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 Jaipur Mini Bus Route No. 21 – Pashu Hatwada to Panchyawala


Jaipur mini bus route no. 21 covers the route from Pashu Hatwada, which is located near Ramgarh Road, to Panchyawala, which makes up to be approx. 44km. It takes about 2hrs 10mins for the bus to cover this distance.

The buses on this route start from Pashu Hatwada, near Ramgarh Road and travel to Sarwa, then to the ‘kachi basti’ of Idgah, Galta Gate and Transport Nagar. From here the bus enters the city area, stopping by at Ghat Gate, Sanganeri Gate, Ajmeri Gate and then move to Rambagh via SMS Hospital. It then crosses Bais Godam and Sodala to reach Purani Chungi, which is located in Vidyut Nagar, Jaipur. It then stops by at Jharkhand Mahadev, Nursery Circle on Amrapali Marg, Amrapali Circle in Vaishali Nagar and further moves to Karni Palace and Bajri Mandi Rad, from where it travels to Panchyawala, which is the final destination of this route.

Stops

Distance

Estimated Time

Pashu Hatwada to Sarwa

5.5km

13mins

Sarwa to Idgah

4.3km

8mins

Idgah to Galta Gate

1.9km

4mins

Galta Gate to Transport Nagar

1.7km

6mins

Transport Nagar to Ghat Gate

1.2km

6mins

Ghat Gate to Sanganeri Gate

0.85km

4mins

Sanganeri Gate to Ajmeri Gate

1km

7mins

Ajmeri Gate to SMS Hospital

2km

7mins

SMS Hospital to Rambagh

0.9km

4mins

Rambagh to Bais Godam

5.7km

14mins

Bais Godam to Sodala

2.3km

10mins

Sodala to Purani Chungi

2.8km

8mins

Purani Chungi to Jharkhand Mahadev

2.8km

7mins

Jharkhand Mahadev to Nursery Circle

2.1km

7mins

Nursery Circle to Amrapali Circle

3.9km

10mins

Amrapali Circle to Karni Palace

2.1km

5mins

Karni Palace to Bajri Mandi Road

1.1km

3mins

Bajri Mandi Road to Panchyawala

1.9km

7mins

 

 


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