About Delhi

Delhi formally the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT), is a city and an association region of India.It is circumscribed by Haryana on three sides and by Uttar Pradesh toward the east.As indicated by 2011 statistics, Delhi city's appropriate populace was more than 11 million,the second most astounding in India after Mumbai, while the entire NCT's populace was about 16.8 million.Delhi's urban region is presently considered to stretch out past the NCT limit to incorporate an expected populace of more than 26 million individuals, making it the world's second biggest urban area.As of 2016 ongoing appraisals of the metro economy of its urban zone have positioned Delhi either the best or second most gainful metro zone of India.Delhi is the second wealthiest city after Mumbai in India, with an aggregate abundance of $450 billion and home to 18 very rich people and 23,000 moguls

About Kolkata

Kolkata is the capital of the Indian province of West Bengal. Situated on the east bank of the Hooghly River around 75 kilometers (47 mi) west of the fringe with Bangladesh, it is the chief business, social, and     informative focal point of East India, while the Port of Kolkata is India's most established working port and its sole major along a coast port. The city is mostly viewed as the "social capital" of India, and is futher nicknamed the "City of Joy".In 2011, the city had a     population of 4.5 million, while the number of recident in the city and its rural areas was 14.1 million, making it the 3rd most crowded metropolitan region in India. Ongoing evaluations of Kolkata Metropolitan Area's economy have gone from $60 to $150 billion (GDP balanced for obtaining power equality) making it third most-beneficial metropolitan zone in India, after Mumbai and Delhi. 

In the late seventeenth century, the three towns that originated before Calcutta were managed by the Nawab of Bengal under Mughal suzerainty. After the Nawab allowed the East India Company an exchanging permit in 1690,the region was created by the Company into an undeniably braced exchanging post. Nawab Siraj ud-Daulah possessed Calcutta in 1756, and the East India Company retook it the next year. In 1793 the East India organization was sufficiently able to abrogate Nizamat (nearby standard), and expected full sway of the locale. Under the organization rule, and later under the British Raj, Calcutta filled in as the capital of British-held regions in India until 1911, when its apparent land inconveniences, joined with developing patriotism in Bengal, prompted a move of the money to New Delhi. Calcutta was the inside for the Indian autonomy development; it remains a hotbed of contemporary state governmental issues. Following Indian autonomy in 1947, Kolkata, which was at one time the focal point of present day Indian instruction, science, culture, and legislative issues, endured quite a few years of monetary stagnation.

Kolkata is the capital of the Indian province of West Bengal. Situated on the east bank of the Hooghly River around 75 kilometers (47 mi) west of the fringe with Bangladesh, it is the chief business, social, and     informative focal point of East India, while the Port of Kolkata is India's most established working port and its sole major along a coast port. The city is mostly viewed as the "social capital" of India, and is futher nicknamed the "City of Joy".In 2011, the city had a     population of 4.5 million, while the number of recident in the city and its rural areas was 14.1 million, making it the 3rd most crowded metropolitan region in India. Ongoing evaluations of Kolkata Metropolitan Area's economy have gone from $60 to $150 billion (GDP balanced for obtaining power equality) making it third most-beneficial metropolitan zone in India, after Mumbai and Delhi. 

In the late seventeenth century, the three towns that originated before Calcutta were managed by the Nawab of Bengal under Mughal suzerainty. After the Nawab allowed the East India Company an exchanging permit in 1690,the region was created by the Company into an undeniably braced exchanging post. Nawab Siraj ud-Daulah possessed Calcutta in 1756, and the East India Company retook it the next year. In 1793 the East India organization was sufficiently able to abrogate Nizamat (nearby standard), and expected full sway of the locale. Under the organization rule, and later under the British Raj, Calcutta filled in as the capital of British-held regions in India until 1911, when its apparent land inconveniences, joined with developing patriotism in Bengal, prompted a move of the money to New Delhi. Calcutta was the inside for the Indian autonomy development; it remains a hotbed of contemporary state governmental issues. Following Indian autonomy in 1947, Kolkata, which was at one time the focal point of present day Indian instruction, science, culture, and legislative issues, endured quite a few years of monetary stagnation.

Delhi to Kolkata bus services

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Travel Operators From Delhi to Kolkata

Delhi Boarding Points

  • Redfort
  • Palika Place
  • Connaught Place
  • Janpath Road
  • Azad Hind Market
  • Karnal Bye Pass
  • Kashmiri Gate
  • Jessa Ram Hospital Karol Bagh
  • Manju Ka Tila
  • 36 Chander lok building
  • R.K Marg Metro Station
  • Lal Kila(red fort)
  • Kamal By Pass.CNG PUMP
  • Tis Hazari Metro station
  • Rama Krishna Ashram
  • ISBT Bus Adda
  • Shop No-22
  • Vidhana Sabha
  • kashmiri gate, Metro Station Gate No-1
  • Jan path Road,C.p
  • Hotel The connught Place
  • Red Fort Shop no-3
  • Anand Vihari(I.S.B.T)
  • Tis Hazari Metro Station,Shop No-92
  • Sindhya House, Outer Crical Connought Place
  • Portala Ground
  • Delhi
  • Palace cinema
  • Rama Krishna Metro Station
  • Manju ka tila potala ground
  • Khanna Market
  • Cannaugh Hotel
  • Lal Qila Azad Hind Market
  • Ramakrishna Metro Station Palika Niketan
  • Sindhiya house
  • Pacific Mall
  • Chanderlok Building
  • Majnu Ka Tilla
  • Ananad Vihar Metro Satation Gate No 2
  • Hansraj
  • COOL HIMACHAL
  • COOL HIMACHAL(TRAVEL POINT)
  • TRAVEL POINT
  • TRAVEL POINTED
  • Kriti Nagar Metro Station
  • Tilak Nagar Metro Station
  • Bata Chock
  • Bhatkal Mod
  • Apolo Hospital
  • Fatehpuri

Kolkata Droping Points

  • Kolkata--BABUGHAT BACK SIDE OF EDEN DARGENS
  • Madhyamagram
  • Airport Gate No 1
  • Baguihati Bus Stand
  • Babughat Bus Stand
  • Babughat Bus Stand
  • KONA
  • ALAMPUR
  • RANIHATI
  • PANCHLA
  • ULUBERIA
  • BAGNAN
  • KOLAGHAT
  • NORGHAT
  • BAJKUL
  • KALINAGAR
  • CHAULKHOLA
  • BALESAI
  • RADHAMONI
  • NIMTOURI
  • CHANDIPUR
  • HERIA
  • NACHINDA
  • PICHABONI
  • RAMNAGAR
  • Baguihati
  • Siliguri
  • Tenzing Norgay Bus Terminus
  • Tenzing Norgey Bus Stand-Gupta Travel Agency-9733108246
  • Krishnanagar
  • Barasat
  • Birati
  • Madhyamgram.
  • B C Roy Market (Esplanade)
  • NANDAKUMAR
  • MECHEDA
  • CONTAI
  • MAHASWARPUR
  • ANDAL
  • RANIGANJ
  • DURGAPUR
  • Mashirbari
  • Puri Bus Stand
  • Puri Bus-Stand Mashirbari - 9776239301,9853236842
  • Babughat - 7003207161
  • Babughat - Back Side of Eden Garden
  • Puri - Near Main Bus Stand
  • BELGHARIA
  • Salt lake karunamyee- 9903400913
  • DANKUNI

Bus Types From Delhi To Kolkata

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