06 Oct Journey of India
Are you planning a trip to India? Here are some guidelines on how to get advertising in India
India is the largest democracy in the world, which holds the second largest population in the world, in a landscape full of rivers and plains, mountains and valleys, snow caps and seas. Road, rail and air connectivity in the country is one of the best of its kind. The Indian railways are a government run business, very well developed and reaching almost every corner of the country. Where the modern large caliber cannot reach, the narrow gauge does.
After 2017, the Indian government has also made considerable efforts to promote airport development. Many new international and national destinations have been added and existing ones improved. The new government has also taken the streets with a vengeance, building new and better roads, including national and state highways. With the advent of services like Ola and Uber in the Indian market, renting cars for domestic and long-distance journeys is a breeze. Not only for locals, but also for tourists. So, if you are looking for options to reach India and travel within the country, you are probably doing it at the best possible time.
:By air This region consists of hills, slopes, irregular valleys and many rivers and streams. However, reaching most of the vacation destinations in the Himalaya region is a fairly smooth journey. There are two main international airports in the region if you travel outside India; namely Indira Gandhi International Airport (Delhi) and Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport (Amritsar).
By train – The main railway stations to reach the Himalayan region include Delhi, Haridwar, Amritsar, Dalhousie and Shimla. Most cities have their own railway station and regular railroad trains of Indian railways. You can also choose to travel by taxi, private taxi or book an Ola Outstation by downloading the Ola app. Public buses like HRTC (for long-distance journeys in Himachal Pradesh) are good and cheap, but private buses are much more comfortable and luxurious. When traveling in a city, the cheapest option is the auto rickshaw. Or you can rent a car. The hill stations also offer bikes and mopeds for hire.
North India and Rajasthan
By train – The northern and western railroad wing of the Indian railways serves most of the cities of Punjab, Rajasthan, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh. Two of the fastest trains on the Delhi-Jaipur-Mumbai route are the Rajdhani and the Shatabdi Express. A special Maharaja Express is also run by Jaipur in Mumbai, famous throughout the world for its exceptional real services during your trip. The Palace on Wheels is another opulent train journey, covering New Delhi from Jaipur to Sawai Madhopur, Udaipur and other destinations up to Agra in 7 days. The main stations of this region include Delhi, Amritsar, Agra, Jaipur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer.
On Road – State-run local buses are available such as PUNBUS for travel in the state of Punjab and RSRTC for Rajasthan. In Delhi, you can hire local green-yellow cars and taxis that run by the meter. Even Ola and Uber bend. Women traveling alone in Delhi must be very careful at night.
West and centra India
By air -: Mumbai being the hub of western India, rail, road and air connectivity is well developed in these areas. Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (Mumbai), Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport (Ahmedabad, Gujarat) and Goa International Airport serve international travelers to India.
By train: Western railways are very well maintained and operate regular trains throughout this region. Some of the biggest crossings here include Vadodara Station (Gujarat), Mumbai Central (Mumbai), Bhopal Station, Indore Station etc. –
On the road -: MSRTC and GSRTC operate scheduled buses inside and outside Maharashtra and Goa. You can rent an Ola Outstation car (sedan, SUV or mini) or a private taxi for road trips. Internally, Mumbai boasts one of the fastest and most complex rail connections. So you have to travel on the local train at least once. Or take the local BEST red bus. There are the usual yellow-black cars, taxis and Ola, Uber in Mumbai. Indore, Bhopal, Goa etc. also have Ola and Uber services.
East and North East India
By air: Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport (Kolkata) and Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport (Guwahati) are the two main international airports in this region. –
By train: – You can use the trains of the Indian railways when you travel internally; especially in the North East. These trips to Darjeeling, Sikkim etc. They are very picturesque and wind their way through tea gardens, rolls of greens and endless mountains with waterways and waterfalls. The main railway stations include Calcutta, Darjeeling and Guwahati. –
By road: – If they are looking for state-run local buses, ASTC (Assam) and Calcutta State Transport Corporation are using them. Also available are Uber and Ola in Kolkata and station cars. As are private cars and taxis. When traveling internally in Calcutta, don’t miss the trams and cars by hand.
By air: The terrain of southern India is also as varied as the north, with rivers and plains, hills and ponds, paddy fields and palm trees. Crossing this land might seem like a long and arduous journey, but it’s surprisingly easy. For international travelers, there are many airports in the south that meet flights from all over the world. That is to say, Cochin International Airport (Cochi, Kerala), Kempegowda International Airport (Bangalore, Karnataka), Chennai International Airports and Coimbatore in Tamilnadu.
By train: The southern wing of the Indian railways operates quite easily and connects almost all the main destinations. You will find railway stations and major junctions such as Kozhikode and Alleppey in Kerala, Bangalore and Mysore in Karnataka, Chennai in Tamil Nadu. Some luxurious and luxurious train journeys include the Southern Splendor tour of The Golden Chariot (Bangalore, Mysore, Goa). –
By road: Public buses handle most destinations. Famous are the KSRTC (Kerala), the BMTC (Bangalore and the surrounding areas) and the TNSTC (all of Tamil Nadu). You can also rent a car, call a taxi or book Uber / Ola. – In addition, ponds and rivers are navigable in many places. So a ferry ride or a pier / boat can also become your choice of transportation when you go to idyllic islands.