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Patna to Bhopal Flights

Patna to Bhopal Flights

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Flights from Patna to Bhopal


About Bhopal Airport

Raja Bhoj Airport (IATA: BHO) serves Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh. The airport is named after the 10th-century Paramara King, Raja Bhoj. Located in Gandhi Nagar, the airport is 15 km from the city centre. The nearest railway station is 19 km away. Bhopal Airport is ranked as the second-busiest airport in Madhya Pradesh. It has one integrated terminal serving both domestic and international passengers. The airport has 14 check-in counters to facilitate passenger movement. Bhopal Airport offers several facilities for the use and convenience of passengers. The services include travel lounges, ATMs, retail shops, a smoking lounge, currency exchange, medical facilities, free Wi-Fi, and a baby care room.

About Bhopal

Bhopal is the capital city of Madhya Pradesh. It was initially known as Bhojpal, after Raja Bhoj, who once ruled the land. Rightfully called the “city of lakes”, Bhopal relies on the many lakes that flow through the city. Two lakes divides Bhopal into the old city and the new city, creating a perfect blend of modernity and history. In the old city, one finds ancient Mughal architecture, historic mosques, forts, and palaces that offer glimpses of Bhopal’s glorious past. New Bhopal, on the other hand, is a testament to the city’s illustrious present and bright future. The new city is dotted with malls, parks, and avenues. Bhopal is the ideal tourist destination if you are looking for spirituality, culture, adventure, and history. Bhopal also has lip-smacking cuisine that includes famous dishes like achar gosht, keema, bafla, and the must-have bhopali paan.

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Bhojpur Temple

Located on the banks of the Vetraveti River, the Bhojpur Temple is known as the “Somnath of the East”. Located on top of a hill, the temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It also houses the world’s largest monolithic “Shiva Linga''. The temple's dome and facade are adorned with several stone sculptures.

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Gohar Mahal

Bhopal’s Gohar Mahal is a fine example of the excellent craftsmanship that flourished during the Nawabi era. Constructed by Bhopal’s first female ruler, the Mahal is a blend of Mughal and Hindu architecture.

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Moti Masjid

One of Bhopal’s historical landmarks, Moti Masjid, is known to have a stark resemblance to Delhi’s Jama Masjid. The mosque was built by Sikander Begum in 1860. It houses two dark-red towers topped with golden spikes. The mosque is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike.

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Raisen Fort

At a distance of 44 km from Bhopal, the Raisen Fort is a historical edifice built atop a hill. Its origin dates back to 1200 AD. The fort contains nine gateways, a large courtyard, and a beautiful pool. It also houses a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva

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Sanchi Stupa

The town of Sanchi is known for its Buddhist stupas. Stupas are hemispherical structures that contain Buddhist teachings. The Stupas of Sanchi were constructed on the orders of Emperor Ashoka who wished to preserve Buddhist philosophy.

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The Taj-ul-Masjid is the largest mosque in India and one of the largest mosques in Asia. Taj-ul-Masjid, with its exquisite architecture, is truly deserving of the title “the crown of mosques”. The mosque sits beside the Motia Talab Lake and is one of Bhopal’s most famous tourist destinations.

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Upper Lake

Upper Lake, commonly called Bhojtal, is one of the most significant lakes in Bhopal. Holding around 30 million gallons of water, it is the primary source of portable water for the city’s residents. The lake offers opportunities for boating, kayaking, canoeing, and rafting.


About Patna Airport

Patna Airport is also known as Jayaprakash Narayan Airport (IATA: PAT). This airport is located 5 km southwest of Patna. It is ranked as the 21st busiest airport in India. There are 4 boarding gates at this airport. Major airlines like Air India, Go First, Vistara, IndiGo, and SpiceJet operate flights from this airport. It is well connected with major Indian cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, etc. Patna Airport offers travellers services like ATMs, snack counters, Forex counters, etc. In addition to a child care room, the airport also provides assistance to physically challenged and aged passengers.

About Patna

One of the most ancient cities in India, Patna is the capital city of Bihar. Located on the banks of the divine River Ganges, the history of this city dates back to the 6th century BCE. Originally known as Pataliputra, it was the capital of Magadha until the 1st century BCE. Later, during the Mughal period, it was known as Azimabad. Patna retains its history and culture in its bustling streets and neighbourhoods. The city is known for its heritage structures that add to its unique charm. Patna also played a central role in the Indian freedom movement. For instance, the Sadaqat Ashram, situated in the city, is a monument that is symbolic of the country’s history. It was founded by Mazharul Haque as an icon of Hindu-Muslim solidarity.

Frequently Asked Questions

The summer in Bhopal gets extremely hot, with high temperatures. The hot weather makes travelling and sightseeing during the day very uncomfortable.

The luggage rules differ from airline to airline. Go through the guidelines of your airline carefully before boarding the flight. Most airlines allow around 15 kg of check-in luggage and 7 kg of carry-on luggage.

The rules for carrying food on the flight differ from airline to airline. Go through the guidelines issued by your airline carefully before boarding the flight.

Bhopal is famous for its hand-woven textiles and dress materials such as Chanderi, Kota silk, Bagh print kurtas, and Maheshwari sarees.

Patna is famous for its Madhubani paintings, beaded jewellery, and leather items. You can also buy a wide variety of religious items, such as statues of gods and goddesses, prayer books, and Prashad from the various religious locations in the city.

The aerial distance between Bhopal and Patna is approximately 829 km. No direct flights operate on this route.

The IATA code for Bhopal airport is BHO.

The best time to visit Bhopal is during the winters, from October till early March.

Winter season, from October to March, is the best time to visit Patna. Summers are extremely hot and won’t be ideal for sightseeing.

May tends to be the hottest month in Patna.

The road distance between Bhopal and Ujjain is 191.2 km. It takes around 3 hours and 30 minutes to cover.

Hindi is the most commonly spoken language in Bhopal. Urdu, Gujarati, Marathi, and Sindhi are also spoken.

Hindi is the official language of the state of Bihar. Bhojpuri and Maithili dialects are also spoken, along with some English.

The Bhopal Gas Tragedy took place in December 1984.

Air India and IndiGo operate flights from Patna to Bhopal.
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Airport Information

Bhopal Raja Bhoj Airport, Gandhi Nagar Post office, Gandhi Nagar, Bhopal (MP)-462036

Patna Shaheed Pir Ali Khan Marg, Bhatpura village, Sheikhpura, Patna, Bihar 800014