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Gaya to Puttaparthi Flights

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Travelling to Puttaparthi from Gaya is easy and convenient. While you can take a train too, it is most convenient to travel by air. You can book your flights on Adani One. Adani One has a user-friendly interface to help you with flight ticket bookings and checking the status of your flight, among other services. The platform offers various cashback offers and air ticket booking deals too, so do look out for them. Check out the airfare calendar and book your Gaya to Puttaparthi flights on the Adani One now!

Since currently there are no direct flights from Gaya to Puttaparthi, the fastest way to reach Puttaparthi is to book a flight from Gaya to Bangalore. The distance from Bangalore to Puttaparthi is around 154 km, and there are various ways to reach the destination. One can take a cab from Bangalore, which takes about three hours and is the fastest way to reach the destination. Another option is to book a train on the route, which also takes about the same time. However, the timing and availability of trains need to be checked in advance. One can also take a bus from Bangalore as various categories of buses run throughout the day.

Flights from Gaya to Puttaparthi


About Bengaluru Airport

Named after Sri Sathya Sai Baba, the Puttaparthi airport is a small airport that caters to only chartered flights instead of commercial ones. The airport also caters to dignitaries and emergency services from time to time.

The nearest operational airport from Puttaparthi is the Kempegowda International Airport in Bangalore. Located 40 km from the city centre of Bangalore, this is an international airport. The airport has a single terminal to handle domestic and international operations.

The Bangalore airport (IATA: BLR) is a hub for various flight carriers like IndiGo, Vistara, Air Asia, Go First, Alliance Air and many more. The airport serves flights to all major domestic and international destinations under all major carriers. The airport is equipped with all modern facilities like cargo services, cafes, hotel and lounge, among many others, to make your travel convenient. The airport is connected to the city through various modes of transport, as one can easily avail a bus, cab or taxi from right outside the airport.

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About Puttaparthi

Puttaparthi is a small town located in Andhra Pradesh. Situated on the banks of River Chitravathi, it is widely recognised worldwide as the holy abode of Sri Sathya Sai Baba. The destination boasts various religious sites to visit. It is a small town and is an ideal destination for those seeking inner peace, away from the hustle-bustle of daily city life. It was formerly known as Gollapalli.

While the town's official language is Telugu, other common languages are Kannada, Tamil, Hindi and English. Due to the presence of various national and international devotees in recent years, different national and international languages are also spoken and understood.

While the town has various beautiful places, people often visit Puttaparthi to visit the birthplace of Sai Baba. The ashram was established in 1950. On every 23rd of November, a huge crowd of people from around the world gather at his ashram to pay homage. If you plan to visit the place during this time, it is advisable that you book your flight tickets in advance.

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Anjaneya Swami Temple

Another famous religious centre in the town, this temple, is home to a Shiva Linga, which is said to have been brought by Sai Baba from Kasim. At the root of this foundation, you will find a pool of water which is believed to depict the tears of Lord Hanuman as his devotion to Shri Ram.

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Chaitanya Jyoti Museum

Chaitanya Jyoti museum is one of the most popular destinations in the town. It is dedicated to the life of Shri Sathya Sai Baba and is home to various paintings, artefacts and teachings depicting his life and the miracles he performed. The museum visit takes almost an hour to explore properly, and photography is not permitted here.

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Meditation Tree

Inside the Shri Satya Sai Ashram, amidst various other attractions, is a Banyan tree. People gather around the tree to meditate to attain calmness, peace and spirituality. This tree is known to have been planted by Shri Sathya Sai Baba himself, and the silent zone is known as the meditation tree in the ashram.

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Shri Sathya Sai Ashram

The Shri Sathya Sai Ashram is the city's main attraction. It is also known as “Prashanti Nilayam”, which means “the abode of highest peace.” While the name suggests an ashram, it is a sprawling complex that can easily accommodate thousands of people at a time. It is home to the sanctum of Sri Sathya Sai Baba, the Sai Kulwant Hall, bhajan mandir, residential complexes, the headquarters of the Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust, and its allied institutions. This relaxing place with beautiful contour makes the ashram the town's highlight.

