About Guntur

Guntur is a city inside the Andhra Pradesh Capital Region.Located 24 km (15 mi) far from the state capital Amaravati, Guntur city is the authoritative home office of Guntur locale, of the Indian territory of Andhra Pradesh.It is a city partnership and furthermore the home office of Guntur mandal in Guntur income division.It is arranged on the fields at a separation of 40 miles (64 km) to north of the Bay of Bengal. The city is the third most crowded in the state with a populace of 743,654 and urban agglomeration populace around one million according to 2011 statistics of India. 

Guntur is named a Y-review city according to the Seventh Central Pay Commission.It shapes a piece of Vishakhapatnam-Guntur Industrial Region, a noteworthy modern passage in the country.The city is known for its bean stew, cotton and tobacco sends out and has the biggest stew advertise yard in Asia.

About Nellore By Pass

Nellore is a city and district headquarters of Nellore district in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is located on the banks of Penna River and is the fourth most populous city in the state.
Nellore had been under the rule of Cholas, Pallavas, pandyas, Maurya Dynasty, Kharavela of Chedi dynasty, Satavahanas, Kakatiyas, Eastern Gangas of Kalinga Empire, Vijayanagara Empire, Arcot Nawabs and other dynasties.

Nellore existed from the times of the Cholas ruled by Rajendra Chola I under Tanjavur Mauryan empire and was ruled by Ashoka in the 3rd century B.C. Nellore was conquered by the Rulers of the Pallava Dynasty and it was under their till the 6th century AD, subsequently the Chola rulers ruled Nellore for a long period of time. The Telugu Cholas met their decline in the 13th Century.Tamil inscriptions indicate that it formed part of Cholas kingdom till their decline in the thirteenth century AD[10] It later became a part of Kakatiyas, Vijayanagara Empire, Sultanate of Golconda, Mughal Empire and Arcot Nawabdom. In the 18th century, Nellore was taken over by the British from the Arcot Nawabs and was part of the Madras Presidency of British India.

The city had an important role in the emergence of the Telugu language and the formation of the state of Andhra Pradesh. Potti Sriramulu, who fasted until death for the formation of Andhra Pradesh, hailed from Nellore.

Nellore is a city and district headquarters of Nellore district in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is located on the banks of Penna River and is the fourth most populous city in the state.
Nellore had been under the rule of Cholas, Pallavas, pandyas, Maurya Dynasty, Kharavela of Chedi dynasty, Satavahanas, Kakatiyas, Eastern Gangas of Kalinga Empire, Vijayanagara Empire, Arcot Nawabs and other dynasties.

Nellore existed from the times of the Cholas ruled by Rajendra Chola I under Tanjavur Mauryan empire and was ruled by Ashoka in the 3rd century B.C. Nellore was conquered by the Rulers of the Pallava Dynasty and it was under their till the 6th century AD, subsequently the Chola rulers ruled Nellore for a long period of time. The Telugu Cholas met their decline in the 13th Century.Tamil inscriptions indicate that it formed part of Cholas kingdom till their decline in the thirteenth century AD[10] It later became a part of Kakatiyas, Vijayanagara Empire, Sultanate of Golconda, Mughal Empire and Arcot Nawabdom. In the 18th century, Nellore was taken over by the British from the Arcot Nawabs and was part of the Madras Presidency of British India.

The city had an important role in the emergence of the Telugu language and the formation of the state of Andhra Pradesh. Potti Sriramulu, who fasted until death for the formation of Andhra Pradesh, hailed from Nellore.

Guntur to Nellore By Pass bus services

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Guntur Boarding Points

  • RTC BUSSTAND
  • Guntur
  • Chaitanya Travels
  • Brindavan Garden(Guntur)
  • RTC Bus Stand
  • Brindavan Gardens
  • Lodge Center
  • Shankar Vilas Center
  • koretapadu
  • Brundavan Gardens
  • Guntur Bus Stand
  • Opp RTC Bus Stand
  • Koritipadu
  • Brindavan Garden
  • D B Fashions
  • Guntur Bypass
  • Sankar Vilas
  • Mangalgiri By Pass
  • Koritepadu
  • Lodge Centre
  • Shankar Vilas
  • Ramya Translines
  • Hanuman Temple
  • Shankar Vilas
  • RTS Bus Stand
  • Nallapadu Centre
  • Teresella
  • Sattanpalli
  • Sattanpalli
  • Nallapadu Centre
  • RTC Bus Stand
  • Kakani
  • SVN Colony
  • Laxmipuram
  • Brodipeta
  • Brundavan Gardens
  • BUS STAND
  • Gurudwara Bus Stnad
  • Guntur RTC bus stand
  • Guntur NTR Circle
  • Broditepeta
  • RTC Busstand
  • Brundavan Gardens(Guntur)
  • Rtc Bus Stand(Guntur)
  • Rtc BusStand(Guntur)
  • SRINIVASA
  • bus stop
  • ntr circle
  • sankaravilas
  • koretapadu

Nellore By Pass Droping Points

Bus Types From Guntur To Nellore By Pass

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