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Gaya to Jodhpur Flights

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Currently, there is no direct flight from Gaya to Jodhpur. Several connecting flights are available with layovers via cities like Kolkata, Mumbai and Delhi. However, the best route to travel from Gaya to Jodhpur is to take a direct flight from Gaya to Delhi and then take a different flight from Delhi to Jodhpur. Presently, IndiGo, SpiceJet and Air India are the airlines that operate on the route. Go through our airfare calendar today and find the flight that best suits you. Book your flight ticket from Gaya to Jodhpur on Adani One today!

Flights from Gaya to Jodhpur


About Jodhpur Airport

Jodhpur Airport (IATA Code: JDH) is a domestic airport located 3 km from the main city. The airport is well-connected to major Indian cities, such as Delhi, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Patna, Amritsar, Surat and Srinagar. Spread across 12 acres, the airport shares its airside with the Jodhpur Air Base of the Indian Air Force.

The airport has all basic facilities such as luggage trolleys, tourist information centres, lost and found baggage counters, wheelchairs, medical first aid, etc. It comprises many shops where passengers can purchase newspapers, magazines, books, handicrafts, medicines, etc. Moreover, passengers can also enjoy food and beverages at the restaurants located at the airport.

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About Jodhpur

Jodhpur, the second largest city in the state of Rajasthan, is located at a distance of around 335 km from Jaipur and 200 km from Ajmer. Jodhpur is also called the ‘Blue City’ because of the light blue painted houses around the Mehrangarh Fort. Jodhpur city is famous for its beautiful palaces, forts, havelis and temples located amidst the Thar Desert.

The city served as the capital of the princely state of Jodhpur and was ruled by the Mughals and the British. The city of Jodhpur is also famous among tourists for a rare breed of horses called Marwari or Malani that is found here.

Tourism is the main component of the city's economy. Jodhpur is an important trade centre for cotton textiles and agricultural products, and attracts tourists for its handicraft items, such as glass bangles, lacquer work, ivory goods, marble stonework and carpets. Summers in the city are hot and arid. The best time to visit Jodhpur is between October to February, when the weather is pleasant. You can book a taxi or rickshaw to travel around the city and for sightseeing.

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Clock Tower

A well-known landmark in Jodhpur’s old city is the Clock Tower. During Maharaja Sardar Singh’s reign, it was constructed between 1880 and 1911. You can get a good view of the Jodhpur Fort from the tower. There are a variety of goods for sale at Sardar Market, located next to the Clock Tower.

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Jaswant Thada

Jaswant Thada, also known as the ‘Taj Mahal of Marwar,’ was erected in honour of Maharaja Jaswant Singh II in 1899. Tourists visit the place to enjoy the magnificent marble structure.

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Mandore Gardens

Mandore was the former capital of Marwar in the 6th century, before Jodhpur. Inside the Mandore Gardens lies a museum and a Hindu temple. It also has a Hall of Heroes commemorating folk artists and their lives.

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Mehrangarh Fort

The Mehrangarh Fort stands out as one of the best places to visit in Jodhpur. As one of India’s largest forts, it is not to be missed. The fort is located on the top of a rocky hill that is 400 ft above ground. The fort was built by Rao Jodha in 1459 AD. Many tourists across the world visit the fort every year.

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Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park

As part of the restoration of the rocky terrain surrounding the Mehrangarh Fort, Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park was created in 2006. People visit the park to explore distinctive volcanic rock and sandstone formations.

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Umaid Bhawan Palace

Umaid Bhawan Palace was built between 1928 and 1943. It was the former home of the Jodhpur royal family. Located on Chittar Hill, the palace provides astounding views of the city, sand dunes and Mehrangarh Fort. The huge 347-room castle is considered one of the biggest private residences in the world.


About Gaya Airport

Gaya Airport (IATA Code: GAY), also known as Bodhgaya Airport, is an international airport with limited operations. The airport is located 5 km from the city centre. The Gaya Airport is spread across 954 acres and is the second busiest airport in Bihar after Patna. The airport is well-connected with cities like Mumbai, Kolkata and Delhi.

The airport terminal is spread across 7,500 sq m and can accommodate 250 passengers each at arrivals and departures. This airport predominantly operates seasonal pilgrimage flights and serves visitors from Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos and Sri Lanka.

