Dehradun to Gwalior Flights

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Gwalior, which derives its name from the ancient rock stronghold that sits at the heart of the city, is a significant cultural, industrial, and political hub. Gopa Parvat, Gopachal Durg, Gopagiri, and Gopadiri are all names that translate to "cowherd's hill," respectively.

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About Dehradun to Gwalior flights 

  • Distance between Dehradun and Gwalior: The aerial distance between Dehradun and Gwalior is approximately 456 km.
  • Dehradun and Gwalior flight details: Many airlines offer flights between Dehradun and Gwalior. The most advantageous airline for a flight to Gwalior is IndiGo. You may easily get return flights from Gwalior to Dehradun with IndiGo.
  • Dehradun and Gwalior flight timings: Traveling from Dehradun to Gwalior with IndiGo is convenient and comfortable. The travel time to Gwalior is about 3 hrs and 45 mins.
  • Dehradun and Gwalior flight ticket price: The best option for you if you are looking for the lowest fare flight from Dehradun to Gwalior is IndiGo. Flights to Gwalior cost between ₹10,000 and ₹23,000.
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About Gwalior

Gwalior is a city in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. It is well-known for its palaces and temples, particularly the intricately carved Hindu temple ‘Saas Bahu Ka Mandir’. Gwalior Fort is situated on a sandstone plateau above the city and is accessible by a winding path surrounded by sacred Jain monuments. Within the fort's high walls lies the 15th-century Gujari Mahal Palace, now an archaeological museum.

Places to visit in Gwalior

  • Gwalior Fort: Babur, the Mughal emperor, called the Gwalior Fort "the pearl among fortresses in India," one of the most formidable defences in all of northern and southern India. The entire city is dominated by this enormous structure, which is perched on a huge rocky mountain not far from Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh, central India. It has been a part of the city's identity and architecture since the sixth century, according to the evidence. The second-oldest known reference to the number "zero" was found there, as a carving within a temple on the fort's summit.
  • Man Mandir Palace: Man Mandir Palace, which is located at the northeastern extremity of the fort, was built between 1486 and 1516 by Man Singh Tomar, the Tomar ruler. Even though the palace was destroyed because it couldn't withstand time, the remaining pieces still showcase the amazing carvings and decorations from that historical era. The two open courts of the palace are separated by two-storey apartments. There are other prison cells that were built underground by the Mughals afterwards. Here, Aurangzeb put his brother Murad in prison and slowly poisoned him with opium till he passed away. By finding a local tour, you can discover a lot of interesting information about the region and see parts of the palace that you wouldn't otherwise be able to see.
  • Tomb of Tansen: Tansen was a renowned vocalist in Akbar's courts throughout the Middle Ages and one of India's greatest musicians. He was also one of the "nine pearls" of the Mughal court. Tansen was said to be able to make magic, conjure rain, and even enchant animals with his music. The master who was his teacher, Mohammad Ghaus, taught him Hindustani classical music. He fostered the Dhrupad fashion and established the Gwalior Gharana musical genre. His final resting place is a wonderful example of architecture, and it is conveniently located next to his mentor. The Tansen Music Festival is held here each November, drawing well-known musicians from all over the country to perform in a range of classical concerts.
  • Scindia Museum: Jivaji Rao Scindia is the subject of one of Madhya Pradesh's most well-known museums. It began in 1964 and now takes up about 35 rooms at Jai Villas Palace. The museum is renowned for its collection of artefacts, including paintings, sculptures, literature, and coins. The museum is a great place to study Gwalior's past, especially the Scindia dynasty.
  • Gwalior Zoo: The zoo is simply one more award for the thriving, historically significant city of Gwalior. The Gwalior Zoo, which Madhao Rao Scindia of the royal dynasty constructed in 1922, is a component of the larger garden known as Phool Bagh and is home to various rare species of animals. Here, wild animals including spotted deer, black bucks, sambhars, white tigers, golden peacocks, and hyenas may be seen. Numerous smaller populations of crocodiles, snakes, monkeys, and birds also reside in the zoo. Due to the existence of rare species of wild animals there, the 8 hectares of land that make up the zoo have been recognised as a protected site and are looked after by the Municipal Corporation of Gwalior as part of its legacy.

Rajmata Vijaya Raje Scindhia Airport, Gwalior

The city of Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, is served by Rajmata Vijaya Raje Scindhia Airport, a domestic airport, and Indian Air Force Station. It may be found at Maharajpur, 10 km to the northeast of the municipal limits. It is one of Madhya Pradesh's six airports. The airport occupies 760 acres of space. On 29 acres of land, the civil enclave was constructed. Rajmata Vijaya Raje Scindhia Gwalior Airport's IATA code is GWL.

About Dehradun

Dehradun is one of India's oldest cities. The Garhwal Mandal, of which Dehradun is a part, was known as the Kedar Khand in Vedic times. Dehradun was given the name Drona Ashram, which translates to "The Abode of Drona," in accordance with folklore because Guru Dronacharaya, a Brahmin battle instructor, thought it to be an appropriate place for prayer and meditation. Consequently, the valley of Doon earned its name. About 235 km separate Dehradun from Delhi in the state of Uttarakhand in northern India (formerly known as Uttar Pradesh). Dehradun is well-connected to other North Indian cities by train, road, and air.

Jolly Grant Airport, Dehradun 

Jolly Grant Airport, sometimes referred to as Dehradun Airport, is located 25 km from Dehradun, the Indian state of Uttarakhand's capital. Commercial operations began on March 30, 2008, after the runway was extended to accommodate larger aircraft. A new terminal building was dedicated in February 2009. The current passenger terminal was inaugurated in October 2021. India's thirty-busiest airport is Dehradun Airport, which is located 20 km from Rishikesh and 35 km from Haridwar. The IATA code for Jolly Grant Airport is DED.

FAQs about Dehradun to Gwalior flights

What would I do if I misplaced my purse on the way to Gwalior?

All responsibility for customers’ purses and other personal items rests solely with them. IndiGo disclaims any liability for any loss or damage to a passenger's hand baggage or other personal goods.

Can I use my phone to check-in while en route to Gwalior?

Yes, you can use a mobile device to check-in. Both seat selection and printing of your electronic boarding pass are available. For mobile check-in, you must download the IndiGo app.

Does IndiGo offer complimentary meals?

There are no complimentary meals or snacks on IndiGo flights. However, you can order meals in advance when making a booking or by getting in touch with IndiGo later.

Do IndiGo's flights to Gwalior include cotton and earplugs?

At this time, cotton or earplugs are not offered on IndiGo flights.

Is it acceptable for me to bring two handbags on an IndiGo aircraft to Gwalior?

No, each customer is limited to a single 115 cm long, 7 kg maximum weight handbag. 

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