Delhi to kurukshetra Taxi

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Delhi To Kurukshtra Same Day Tour

 

About Kurukshtra

Kurukshetra is mostly preferred by travellers. The go to destination for types of travellers, be it family, kids and couples, Kurukshetra is, however, mostly preferred by by Couple, Group. The best season or months to visit places in Kurukshetra are February, March, September, October, November, December. Local attractions can be visited at any time of the day, be it early morning, afternoon, evening or night, as suitable for travellers. Kurukshetra can be visited in summer, monsoon or winter.

 

Famous Places To Visit In Kurukshtra

 

  • Jyotisar

Jyotisar is the place where the sacred book of Bhagwad Gita originated. It is located at a distance of 12 km from the region of Kurukshetra on the Pehowa Road. The name Jyotisar derives its name from the Hindi words, 'Jyoti’ meaning ‘light’ and 'Sar’ meaning ‘the core meaning’. According to legend, Lord Krishna revealed his Virat Rupa or Universal Form at this place.

  • Sannihit Sarovar

Sannihit Sarovar is a holy water tank, which is 1500x450 in size and is also an assembling place of all the sacred tirthas. People from different parts of India come here to take dip or for ‘pind daan’ for their ancestors, which is in case of unnatural death. There are many Purohits who have their offices on the banks of the sarovar and have the main duty of maintaining the records of all the pilgrims who come here for shradhs.    

  • Lakshmi Narayan Temple

The Lakshmi Narayan Temple is an ancient temple that belongs to the 18th century and the temple is dedicated to God Narayana and Goddess Laxmi. The structure of this temple is a double storied architecture with flights of steps running down.The temple basically stands on a massive platform with three different components like Vestibule, Sanctum and Saptaratha. The main aim behind the structure and establishment of sanctum-sanctorum is the seven projections.

  • Bhishma Kund

Bhisma Kund is located in the village of Narakatari and is a large water reservoir dedicated to the Grandsire of the Pandavas and Kauravas, Bhishma. The great battle of Mahabharata has been associated with the establishment of this reservoir because as the story goes, on the tenth day of the battle when Bhishma fell on the ground and was thirsty it was Arjuna who pierced an arrow into the ground to get water for him.

  • Brahmasarvoar

Brahmasarovar is an ancient sarovar with historical and religious importance and it is also one of the largest manmade bathing tanks in Asia. Abul Fazl, who was one of the historians in Akbar’s court, called it a ‘mini sea made by man’.

 

 

Delhi To  Kurukshtra Taxi Per/Kilometer wise Rates:

 

Approx Distance From Delhi to Kurukshtra:  163km

 

        Driver allowance Rs.200 per day

        Minimum 250 kilometers  per day

        Toll tax, state Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

             Driver allowance Rs.200 per day

             Minimum 250 kilometers  per day

             Toll tax, state Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

             Driver allowance Rs.200 per day

             Minimum 250 kilometers  per day

             Toll tax, state Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

             Driver allowance Rs.250 per day

             Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers per day

             Toll tax, state Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

             Driver allowance Rs.250 per day

             Minimum Limit 250 kilometers  per day

             Toll tax, state Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

             Driver allowance Rs.250 per day

             Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day  

             Toll tax, state Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

             Driver allowance Rs.300 per day  

             Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day

             Toll, Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

             Driver allowance Rs.300 per day  

             Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day

             Toll, Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

             Driver allowance Rs.300 per day

             Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day

             Toll, Tax and parking’s as per actual

 

             Driver allowance Rs.300 per day

             Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day

             Toll, Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

             Driver allowance Rs.300 per day

             Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day  

             Toll, Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

              Driver allowance Rs.300 per day

              Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day

              Toll, Tax and parking’s  as per actual

              Driver allowance Rs.300 per day  

              Minimum Limit is 250 kilometers  per day  

              Toll, Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

              Driver allowance Rs.350 per day  

              Minimum Limit 250 kilometers  per day  

              Toll, Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

              Driver allowance Rs.300 per day  

              Minimum Limit 250 kilometers  per day

              Toll, Tax and parking’s  as per actual

 

           Note : Time and Kilometers will be calculated from Delhi to Delhi.

           

 

Excluded:

 

  • Meal
  • Guide
  • Entrance Tickets
  • Driver Tips
  • State Tax
  • Toll Tax
  • Parkiing

 

Payment Options:

 

  • 20% Advance Payment
  • Online- Credit/Debit Cards
  • Cash Pickup from your home/office
  • Bank Deposits
  • Pay Driver

 

 

Comments   

 
0 #2 susuan 2015-07-11 06:48
they are providing the best service it is wonderful place for my life.
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0 #1 Akram 2014-09-22 05:04
i am satisfied with your service totally. you driver was well knowledged it heiped us alot to know the place. Thanks alot.
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