All Bus Operators From Sirohi to Karad
Sirohi is situated in southern Rajasthan in western India. Sirohi has a chain of 14 Jain temples and is also known as ‘Devnagri’ (land of lords or temple city). Initially, Sirohi was the capital of princely state ruled by Deora Rajput. It has five Tehsils (administrative blocks) – Pindwara, Aburoad, Reodar, Sheogani and Sirohi. Place to Stay
There are various places to stay in Sirohi. Hotel Kalpataru Palace (Tariff – Rs. 500 onwards) near the new bus stand, Hotel Baba Ramdev (Tariff – Rs. 1500 onwards), Atul Guest House (Tariff – Rs. 600 onwards), Siyava Valley Resort (Rs. 1750 onwards), Hotel Rajkamal (Tariff – Rs. 700 onwards), Kabra Inn (Rs. 800). Language
The official language of Sirohi is Hindi. The locals speak Marwadi. Event
Mahavir Jayanti is celebrated with great fervor. There is a festival where unmarried and married women offer their prayers to Goddess Parvati for prosperity and long life of their husbands. Unmarried girls seek good husbands. A colourful procession is taken out on this occasion. Gangaur hold a special place for the Garasia tribal, in Siorhi - Mt. Abu region.Places of Interest
Sirohi is known for Sirohi Fort located at the Siranwa Hill. This fort is located on the eastern slope. Kesar Villa Palace an exquisite building located in Sirohi Fort is worth visiting. Sirohi is a significant place in Jain pilgrimage. Ajari, Basanth Garh, Varman, Ambeshwar Ji Temple, Jirawal Temple, Karodidhwaj Temple are few of such temples. How to Get There
There is an air strip in Sirohi. The nearest airport to Sirohi is Dabok Airport (88.67 Km) and Jodhpur Airport (162.52 Km).
Sirohi is connected with various cities across Rajasthan. Nearest railway station to Sirohi are Sirohi Road station and Abu Road station. Express trains enrooted to Gujarat and Ajmer pass through Sirohi Road station.
Air-conditioned, non air-conditioned and Volvo bus services ply between Jaipur and Sirohi. Avail of bus ticket booking coupons
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Karad, a city in Maharashtra’s Satara district, is also known as the sugar bowl of Maharashtra owing to the numerous sugar factories that dot the vicinity. This city lies on the banks of rivers Krishna and Koyana. The confluence of both rivers is locally known as Preeti Sangam, which means lovely meeting. Some of the tourist attractions nearby are Satara, Mandwa, Panchgani, Panhala and Kolhapur.
Places to Stay
The city of Karad provides good budget hotels. A few of these include Hotel Shree Annapurna Prasad (Tariff – Rs.475), Hotel Sai Praithana (Tariff – Rs.584), Hotel Sagar (Tariff – Rs.487) and Hotel Shreeman (Tariff – Rs.949).
The languages spoken in Karad are Marathi and Hindi.
The most important festivals in Karad are Makar Sankranti in January, Gudi Padwa and Holi in March, Jiviti Puja celebrated in July-August, Ganesh Chaturthi in August-September, Dussehra in September and Diwali during October-November.
Places of Interest
There are interesting sightseeing destinations around Karad. Some of these are Krishna Ghat (2 km), Kashil (27 km), Dadholi (31 km), Narayanwadi (19 km) and khodshi Dam, located 7 km away from Karad.
How to Get There
There is a small airstrip in Karad (4 km), which is the nearest airport. However, the major airport is located 75 km away in Kolhapur.
Karad Railway Station is 7 km away from the city centre and connects the city to other nearby states.
There are regular state-run and private buses travelling to and fro the surrounding states. Private bus operators such as Jyotirling Travels provide daily trips from Mumbai to Karad. Get discount on bus booking through various travel websites like Ticketgoose.com and visit your desired holiday destination.
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