About Ganpatipule

Ganpatipule is one of the Popular City (Destination) in India with more than 50 thousand population. Ganpatipule is well connected with it's surrounded cities through Bus & with some local transporations.

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About Bangalore

Bangalore is the capital of the Indian territory of Karnataka. It has a people of in excess of ten million,making it a megacity and the third most swarmed city and fifth most jammed urban agglomeration in India.It is situated in southern India on the Deccan Plateau. Its height is more than 900 m (3,000 ft) above ocean level, the most elevated of India's real urban communities. 

A progression of South Indian lines, the Western Gangas, the Cholas and the Hoysalas, ruled the present locale of Bangalore until in 1537 CE, Kempé Gowd? – a primitive ruler under the Vijayanagara Empire – set up a mud stronghold viewed as the establishment of current Bangalore. In 1638, the Mar?th?s vanquished and administered Bangalore for very nearly 50 years, after which the Mughals caught and sold the city to the Mysore Kingdom of the Wadiyar line.It was gotten by the British after triumph in the Fourth Anglo-Mysore War (1799), who returned legitimate control of the city to the Maharaja of Mysore.The old city made in the regions of the Maharaja of Mysore and was made capital of the Princely State of Mysore, which existed as an apparently sovereign substance of the British Raj

Bangalore is the capital of the Indian territory of Karnataka. It has a people of in excess of ten million,making it a megacity and the third most swarmed city and fifth most jammed urban agglomeration in India.It is situated in southern India on the Deccan Plateau. Its height is more than 900 m (3,000 ft) above ocean level, the most elevated of India's real urban communities. 

A progression of South Indian lines, the Western Gangas, the Cholas and the Hoysalas, ruled the present locale of Bangalore until in 1537 CE, Kempé Gowd? – a primitive ruler under the Vijayanagara Empire – set up a mud stronghold viewed as the establishment of current Bangalore. In 1638, the Mar?th?s vanquished and administered Bangalore for very nearly 50 years, after which the Mughals caught and sold the city to the Mysore Kingdom of the Wadiyar line.It was gotten by the British after triumph in the Fourth Anglo-Mysore War (1799), who returned legitimate control of the city to the Maharaja of Mysore.The old city made in the regions of the Maharaja of Mysore and was made capital of the Princely State of Mysore, which existed as an apparently sovereign substance of the British Raj

Ganpatipule to Bangalore bus services

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Ganpatipule Boarding Points

  • ST Stand
  • HOTEL DARYA SAGAR
  • Ganpatipule Bus Stand
  • Ratnagiri Aatavda Bazar
  • Ganpatipule
  • GANPATIPULE BUS STAND
  • Ganpatipule (S T Stand)
  • Malgund
  • Chafe
  • Katradevi
  • Nivali
  • Jakhadevi
  • Malgund (Highschool)
  • Nevare Fhata
  • Ratnagiri
  • Nivli
  • Sangameshwar
  • Chiplun
  • Chiplun
  • Ganpatipule (Near Bank Of Maharatra)
  • Ganpatipule (Chandalika Devi Temple Bus Stand)
  • Hotel Dariya Sarang
  • ST Stand Pick up Shed
  • Mangund Village
  • Jakadevi
  • Ganpatipule - Hotel darya saran
  • Bus stand
  • Busstand
  • Ganpatipule- nr.bus stand
  • Panvel
  • Borivali (West)
  • Thane
  • Sion
  • Parla Centaur Hotel
  • Vakola M A Travels
  • Khar Hiranandani Bandra
  • Mahim Station
  • Parel
  • Sion Bridge Ending
  • Chembur Maitri Park
  • Nerul L P
  • Vashi Plaza
  • C B D Belapur
  • Kharghar Hiranandani
  • Kalamboli
  • Panvel Garden Hotel
  • Kamothe Mac Donalds
  • Borivali National Park
  • Borivali Axis Bank
  • Kandivali Sai Dham

Bangalore Droping Points

  • B K Circle Sugama
  • Race Course Sugama Tourist
  • Jalahalli Cross (D)
  • JAYANAGARA 4 BLOCK (R.V NURSING COLLEGE )/9141665613,
  • GURUGUNTE PALYA (PEOPLE TREE Hospital )/080-40985715,9141665613,
  • Attibele
  • Electronicity
  • Madivala Office
  • ST.Johns Hospital
  • Silkboard ( Flyover Starting)
  • ST.Johons Hospital
  • Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital
  • Naryana Hrudayalaya Hospital
  • VIDYA PITA CIRCLE (SHANKARNAG CIRCLE)
  • East End Circle --080-40985715,9141665613
  • NEXT UDUPI GARDEN
  • B T M LAYOUT DIWAKAR TRAVELS
  • SING SANDRA BUS STOP
  • HOSA ROAD(9141665613,080-40985715
  • KONNAPPANA AGRAHARA
  • GANGANAGAR BUS STOP/080-40985715,9141665613,
  • NAGAVARA CIRCLE-9141665613,
  • BANASVADI AYYAPPA TRAVELS/9141665613,
  • ITI GATE/080-40985715,9141665613,
  • BHATRAHALLI BUSSTOP(9141665613,
  • Hoskote 9141665613,
  • gorgunte palya signal
  • Madiwala (SILKBOARD)
  • ANANDARAO CIRCLE (MAJESTIC)
  • Deepanjali Nagar metro station
  • Ms Palya OPP PETROL BUNK
  • Byadrayanpura(080-40985715-9141665613
  • Kodige Halli Bus Stop L.G SHOW ROOM
  • Banswadi OPP.H .P.Petrol Bunk(08254-230035,232435)
  • TIN FACTORY /9141665613
  • Mahadevapura FlyOpp FLYOR STARTING FRONT MORR SUPERMARKET
  • Hope Farm Signal Junction(9141665613,080-40985715
  • Majetic Anand Rao Circle
  • Tin Factort
  • Hanumanth Nagar( Sarita Travels)
  • Srinivas Nagar( Poornima Travels)
  • Yellechenahalli Metro Station
  • Navaranga Theatre
  • Lalasyapalem
  • Kalasypalem
  • Lalasyapalem
  • Kalasypalem
  • Vasanthnagar
  • Kalena Agrahara (D)
  • Gottigere (D)

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