About Ahmednagar

Ahmedabad is the biggest city and previous capital of the Indian territory of Gujarat. It is the regulatory headquarter of the Ahmadabad region and the seat of the Gujarat High Court. Ahmedabad's populace of 5,633,927 makes it the fifth most crowded city in India,and the including urban agglomeration populace assessed at 6,357,693 is the seventh most crowded in India.Ahmadabad is Located on the banks of the Sabarmati River,from the state capital Gandhinagar, which is its twin city. 

Ahmadabad has developed as a vital financial and mechanical center in India. It is the second biggest maker of cotton in India, and its stock trade is the nation's second most seasoned. Cricket is a famous game in Ahmadabad, which houses the 54,000-situate Sardar Patel Stadium. The impacts of progression of the Indian economy have invigorated the city's economy towards tertiary segment exercises, for example, trade, correspondence and construction.Ahmadabad's expanding populace has brought about an expansion in the development and lodging businesses bringing about late improvement of high rises. 

In 2010, Ahmadabad was positioned third in Forbes' rundown of quickest developing urban areas of the decade.In 2012, The Times of India picked Ahmedabad as India's best city to live in.As of 2014, Ahmedabad's evaluated total national output was $64 billion. 

Ahmedabad has been chosen as one of the hundred Indian urban communities to be created as a brilliant city under Government of India's lead Smart Cities Mission.In July 2017, the Historic City of Ahmadabad or Old Ahmadabad, was announced as India's first UNESCO World Heritage City.

About Ajanta

The Ajanta Caves are around 29 shake cut Buddhist buckle landmarks which date from the second century BCE to around 480 CE in Aurangabad locale of Maharashtra territory of India.The caverns incorporate artistic creations and shake cut models depicted as among the best enduring instances of old Indian workmanship, especially expressive artworks that present feeling through motion, posture and shape. 

As indicated by UNESCO, these are magnum opuses of Buddhist religious workmanship that impacted Indian craftsmanship that followed.The caverns were worked in two stages, the main stage beginning around the second century BCE, while the second stage worked around 400– 650 CE as per more established records, or in a concise time of 460– 480 CE as indicated by later scholarship.The site is a secured landmark under the watchful eye of the Archeological Survey of India,and since 1983, the Ajanta Caves have been an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Ajanta Caves are around 29 shake cut Buddhist buckle landmarks which date from the second century BCE to around 480 CE in Aurangabad locale of Maharashtra territory of India.The caverns incorporate artistic creations and shake cut models depicted as among the best enduring instances of old Indian workmanship, especially expressive artworks that present feeling through motion, posture and shape. 

As indicated by UNESCO, these are magnum opuses of Buddhist religious workmanship that impacted Indian craftsmanship that followed.The caverns were worked in two stages, the main stage beginning around the second century BCE, while the second stage worked around 400– 650 CE as per more established records, or in a concise time of 460– 480 CE as indicated by later scholarship.The site is a secured landmark under the watchful eye of the Archeological Survey of India,and since 1983, the Ajanta Caves have been an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Ahmednagar to Ajanta bus services

Travels Bus Type Departure Arial Fare Seats Date
Yukta Travels NON-AC Sleeper (2 + 1) 11:55 PM 04:00 AM Rs.450 31 Select Date

Travel Operators From Ahmednagar to Ajanta

Ahmednagar Boarding Points

  • Ahmad Nagar
  • ahmednagar
  • BUS STOP
  • Royal Tr (Ahmednagar)
  • Bus Stand
  • kotla road
  • ahmednagar
  • AHMEDNAGAR (NEAR TARAKPUR BUS STOP)
  • Ahmednagar bus stand
  • Ahmedanagar
  • Ahmednagar (By Pass)
  • Nagar
  • Ahamednagar
  • Kotla Bus Stand
  • BUS STAND
  • Ahmednagar
  • Ahmednagar
  • ROYAL TOURIST
  • Ahmadnagar
  • Kotla Bus stand
  • Old Bus Stand
  • AHMEDNAGAR
  • NATIONAL TOURIST(SWASTIK CHOWK)
  • RTS TRAVELS AHMEDNAGAR
  • Royal Tourist Services(A1 Raj Chambers,Near Kotla Stand Ahme
  • Military Masjid
  • Ahemadnagar - opp Bus stand
  • Ahednagar
  • Nathkrupa Travels Ahmednagar
  • Nathkrupa Travels B-28 Amber Plaza
  • Ahmednagar Opp Old Bus Stand
  • Satellite
  • Ahmednagar Bus Stand
  • Shirdi (Pickup)
  • Nathkrupa Travels B-28 Amber Plaza,Opp old Bus Stand (Maliwa
  • St Stand Ahmadnagar
  • Ahmednagar bus stand RTS @ (12.45am)
  • BUS STAND
  • New Samrat Travels Near Bus stand
  • Ahmednagar (S T Stand)
  • Hundekari Travels Near Kotla Stand
  • Shop No 7 Ujjwal Complex Infront Of Old Bus Stand
  • OLD BUS STAND
  • Syndicate Travels Ahmednagar (Near Kotla Bus Stand)-70301994
  • Syndicate Travels Ahmednagar (Near Kotla Stand)-7030199444
  • Syndicate Travels Ahmednagar (Near Kotla Stand)-8605571007
  • National Tours and Travels Station Road
  • Opp Old Bus Stand Ujwal Complex -Jalaram Travels
  • National travels
  • National Travels (12:10 Am)

Ajanta Droping Points

  • Ajanta Main Road
  • Ajantha Bus Stand
  • Ajanta Bypass
  • Ajanta,main road
  • Ajanta,main road
  • Ajanta,main road
  • Ajantha Main Road
  • Ajantanad bus stand
  • Bus Stand, Ajanta
  • Ajanta caves
  • Ajantha
  • Golegaon Bus Stand Ajanta
  • Ajanta Bus Stand
  • Ajanta

Bus Types From Ahmednagar To Ajanta

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