Where in Delhi I Got the Bus for Vrindavan?

I reached Kashmiri Gate ISBT, Delhi to catch the bus for Vrindavan but was told by the inquiry person that from Sarai Kale Khan Inter-State Bus Terminus buses are available for Vrindavan.

Anyway, I reached Sarai Kale Khan – Nizamuddin metro station via the Delhi metro.

Sarai Kale Khan Inter-State Bus Terminus is nearby Sarai Kale Khan – Nizamuddin metro station.

At 8:30 am the bus started its journey.

Sarai Kale Khan, Delhi to Chhatikara (nearby Vrindavan) bus fare was Rs. 180 per passenger.

10:00 am we reached Palwal.

11:20 am I was at Chhata.

At 11:40 the bus dropped me at Chhatikara.

Sarai Kale Khan, Delhi to Chhatikara total travel time was 3 hours and 10 minutes.

At Chhatikara sharing autos/E.Rickshaws were available for Vrindavan (15-minute approx. journey).

I hired a sharing E.Rickshaw for Rs. 20 for Prem Mandir, Vrindavan.

Thus, I reached Vrindavan from Delhi having a comfortable journey.

Vrindavan to Delhi – Bus Fare & Travel Time

Vrindavan to Delhi journey by bus – That’s the plan.

I reached Chhatikara (a few km from Vrindavan town) via sharing auto.

Uttar Pradesh Parivahan Bus for Delhi was parked there. I enter and had a seat.

Chhatikara to Delhi bus fare was Rs. 176 per passenger.

The bus started its journey at 6:30 am.

8:15 am the bus was at Palwal.

9:00 am at Faridabad.

9:45 am we reached Sarai Kale Khan Inter-State Bus Terminus.

Chhatikara to Delhi’s total travel time was 3 hours and 15 minutes.

(Vrindavan to Chhatikara travel time by sharing auto – 15 minutes approx.)

Though the government bus was not luxurious, the condition of the bus engine and the driver’s skill – Excellent.

To be honest, I like traveling via government transport. And how was the highway road condition? – Excellent.

About: Gwalior Station

About - Gwalior Station (Madhya Pradesh, India)

Gwalior, the city of music, bravery, and saints, is a historical city of the country, which has been glorifying the Rajput, Pratihar, Kachwahe, Tomar, and Maratha (Scindia) states. The ancient fort and temple located here are the conductor of the saga of the grand history of the country. Its ancient name was also Padmavati. Copper coins were made here during the Mughal period. Enriched with the sagas of Man Singh Tomar and Mrignayani, this city has also been famous because of the music of emperor Tansen.

Not only because of being the workplace of personalities like Sufi Sant Mohammad Ghaus, Hazrat Mir Badshah, Hazrat Mansoor Shah, sarod maestro Hafiz Ali Khan Saheb, Gwalior Gharana representative Dr. Krishnarao Shankar Pandit, but also Mahadaji Scindia, who is considered the second Shivaji of the country, and has also been a witness to the sacrifice of Maharani Lakshmi Bai. The fort, Gujari Mahal, Man Mandir Mahal, Suraj Kund, Teli Ka Mandir, Saas Bahu Ka Mandir, Tansen’s Tomb, Ghaus Mohammad’s Dargah, Sarod Ghar, Surya Mandir, Jai Vilas Mahal, Gurudwara Bandi Chor are the places of interest here.

The Gwalior station came into existence with the formation of the Agra-Gwalior rail section. After that Gwalior station was transferred to the Bhopal-Jhansi section of the Indian Midland Railway whose headquarters was in Jhansi. Later this section was operated by G.I.P. Railways. The ‘two feet gauge’ railway line located in Jai Vilas Palace later extended to Bhind and Shivpuri. Today it is the only railway line of its kind serving passengers in the plains.

Maharaja Madho Rao Scindia laid a light narrow gauge rail line in his territory in 1899 between Gwalior-Bhind, Gwalior-Shivpuri, and in 1904 from Gwalior to Sabalgarh and in 1909 from Sabalgarh to Sheopur Kalan, which became famous as Gwalior Light Railway and today India’s heritage.

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