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Gaya to Silchar Flights

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Do you intend to fly from Gaya to Silchar? If so, you've come to the right place.

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Since there are no direct flight routes from Gaya to Silchar, you can book a flight from Patna to Silchar. Patna is over 115 km from Gaya and can be reached in about 3 hours 30 minutes by cab or bus. Air India, IndiGo and SpiceJet operate most flights from Patna to Silchar.

So make your flight bookings on Adani One today to ensure a smooth journey from Gaya to Silchar.

Flights from Gaya to Silchar


About Silchar Airport

Silchar Airport is also known as Kumbhirgram-Silchar airport (IATA: IXS). It is approximately 29 km from the centre of Silchar city. The British constructed this airport in 1944, during WWII. After Guwahati, Imphal, and Agartala, the Silchar airport, located near the Barail range, is the fourth busiest airport in northeastern India.

Domestic airlines such as Indigo, SpiceJet, and Air India dominate operations at this airport. It connects Kolkata, Guwahati, Tripura, Mizoram, and Manipur. This airport has a single terminal where all arrivals and departures take place. It also has amenities such as food joints and waiting rooms, among others.

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About Silchar

A city in the southern part of the state of Assam, Silchar is located on the banks of the Surma (Barak) River, not far from the Bangladesh border. In 1832, Captain Thomas Fisher laid the foundation for Silchar. Since then, the town has become the official district capital for both Cachar and Janiganj. Silchar’s name comes from a combination of two separate words. In Bengali, "shil" refers to rocks, whereas "chor" means coastlines.

Silchar has a tropical climate dominated by monsoons for most of the year. It is best to visit the city during winters as the weather remains pleasant and less humid.

The city of Silchar has a highly complex cultural landscape due to the convergence of many different civilisations, including Bengali, Assamese, Marwari, and the tribal Nagas. Since both Bengalis and Assamese people make up the majority of the population in Silchar, the city's cuisine is a fusion of the cuisines of these two communities. Some local specialities are duck curry with potato, kumura bhapa and bahor chungat maas.

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Badarpur Fort

The Mughals built the fort in honour of the Sylheti clans living in Silchar. It is situated about 16 km from the railway station of Silchar. It is situated along the Barak River, which significantly adds to this historical site's charm. However, one needs to take prior permission for group visits here.  

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Dolu Lake

This is a well-known picnic spot near Silchar and is about 26 km from the main city. It is surrounded by lush greenery with the best sunset views. However, tourists need to be careful of the monkeys around the area. There is no entry fee at the lake.  

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ISKCON Temple, Silchar

This temple is located in the Ambicapatty area of Silchar. The temple has an idol of Gaudiya Vaishnava, besides Radha and Krishna. It is best to visit the temple during Durga Puja, and Janmashtami as these festivals are celebrated with great fervour here.  

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The ruins of this old Dimasa kingdom are situated 20 km from Silchar. The main attractions here are the Sun Gate, the ancient King's Temple, and the Lion Gate. These gates have unique patterns that symbolise specific Hindu gods.  

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Salganga is a village near Silchar. It is 23 km away from the district headquarters. The village is known for its aesthetic beauty and the diversity of its flora and fauna. It is a delight for nature lovers and photographers. Trekking along the forest trails in Salganga is something every travel enthusiast should try.  

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Sri Kancha Kanti Devi Mandir

This temple was built by a Kachari king, a devotee of the goddess Kali. It is situated 16 km from Silchar and is thronged by devotees throughout the year. A unique feature of this temple is that the deity here is said to be a combination of Goddess Durga and Kali. 


About Gaya Airport

Gaya Airport, also known as Bodh Gaya International Airport, serves flights to different domestic and international destinations. The airport offers business centres and transportation services, cafes, childcare rooms, and waiting rooms, among other facilities.