Complimentary baggage facilities and wheelchairs are available for senior citizens and the physically-challenged at the airport. The airport also comprises several duty-free shops where travellers can purchase apparel, cosmetics and personal care products at nominal prices. Travellers can avail various modes of transport like bikes, taxis and rickshaws to roam around the city.

About Gaya

Gaya is the second largest city in Bihar and is located on the banks of the Phalgu River. Located about 100 km from Patna, Gaya is a famous pilgrimage destination among Hindus, Jains and Buddhists. The city is surrounded by hills named Mangala-Gauri, Shringa-Sthan, Ram-Shila and Brahmayoni on three sides and the river on the fourth.

Anciently, Gaya was part of the Magadha Empire and later came under the British after the Battle of Buxar in 1764. Till 1864, Gaya was part of the Behar and Ramgarh districts and became a separate district in 1865. The city is famous for its natural surroundings, winding byways and ancient architecture.

Gaya also has a rich heritage and culture. People come to offer pind daan in the city from different corners to ensure peace for their departed loved ones. Gaya is believed to be the place among Hindus where Lord Rama visited to perform the final rites of his father, accompanied by his wife, Goddess Sita.

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Barabar Caves

Barabar Caves is a beautiful place that depicts events of the Mauryan era, which lasted from 322 BC to 185 BC. The caves proudly claim the title of being the world’s oldest surviving rock-cut caverns.

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Bodhi Tree

Buddhists revere the Bodhi Tree as Buddha obtained spiritual enlightenment underneath it. The tree was planted around 250 BC and is one of the four main pilgrimage sites for Buddhists worldwide.

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Chinese Temple and Monastery

The Chinese Temple lies near the Mahabodhi Temple. It has a strong Chinese architectural influence. In 1945, the Chinese government and Buddhist monks collaborated to construct it.

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Dungeshwari Cave Temple

Dungeshwari Cave Temple, also known as Mahakala caves, has spiritual significance because Buddha spent many years here before heading to Gaya and obtaining enlightenment. The main attractions here are a 6-ft-tall Buddha statue, a golden Buddha sculpture and a temple dedicated to the Goddess Dungeshwari.

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Mahabodhi Temple

The Mahabodhi Temple stands majestic, evoking bygone architectural glory. The temple, which dates from the 5th or 6th century BC, was renovated in 1874 and has undergone several renovations. Lord Buddha attained enlightenment under the Bodhi Tree situated within the temple complex.

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Vishnupad Temple

Although the original construction date of the temple is unknown, it is believed that the present Vishnupad Temple was built in 1787 by Rani Ahilya Bai, the queen of Indore. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Inside the premises is a basalt rock that is believed to feature a 40-cm-long footprint of Lord Vishnu.

Frequently Asked Questions

It takes around 20-24 hours to fly from Gaya to Jodhpur through connecting flights.

Yes, airline websites provide options for viewing and making reservations for multi-city travel.

The top airlines operating from Gaya to Jodhpur are Air India, IndiGo and SpiceJet.

Passengers can avail regular services such as wheelchair assistance, first aid, currency exchange and tourist information at Gaya Airport.

There is no direct flight available from Gaya to Jodhpur presently. Only connecting flights are available.

Passengers can usually carry up to 7 kg of cabin baggage and 15 kg of check-in luggage on a Gaya to Jodhpur flight.

There are two ways to check your Gaya to Jodhpur flight booking status: from the airport’s website or the website where the ticket was booked.

Yes, it has the highest security with good surveillance.

Items that you should not carry on the flight are drugs, alcohol, weapons, and other illegal items. Check the list of prohibited items on the flight before you board any flight.

Different airlines have different rules about carrying food items on flights. Please check the airline’s policy for more information on bringing food items on a Gaya to Jodhpur flight.

Yes, you have to pay an entrance fee to visit the Umaid Bhavan Palace Museum.

You can get around the city through state-operated buses, private taxis and rickshaws.

Gautama Buddha attained enlightenment under the holy Bodhi Tree in Gaya, which lies west of the Phalgu River.
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Airport Information

Jodhpur Civil Airport Road, Air Force Area, Ratanada, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342011

Gaya Airport Road, Gaya, Bihar ,823004