Nandyala to Nagpur Bus

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Nandyala to Nagpur Bus

12-Jul-2020
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Bus from Nandyala to Nagpur

The journey from Nandyala to Nagpur is smoothly covered by a bus in 9 hours. The time to travel is dependent on India’s traffic, roads and climatic conditions. There are operators running their buses between Nandyala to Nagpur bringing necessary travel convenience for several people in India. All buses are driven by experienced drivers ensuring safety during journey.


About Nandyala

Nandyala or Nandyal is a significant town located in the Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh. The town serves as the educational, commercial and trade and industrial hub of the region. Nandyal derives its name from Nandi the vehicle of Lord Shiva and has nine sacred Lord Shiva Temples known as Nava Nandi surrounding the region. These nine temples namely Mahanandi, Shivanandi, Vinayakanandi, Somanandi, Prathamanandi, Garudanandi, Suryanandi, Krishnanandi and Naganandi are the major attractions of the region. Of which Mahanandi draws in the most number of tourists. Apart from that tourists can also visit the Gundla Brahmeswaram Wildlife Sanctuary. One of the best times to visit Nandyal is during the months of October to March.

About Nagpur

Nagpur is the biggest city situated in India which is also popular as the sub capital of Maharashtra. The population of the city is the third largest in the state. Nagpur is a developing metropolitan city which is also ranked as the 13th urban city when considering the agglomeration. The annual winter session of the assembly of Maharashtra is held here only. A political and commercial center of the state, Nagpur has been of high significance when taking the political aspects. Many important organizations and movements had born in this city only.

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