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Special Darshini Dasara buses for Mysore

 

The KSRTC has introduced 'Darshini' special Dasara buses for guests attending the Dasara festivities.

 

The KSRTC is introducing 'Deva Darshini' for touring temples and religious places, 'Giri Darshini' to visit hills and hillocks, 'Jala Darshini' for waterfalls and 'Nagara Darshani' for heritage and cultural city of Mysore.

 


The Darshinis will begin their operations in the KSRTC Sub-Urban bus stand every day from 6.30 am.

 

Reservation facility has been introduced in KSRTC reservation computers across the State, including the reservation counter in sub-urban bus stand.

 

Nagara darshini: The Nagara darshini bus will take the tourists to Jaganmohan Palace, Chamarajendra Zoo, Chamundi Hill, Nandi, Uttan-ahalli, Tripura Sundariamma temple, Nanjangud's Sri Kanteshwara Temple, Srirangapatna, Daria Daulat, Gol Gumbaz, Sri Nimishamba Temple, Sri Ranga-nathaswamy Temple. The bus covers a total distance of 145 kms. The fare is stipulated at Rs. 90 per head.

 

Deva Darshini: The Deva Darshini bus will take the tourists to Talkad, Somanathapura, Gaganachukki, Bharachukki, Srirangapatna and KRS, covering a total distance of 230 kms. The fare is stipulated at Rs. 150 per head.

 

Giri Darshini: The Giri Darshini bus will take the tourists to Bandipur, Himavad Gopalaswamy hills, B.R. Hills and Chamundi Hill covering a total distance of 305 kms. The fare is stipulated at Rs. 150 per head.

 

Jala Darshini: The Jala Darshini bus will take the tourists to Nagarhole, Irpu Falls, Madikeri's Raja Seat, Abbi Falls, Golden Temple, covering a total distance of 376 kms. The fare has been stipulated at Rs. 250 per head. These buses will be in operation until Sept. 30 and only the driver will man the bus.

 

The advance ticket reservation contact: Mob: 94808-15226 or 94808-15201


 

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