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Space Theatre

The Space Theatre inside the Shri Satya Sai University is another place you must visit. Every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, a show is hosted on space and astronomy in this fascinating planetarium to educate and create more awareness about the disciplines of Astronomy and Physics. The show takes place in Hindi, English and Telugu on various days.

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Village mosque

Puttaparthi is a well-known place of religion for not just Hindus but various religions. The story of the mosque is also tied to Sai Baba. After a series of accidents in an area, people approached Sai Baba for help, and he asked them to dig at a certain spot where a plate with Muslim inscriptions was found. This led to the establishment of a mosque here, and the accidents came to a halt.


About Gaya Airport

Gaya airport is also known as the Bodhgaya airport. The airport is a mere 5 Km drive from the city Bodhgaya – the temple city. Bodhgaya airport is mainly a hub for Buddhist tourists from India and other nearby countries like Myanmar, Thailand, Bhutan and Sri Lanka.

The IATA code of the airport is GAY and it is the second busiest airport in Bihar. It offers various facilities to travellers like trolleys, medical facilities, wheelchair assistance, currency exchange, childcare rooms etc.

About Gaya

Gaya, a famous tourist destination known for its ancient history and mythology, is located in Bihar, around 100 km away from Patna. It is a famous pilgrimage site for Buddhists and Hindus. The city's name is derived from the name of a demon, Gayasur.

As per Hindus, the place is considered holy as many people come here for Pind Daan, a ritual performed for the salvation of the departed souls. On the other hand, Jains visit the place for its various Jain temples. But the city is mainly known as the place where Buddha is said to have attained enlightenment under the Bodhi tree. It is one of the most important sites of pilgrimage for Buddhists.

Hills cover the beautiful city on three sides and a river on the other. Located on the banks of River Phalgu, it is a city which is visited by millions of people every year.

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Barabar Caves

For those fond of ancient culture, the Barabar Caves were built during the Mauryan Era. The caves are among the most ancient surviving rock-cut caves. The caves have four sites, the most famous being Lomas Rishi cave.

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Mahabodhi Temple

The beautiful temple portrays the architectural work of the past. Said to have been originally built in 260 BC by King Ashoka, the temple has had many renovations. While it is devoted to Lord Buddha, as it’s said to be the site where he attained enlightenment, the temple is known to promote tolerance towards all religions. Hence, many Hindu devotees also consider it an important site for them.

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Tibetan Monastery

Talking of Bodh Gaya tourism is incomplete without mentioning the Tibetan Monastery. It is one of the oldest and largest monasteries and contains numerous Buddhist scriptures and documents.

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Vishnupad temple

This temple is located on the banks of River Phalgu and is an important temple for devotees of Lord Vishnu. He is said to have killed the demon Gayasur here by placing his left foot on the demon’s chest. There are footprints of the Lord preserved here, within the temple.

Frequently Asked Questions

Puttaparthi is mainly known for being the holy abode of the spiritual guru, Shri Sathya Sai Baba.

The distance between Bengaluru and Puttaparthi is around 154 km and it can be covered in about three hours via cab or bus.

Puttaparthi was formerly known as Gollapalli. It is now known widely as Puttaparthi and is a popular religious and tourist destination. It is known for its simplicity, infrastructure, urbanisation and teachings of Sri Sathya Sai Baba.

Puttaparthi Airport is commercially named Sri Sathya Sai Airport. The airport is available only for emergency services, and chartered flights, but at the moment no commercial flights operate from here.

Gaya is famous for being the place where Gautam Buddha attained enlightenment.

It is believed that by praying to your ancestors in Gaya and performing the Pind Daan ritual, one attains Moksha.

Magahi is the language mostly spoken in the city of Gaya, Bihar. The language is known to have originated from Magadhi and is spoken in different dialects.

At present international flights to some South-East Asian countries are operational from Gaya.

The nearest commercial airport from Puttaparthi is Bangalore, which is around 154 km away. One can take a flight to Bangalore, and from there, one can hire a cab, book a train or a bus which are easily available from there.

At the moment, there are no flights (direct or connecting) operating between Gaya and Puttaparthi.

The Bengaluru airport is situated around 40 km from the city centre.

The IATA code of Bengaluru airport is BLR.

The IATA code of Gaya airport is GAY.
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Airport Information

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

Gaya Airport Road, Gaya, Bihar ,823004