It is a restricted international airport that serves countries in SouthEast Asia, primarily Buddhist tourists from Sri Lanka, Laos, Myanmar, and Thailand. Domestic airlines such as Air India, Indigo, and Vistara frequently operate at this airport. It is well-connected to the rest of the city by taxis and buses which can be easily found around the airport.

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About Gaya

Bodh Gaya (Buddha-Gaya), also known as Gaya, is considered one of India's holiest cities. It is also known as the City of Enlightenment as it is believed that the Buddha attained spiritual enlightenment here, under the Bodhi Tree. The famous Mahabodhi Temple in Gaya houses this tree.

There are many historic lakes and monasteries in the city. Every street corner in Bodh Gaya has a story to tell. The two major religions in this city are Hinduism and Buddhism. Buddha Jayanti and Buddha Mahotsav are the most widely observed festivals here.

Bodh Gaya near Gaya also serves Tibetan and Chinese delicacies in addition to Indian delicacies. It is one of the few cities that host religious and cultural events supporting world peace.

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Barabar Caves

This is a cluster of four caves constructed by emperor Ashoka. They have been carved out of monolithic granite rock. The walls are inscribed with old texts and scripts that tell the tales of India's ancient rulers.

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Great Buddha Statue

In 1989, the current Dalai Lama inaugurated this 25 m long statue of Buddha. It portrays the Buddha meditating on a lotus. One must visit the figure to admire its simplicity.

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Maha Bodhi Temple

The Maha Bodhi Temple holds utmost importance in Buddhist culture as Lord Buddha attained spiritual enlightenment at this site. It is a UNESCO world heritage site. Tourists may practice meditation inside the temple grounds here.

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Thai Monastery

In the heart of Bodh Gaya stands the tall Thai monastery. The monastery is a calm escape from the bustling city life. The roof of this monastery is covered with gold tiles, and the Buddha statue here is one-of-a-kind.

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Vishnupad Mandir

This famous Hindu temple, situated beside the River Phalgu, has a massive footprint inside. This footprint is believed to be that of Lord Vishnu's. It is also believed that Lord Ram and his wife Sita once visited the temple.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are no direct flights available from Gaya to Silchar. To travel to Silchar, one must reach Patna from Gaya and board a flight.  

Currently, the closest flight route from Gaya to Silchar is through Patna.  

The flights from Patna to Silchar can take between four and fifteen hours as most of them are connecting flights.   

For Silchar airport, the IATA code is IXS, and for Gaya, the IATA code is GAY.  

Air India and Indigo operate from Patna to Silchar. SpiceJet also operates flights on this route. However, the numbers are comparatively low.  

You can take dry, sealed food with you. The primary purpose of not allowing food on board is to avoid spills and ruckus.  

You can carry one handbag weighing 7 kg and one cargo bag weighing 15 kg.  

Kumbhirgram-Silchar airport is 29 km from the city. The airport is in Kumbhigram and can be reached using cabs or buses. Similarly, Gaya International Airport is located just 5 km from the city bus stand. You can avail yourself of cabs to get there.  

Bodhgaya is the most sacred pilgrimage for the followers of Buddhism because the foundation of Buddhism as a religion was laid on the grounds of Bodhgaya by Gautam Buddha after gaining enlightenment under the Bodhi Tree here. 

Since it is a restricted international airport, you can only travel to SouthEast Asian countries like Thailand and Myanmar, among others, from Gaya International Airport.  

Gaya Airport is about 10 km from Bodhgaya.  

Patna is over 115 km from Gaya and can be reached in about 3 hours 30 minutes by cab or bus.  

Barabar Caves is a cluster of four caves constructed by emperor Ashoka. The caves are lined with beautiful carvings and inscriptions on the walls.  

The Great Buddha Statue in Gaya is massive and stands at 25 m. The Dalai Lama inaugurated the statue in 1989.  
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Airport Information

Silchar Airport Road, Kumbhirgram, Silchar, Assam 788109

Gaya Airport Road, Gaya, Bihar ,823004