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Flight Information from Bilaspur to Delhi

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How Much Baggage can I Carry for a Flight from Bilaspur to Delhi?

For flights from Bilaspur to Delhi, 7 Kg of cabin baggage and 15 Kg of check-in baggage are allowed. Apart from that a woman can carry a purse upto 3Kg. A small laptop bag upto 3 Kg of weight is allowed. Air India allows 7 Kg of cabin baggage and 20 Kg of check-in baggage per person for Bilaspur to Delhi flights.

Delhi-The Capital of India

Delhi is the capital city of India which is popular for its vibrant culture, technology, and tradition. This metropolitan city welcomes tourists from across the world and allows them to enjoy its vibrant culture, narrow streets, colorful markets, ambiance architectures, historical monuments which are the identity of Delhi. Apart from that this city is blessed with many gardens & botanical houses which makes Delhi a favorite among nature lovers. 

The history of Delhi is full of enchanting stories and moments which you can hear from locals or experience in museums. Approx Millions of people visit New Delhi from India to abroad. Would you like to visit New Delhi? Whether it is your first trip or you used to visit here frequently. You will collect sweet memories every time. It is one of the most charming metro cities in India. 

Best Places to Explore in Delhi

Delhi the capital city of India has offered amazing tourists places to visit and spend quality time to rejuvenate yourself. After arriving at Delhi airport from flights to Delhi you can hire a cab or car to explore these destinations. For the Delhi trip, you will have to spend 3-4 days at least so you will be able to capture all destinations peacefully.

India Gate

Formally known as “All India War Memorial,” is located at Rajpath. This monument was founded in memory of 90,000 soldiers. This gate is made up of sandstone and the height of this monument is 42 meters.

Lotus Temple

Situated in the east of Nehru place, the Lotus temple is one of the famous Bahai’s temples, which was built in 1986 in the shape of lotus flowers. This temple is made up of pure white marble and is surrounded by nine pools of water. People of all religions can visit this temple and worship & meditate here.

Akshardham Mandir

Situated in New Delhi, the Akshardham mandir is a traditional temple which is dedicated to Bhagwan Swaminarayan. The meaning of Akshardham is the adobe of God. This temple displays the perfect blend of traditional and modern Hindu culture, spirituality, and architecture. To see the exhibition and musical foundation show visitors need to purchase tickets.

Red Fort

Built-in 1638, the Red fort reminds the power and pomp of Mughal emperors. This massive fort is made up of red sandstone walls, because of that it is called Red fort. Lahore Gate is the main gate of this fort which is an emotional & symbolic focal point of modern India. Every year on Independence Day, a crowd of tourists visit the Red fort and explore this beautiful monument.

Jama Masjid

Jama Masjid is one of the great mosques of India, which is situated in Old Delhi. This mosque was built by the Mughal emperor, Shahjahan. This mosque is made up of white marble & red sandstone and it has three great gates and four towers. The capacity of the courtyard of this mosque is about to handle approx. 25,000 devotees at a time.

Qutub Minar

The tower of victory, Qutub Minar is 73 meters long, which was built by Qutab-ud-din Aibak. Qutub Minar has five distinct storeys, the three storeys of Qutub Minar are made up of red stones and the fourth & fifth storeys are made up of marble and sandstone. The construction of Qutub Minar was started in 1193 and completed in 1197. For beautiful photoshoots, this place is the perfect destination.

Birla Mandir

Situated in the west of Connaught Palace, Birla Mandir is also known as Laxmi Narayan Temple. This beautiful temple is dedicated to Goddess Laxmi and Lord Narayan (Vishnu). This temple was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi; on the condition that people of all castes will be allowed to visit this temple for worship.

If you love street shopping then you can purchase cheap clothes and other things from Lajpat Nagar, Sarojani Nagar, Chandni Chowk, etc.

Best Time to Visit Delhi

The best time to visit Delhi is from early November to February. During this time the weather would be pleasant for travelers. You can explore India Gate, Lal Qilla, Lotus temple, Akshardham temple, Jama Masjid, and many more places in Delhi. You should avoid summer because it would be 

Airlines

Indira Gandhi airport is the biggest and busiest airport in India along with 3 terminals & the longest runways. 

There are several domestic and international airlines flying to & from Delhi airport. Air India, Indigo, Oman Air, Sri Lankan, United Airlines, Emirates, etc are the top airlines connecting to New Delhi. If you need to book cheap flight tickets to Delhi you can visit Travolook for the best offers. 

Airport Address

The airport address of Delhi international airport is given below.
Indira Gandhi International airport is one of the busiest and biggest airport in India.
Domestic terminal, terminal 1-B,
New Delhi-110 037,
Enquiry Ph.No.- (91) 11 25661080,
Flight information No.-(91) 11 25601000 (DOM)/(91) 11 25602000 (INT)

Covid -19 Protocol for Delhi Airport

All passengers must have to go through thermal screening upon arrival.

