Visit Adani One to book all your pocket-friendly flight tickets. Adani provides an airfare calendar to help you book your flight tickets at the best prices. The airfare calendar on the platform lists all the flights available on your route along with the best airfare deals. Furthermore, you can also check the flight status, and the number of flights available on your route and book a return flight. If you have a particular return date in your mind, we always recommend booking the return ticket to avail discounts and cashback offers. On the Adani platform, you can access various discounts, vouchers and cashback offers provided with ticket booking. Currently, no direct flights are operating on the Varanasi to Jaipur route. However, multiple connecting flights are available on the route with layovers in New Delhi and Mumbai. These connecting flights are operated by IndiGo, Vistara, Go First and SpiceJet and take around 5-27 hours depending on the route selected.
Jaipur International Airport (IATA Code: JAI) is located in the suburb of Sanganer around 13 km from the city centre. Due to its rich culture, history and tradition, the capital city is also an important tourist centre. Two passenger terminals and a freight terminal make up the airport. There is just one airport runway, 11,178 ft (3,407 m) long. According to Airports Council International, the World's Best Airport ranked Jaipur International Airport as the 11th busiest airport in India, with a capacity to handle 2 to 5 million people annually for 2015 and 2016. The airport has two terminals; one for domestic flights and the other for international flights. The facilities at the airport include a currency exchange counter, gift/souvenir shops, ATMs, an information desk, lockers, etc.
Jaipur, the state capital of Rajasthan, was established in AD 1727 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II and is often referred to as the Pink City. The Prince of Wales travelled to India in 1876. Pink was thought to be welcoming. So Jaipur's Maharaja Ram Singh painted the whole city pink. It's lovely to see how rosy the city is. Jaipur was placed seventh in Asia in the 2008 Conde Nast Traveller Readers' Choice Survey. With its extensive avenues, gardens, rich history and culture, the city is also famous for its forts and palaces. The vibrant bazaars of Jaipur are a shopper's delight and are known for their Rajasthani jewellery, textiles and shoes. India's first planned city, Jaipur, was created by Vidyadhar Bhattacharya. The capital of Rajasthan, which is well-known for its colourful gems, combines the allure of its historical past with the advantages of a metropolis. In contrast to Nahargarh, Jaigarh and Garh Ganesh Temple, Jaipur shines majestically. Along with Delhi and Agra, Jaipur is an important destination on the Golden Triangle tourist route.
Varanasi Airport, officially known as Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport (VNS), is situated in Babatpur, Uttar Pradesh around 18 km northwest of Varanasi. In honour of Lal Bahadur Shastri, India's second Prime Minister, the airport's name was formally changed to Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport in October 2005. The 3900 sq m integrated terminal can accommodate 500 people simultaneously and handle local and international flights. Four visa counters that also double as departure counters, 16 check-in desks, and two baggage claim belts are also present at the terminal. The terminal contains a ground-level entry for reaching other airlines on the runway on foot or via shuttle service and a top waiting area for the aviation gates. Five narrow-body planes may land on the runway at once. In addition to food vendors, the waiting area has a convenience store for travellers, ATMs, free Wi-Fi, currency exchange offices, luggage trolleys, etc. It also has a bookstore with a newsstand, boutiques selling Varanasi-specific items like Banarasi Silk sarees, and a luxury lounge. The terminal has eateries, coffee shops and a smoking area. There are several ways to get to the airport, including taxi, bus and rental vehicle services.
On the banks of the Ganges River in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, Varanasi is one of the oldest continuously inhabited towns in the world. Varanasi, formerly known as Benares or Kashi, is the home of Vedic philosophy and is mentioned in the Vedas and Mahabharata, two of India's earliest Hindu scriptures. For Hindus, Varanasi is one of their holiest cities. Varuna and Assi rivers, two Ganges tributaries, are the sources of the name Varanasi. Varanasi's ancient and rich cultural legacy has long valued art, literature and music. It formerly served as a significant hub for trade and commerce. The carpets woven by the Varanasi weavers and the gold and silver thread embroidery on silk and brocade have earned them worldwide renown. Likewise, the intricate stitching on Banarasi sarees gives them sentimental significance. Famous writers from Varanasi include Kabir, Ravidas, Tulsidas, and Premchand. The city also has a rich musical history, with ties to Ustad Bismillah Khan, Ravi Shankar, and the Benares Gharana of Hindustani classical music, born here. In 2015, Varanasi received the Music City designation from UNESCO. Chaats and jalebis from Varanasi are culinary delights. The people from Rajasthan, Bihar and West Bengal who have moved here have affected the local cuisine and contributed their touches to dishes like Kachori Sabzi, Dahi Chutney, Gol Gappe, and lassi. The Banarasi paan is the last flourish.