport. Car rentals are available to and from the airport, helping tourists commute comfortably from any part of the city.

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About Gaya

Incredibly important for Hindus and Buddhists, Gaya is an important pilgrimage for devotees around the world. This beautiful city is situated on the banks of the holy river Phaglu in the state of Bihar. Hindus and Buddhists from all over the world visit this holy place to carry out Pind Daan pooja to achieve the purity of the soul.

Gaya is named after the demon Gayasur and has also been mentioned in the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. It has a population of more than 4 lakh and an area of 50.17 km². The best time to visit Gaya is between mid-September and March. The most commonly spoken languages here are Hindi, Magadhi, and English. With a rich religious and cultural history, this place is worth exploring.

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Barabar Caves

Located in Gaya, the Barabar Caves are the oldest evidence of Mauryan rock-cut caves in India. The caves are carved from a single granite rock. It is said Emperor Ashoka constructed these caves in the 2nd century. The cave complex consists of four unique caves: Lomas Rishi, Karan Chaupar, Visvakarma, and Sudama. Lomas Rishi boasts a facade which replicates the huts of monks made from wood and thatch. The caves’ walls showcase a unique glass-like polish. The Buddhist caves also have Jain and Hindu sculptures within their winding structure. The Barabar Caves are a remarkable tourist destination in Gaya.

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Barabar Hills

The Barabar Hill caves near Makhdumpur, 25 Km from Jehanabad, are the oldest rock-cut chambers believed to have formed in the 3rd century A.D. It has significance in Buddhism, and the origins of the Ajivika sect can also be traced back to this spot. One of the highest peaks houses a Shiva temple called Baba Siddhanath Temple, originally Siddheshwar Nath Temple, built during the Gupta dynasty. According to local legends, Bana Raja, the father-in-law of Rajgir’s king, Jarasandha, constructed it. The historic glory, scenic beauty and religious significance make Barabar Hills an important tourist destination.

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Tibetan Monastery

Manali is home to several colourful monasteries, rich in historical and cultural legacy. The Gadhan Thekchoking Gompa and The Himalayan Nyingamapa Gompa are two main monasteries that attract many tourists. The Kalachakra, the wheel of life depicting the human life cycle, is fixed on the walls. The monasteries also house paintings illustrating different events from the life of The Buddha. Several small shops selling gorgeous Tibetan handicrafts and carpets surround these monasteries. A Thanks School of Arts and a Carpet-weaving centre run by the monasteries are dedicated towards preserving ancient Tibetan art.

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Mahabodhi Temple

The Mahabodhi Temple is located in Bodh Gaya, Bihar. It is one of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites and is believed to be where Lord Buddha attained enlightenment. The temple's name translates to ‘the temple of great wisdom’ and is assumed to be built in the 5th or 6th century. It is India’s one of the few relics from the Gupta period that has survived the ravages of time from the Gupta period. Besides the obvious legends associated with the Mahabodhi Temple, it is known for its architecture and how it is entirely built using bricks. This temple stands as one of the four relics of the beginnings of Buddhism and is thus considered the holiest of places for devotees.

Frequently Asked Questions

There is only one direct flight between Gaya and Delhi every day.

The shortest flight from Gaya to Delhi takes 1 hour and 40 minutes.

The IATA code for Gaya airport is GAY.

The IATA code for the Delhi airport is DEL.

There is only one direct flight between Gaya and Delhi, operated by Indigo.

Passengers can usually carry up to 7 kg of cabin baggage and 15 kg of check-in luggage on an economy-class flight from Gaya to Delhi. Please check the baggage rules of your carrier before checking in at the airport.

There are no duty-free shops at the Gaya airport.

Indira Gandhi International Airport is located west of Delhi, 16 km southwest of New Delhi's city centre.

You may carry dry food items. However, the food should be properly packed and spill-proof. Please check the airline’s policy for more information on carrying food items during your travel from Gaya to Delhi.

You can easily book a prepaid taxi to reach Delhi airport, take a metro or travel via a city bus to reach the Delhi Airport.

The best time to visit Gaya is between October to February.
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Airport Information

Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport, Palam, New Delhi, 110037