Gaya extends itself as the second largest city in the state of Bihar. It stands on the banks of the Phalgu River. The city has a lot of importance in terms of ancient history and mythology to its name. Famous for its natural sceneries and small lanes, the city is one of the biggest attractions of the state of Bihar. Just around 330 km from Gaya is the city of Bankura. Bankura is a city in the district of Bankura which is situated in the state of West Bengal. If you take the National Highway 2, the city of Bankura is just a drive of around 5 hours from Gaya. Alternatively, you can take the National Highways 83 and 2 or the National Highways 2 and 60. Each of these routes will take the same amount of time reach Bankura. Bankura offers a normal climate and is elevated averagely at a height 255 feet. Bankura is culturally one of the major contributors to Bengal school of art. Biharinath, Susunia Hills, Jhimili, Gandoa Dam and Koro Pahar are some of the important attractions of the city. There are direct both direct and indirect buses available for Bankura from Gaya, but there are no flights available.
Distance between Gaya and Bankura is and the average travel time is using a cab.
Gaya is considered as one of the holiest cities and shares boundary with the neighboring state, Jharkhand. Established in the year 1865, this popular tourist destination is also mentioned in the Hindu epics Ramayana and Mahabharata. It is believed that Lord Rama with his wife Sita and brother Lakshmana visited Gaya to offer Pind-daan to their father Dasharath.
It is the second biggest contributor for economy to Bihar second only to Patna. The city has lots of small scale household industries like scrap, handloom, incense sticks.
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You can reach Bankura from Gaya by road in about using a cab upon driving using a cab.
Bankura is the headquarters of the Bankura district, one of the seven districts of the Burdwan district of West Bengal. It is the centre of the Malla kingdom of western West Bengal. Situated on the Adra-Midnapore rail route, Bankura Railway Junction is managed by the South Eastern Railways. Bhubaneswar Rajdhani Express, Rupasi Bangla Express, Nandankanan Express, Purulia Howrah Express are some of the major trains passing through Bankura. It also has 2 other major stations close by; Adra Junction station in north west and Midnapore Railway station in south east. 233 km away from Kolkata, Bankura is a 4 hours journey by train. By road it is 168 km away from Kolkata and can be reached by either bus or rental cars like Savaari cars. On reaching the station, one can book cab service provided by Savaari Cab Rentals to reach the main part of town..
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Bankura has a rich cultural and traditional heritage. It is well known for its paintings, music and other art forms. One can reach all the major tourist spot by hiring a cab from Savaari car rental services. Susunia hill is very popular both as a trekking spot and a spot for people who want to visit the place for its natural spring Dhara. Also, Bishnupur; located 34 km from Bankura town is a city of temples. The temples are famous for their terracotta art, large water areas and musical gharana. Joyrambati, the birthplace of Sree Maa Sarada Devi, is a holy spot and attracts the spiritual ones. 55 km away from Bankura District Headquarters; Mukutmonipur is the second biggest earthen dam of India. It is situated at the confluence of river Kangsabati and Kumari. Lush green foliage surrounds the vast bluish tract of water. Other tourist attractions are Jhilimili forest and Biharinath hills.