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 Jaipur Mini Bus Route No. 8 – Malviya Nagar to Bhakrota


Jaipur’s private city mini bus route no. 8 travels from the Malviya Nagar locality of Jaipur to Bhakrota in the east. This is an approx. 45km long route that takes about 2hrs 40mins to complete. This route covers some popular areas and sites of Jaipur such as the Gaurav Tower in Malviya Nagar, Jaipuriya Hospital, the walled city area, SMS Hospital, Government Hostel at MI Road, Sodala and Purani Chungi.

Jaipur’s private city mini buses running on route no. 8 start moving from the well-developed locality of Malviya Nagar. It crosses Jaipurites’ most favourite hangout spot, Gaurav Tower, which is more popularly called GT. The bus then boards passengers from Jaipuriya Hospital, Gopalpura, Tonk Phatak, Rambagh and SMS Hospital. It then crosses the main city area, stopping by at Ajmeri Gate, Choti Chaupad, Chandpol. From Chandpol, the travels to the city’s main bus stand, Sindhi Camp via Government Hostel. It then covers 2.6km to reach Ajmeri Pulia, from where the bus on this route heads towards Sodala. It then stops by at Purani Chungi and Hirapura Bypass to finally reach Bhakrota.

Stops

Distance

Estimated Time

Malviya Nagar to Gaurav Tower

2.6km

6mins

Gaurav Tower to Jaipuriya Hospital

0.8km

3mins

Jaipuriya Hospital to Gopalpura

5.5km

16mins

Gopalpura to Tonk Phatak

1.4km

6mins

Tonk Phatak to Rambagh

4.8km

14mins

Rambagh to SMS Hospital

1.2km

4mins

SMS Hospital to Ajmeri Gate

1.5km

8mins

Ajmeri Gate to Choti Chaupad

0.8km

10mins

Choti Chaupad to Chandpol

0.7km

5mins

Chandpol to Government Hostel

2.3km

11mins

Government Hostel to Sindhi Camp

1.3km

6mins

Sindhi Camp to Ajmeri Pulia

2.6km

9mins

Ajmeri Pulia to Sodala

4.1km

12mins

Sodala to Purani Chungi

2.6km

8mins

Purani Chungi to Hirapura Bypass

3.6km

12mins

Hirapura Bypass to Bhakrota

5.4km

13mins

 

 


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