Random sample collection will be done for arrival passengers who are arriving from the states where covid-19 cases have been increased.

All passengers must have installed the Arogya Setu App on their mobile phones. 

For Covid-19 positive travelers, 10 days of home quarantine/CCC/CHC quarantine is mandatory.

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About Bilaspur

Bilaspur, commonly known as "The City of Festivals,"located in Chhattisgarh and  the second largest city in Chhattisgarh. Bilaspur is famed for its fragrant 'Doobraj' rice variety, as well as handloom woven colourful soft Kosa silk sarees. The Basic Tasar Silkworm Seed Organisation (BTSSO), gathers, manufactures, and distributes nucleus and core Tasar seed from the neighbouring territories. Speaking of its historical background, Bilaspur was ruled by the Ratanpur Kalachuri family but the city rose to fame in 1741, under the reign of the Maratha Empire, when a Maratha official settled there. Bilaspur is known for its rich cultural legacy and has a plethora of cultural attractions. Bilaspur's dance forms, cuisine, music, and traditional folk melodies are all unique to the city. Women wear garlands made of one rupee coins in rural areas. In recent years, this has fallen out of favour. All of India's main festivals are celebrated in the city. Local festivities include the colourful Rout Dance in November, as well as harley and pola. The Rawat Nach Mahotsav is a Bilaspur folk dance festival attended by Rawat tribes. The city is flanked with many historical monuments and despite its modernisation Bilaspur has not lost its heritage. It is progressively growing into a tourist destination due to its rapid growth. Bilaspur is a charming city with plenty of surprises to offer. It's just waiting to be discovered and explored. 

Top Routes from Bilaspur

Bilaspur is connected with many cities via air. Cheap flights are available like

Delhi to Bilaspur, Mumbai to Bilaspur, Hyderabad to Bilaspur, Chennai to Bilaspur, Kolkata to Bilaspur, Goa to Bilaspur, Lucknow to Bilaspur, Pune to Bilaspur, Ahmedabad to Bilaspur, Patna to Bilaspur.

Places to Visit in Bilaspur

The tourist attractions of Bilaspur include Historical sites, attractive temples, and abundant flora and fauna. Shri Naina Devi Temple, Vyas Gufa, Rishi Markanday Temple, and Sheetla Mandir are just a few of the venerated temples that should be included on any religious trip to Bilaspur. Bilaspur, surrounded by beautiful nature, is a great place to visit for a weekend getaway. Some of the interesting places to visit are as follows:

Devrani Jethani Temples

The Devrani Jethani Temples can be found in Tala, Chhattisgarh. There are the ruins of two ancient temples here, which are only a few metres apart. They were allegedly built for the spouses of two royal brothers, according to mythology. Sisters-in-law are referred to as Devrani-Jethani. The temples are currently in a dilapidated state and have been stripped of their framework, and the stones and sculptures that once supplied it with strength and beauty have been scattered. The gigantic elephant sculptures that previously adorned the temple's entrance may now be seen laying apart. The intricately carved pillars that previously supported the ceiling have been left alone. However, the ruins indicate that this location was once an architectural marvel. The temple's massive walls are adorned with finely carved human and animal faces, which are thought to portray situations from life or ancient epics. The temple's top panel depicts divine beings. Some of the sculptures on the panel below are now unrecognisable. Despite the fact that they have succumbed to the ravages of time, these temples continue to convey fascinating stories about bygone eras. A few artworks discovered from this site are housed in a tiny museum within the temple's grounds.

Pataleshwar Kedar Temple

The Pataleshwar Kedar Temple is located in Malhar, in the Bilaspur district. Malhar was the state's former capital. For Hindus in Chhattisgarh, it is one of the most sacred spots. Since its construction in the 11th century, the temple has maintained its religious significance and mystical appeal. The Gomukhi Sivalinga, which is devoted to Lord Shiva, is the temple's biggest draw. The temple houses beautiful monuments that have been created with great care and accuracy. The temple's architecture features remarkably exquisite sculptures and the temple is an example of ancient India's rich architectural legacy. The natural splendour that surrounds the Pataleshwar Kedar Temple adds to its spiritual appeal. It's a wonderful spot to get away from the routine of everyday life and spend some time surrounded by serenity.

Tala

Tala is a small village on the Bhojpur-Dagori Road, 25 kilometres from Bilaspur. In addition to housing the famous Devrani Jethani temples, Tala is recognised for its spectacular scenery and a distinct idol unearthed during archaeological digs. The idol, which dates from the sixth century, is genuinely unique in the world. The deity to whom the idol was devoted has remained unknown till now. Tala is also noted for the discovery of Rudra Shiva's idol during an excavation which is the most integral and unusual piece of art and stands at a height of two-metre in red sandstone. This is a one-of-a-kind masterpiece that has never been seen before in ancient history. Since  Shiva is also referred to as Pashupatinath, which means ‘God of the Animals’ this sculpture aesthetically depicts that element of him with animal figures fashioned as bodily parts. The Maniyari River runs through this area, providing a sense of tranquillity.

Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary

Bilaspur is encircled by beautiful green dense forests that are home to rare flora and fauna. Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary is one of Chhattisgarh's most well-known wildlife sanctuaries, with leopards, Bengal tigers, and wild bison among its residents. Chital, striped hyena, sloth bear, dhole, sambar deer, nilgai, Indian four-horned antelope, and chinkara are among the other animals. This wildlife sanctuary, which also functions as a tiger reserve, was founded in 1975. This sanctuary spans across 557 square kilometres, and is doing an excellent job of safeguarding Chhattisgarh's local habitat. It is connected to the Kanha-Achanakmar Corridor, which is part of Kanha, Madhya Pradesh's tiger reserves. Aside from a diverse range of fauna, this wildlife sanctuary is home to a diverse range of tree species, including Sal, Saja, Bija, and bamboo. The possibilities of seeing animals are much better during the summer. However, if you want to experience good weather and a diverse range of plants, you can visit during the winter. While going to the sanctuary, you will find the Khongapani Jalashya Dam which is not only a beautiful location but also a great place to stop for a quick break.

Malhar

Malhar, around 40 kilometres from Bilaspur, was originally the state capital of Chhattisgarh. Manuscripts in Indian literature refer to the city as Mallar, Mallari, and Sarabhapur. It is for housing famous historical sites in the area. It has excavations and remnants of an old fort, two renovated Shiva temples, and a museum containing ruins of prominent Hindu, Jain, and Buddhist temples. Pataleshwar Temple, Devri Temple, and Dindeshwari Temple are some of the most well-known  historic temples in the area. These temples are from the tenth and eleventh century. Here, Jainism-related artefacts and memorials have been unearthed  and relics from the old Kalachuri kingdom have been discovered.  Beautifully crafted idols decorate the Deor temple. The site also encompasses the magnificent Malhar Fort, which is situated in a spectacular location. The river Arpa surrounds the western section of the site, while the Shivanath and Lilagar rivers guard the southern and eastern halves, respectively. The term "Mallari" inspired the name of the place, Malhar or Mallal. Lord Shiva was awarded this title after slaying Malla, the Puranas' demon. Malhar also has a government-run museum on the premises. It houses a large collection of antiques.

Ratanpur

Ratanpur, which is 25 kilometres from Bilaspur, is famous for its historical and archaeological relevance. It has seen the rise and fall of numerous dynasties. You are met by a nine-foot-tall idol of Baba Bhairavnath Kshetrapal Singh of the Haihai dynasty as soon as you enter Ratanpur. Ratanpur shot to fame during the Kalachuri dynasty's rule since it was the capital of their empire. Ratanpur was also the capital of the Haihaivanshi Kingdom and Bhosle later on. Ratanpur also has the Mahamaya Temple which was built by a Kalachurian King named Ratansen and due to its architectural splendour and theological importance this temple attracts visitors from all across the country. Many Hindu worshippers flock here to seek the Goddess Mahamaya's blessings. Because she is the ruling deity of Dakshin Koshal in modern-day Chhattisgarh, the Goddess is also known as Kosaleswari. In Ratanpur, there is a historic fort that is fascinating to explore. It features stunning gates with antique stone sculptures on them.

Ram Tekri Temple

The Ram Tekri Temple in Ratanpur was erected by Marathi King Shivaji Rao Bhosle. This magnificent temple is set on a hill and surrounded on all sides by lush vegetation. It is only 3 kilometres from Ratanpur and is linked to it by roadways. Lord Ram, Sita, and Hanuman granite statues are very impressive. This temple also holds magnificent idols of other Hindu deities such as Vishnu and Kaal Bhairav. Because this temple is situated on a hill, it offers spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding area. This is also an excellent location for clicking lovely photographs.It attracts a significant influx of visitors and followers who come to offer prayers and pray to get their wishes granted on special occasions. It is one of Bilaspur's most revered religious sites.

Best Time to Visit Bilaspur

Bilaspur can be visited at any time. Summers are hot, with moderate rainfall during the monsoons, while winters are chilly, with temperatures dropping below freezing.

The best time to visit Bilaspur is between October and March.

Major Airlines Flying from Bilaspur

Bilaspur Airport (IATA airport code: PAB) is located in the town of Chakarbhata, about 10 kilometres south of Bilaspur, in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. It is also known as Bilasa Devi Kevat Airport and owned by The Airports Authority of India Vayudoot used the airport in the 1980s to provide flights to Bhopal, Nagpur, Mumbai, and Delhi. It connects flights to a variety of places. Jet Airways, SpiceJet, GoAir, Air India, Air Costa are the major airlines that fly to and from Bilaspur.

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