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Burhanpur to Nizamabad
Updated on : Oct 28, 2016 08:05 AM
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  • Hans Travels Burhanpur Nizamabad Rs.800 Hans Travels operates 2 buses from Burhanpur to Nizamabad with starting price of Rs.800. First bus starts at 08:45 PM and last bus at 09:45 PM.
  • Khurana Travels Burhanpur Nizamabad Rs.1800 Khurana Travels operates 2 buses from Burhanpur to Nizamabad with starting price of Rs.1800. First bus starts at 09:15 PM and last bus at 10:00 PM.

About Burhanpur

Burhanpur is a small city in Madhya Pradesh. It is located on the banks of Tapti River and is rich with Mughul built monuments. The city is well known for cloth and bananas. The economy of the city is entirely depended on agriculture. Burhanpur is also known for some Bohri Muslim dedicated monuments. Among this is the Dargah-e-Hakimi dedicated to Dawoodi Bohri and is visited by my Bohri community people every year. Burhanpur has the largest Power Loom industry in the state. Besides this industry, there are many textile factories built across. Apart from shrines and other religious locations, there are nothing much to explore.

About Nizamabad

Nizamabad is a city located in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The city enjoyed some golden days during Nizam-ul-Mulk who ruled the city for long term. The reason why Nizamabad is famous is because of the Nizam Sugar Factory which is the biggest one in Asia. Moreover, the town is known for rich culture mixed with different religion. People living in Nizamabad enjoy celebrating festivals like Janda and Neelkanthaeshwara which are celebrated in great pomp. When it comes to tourism, Nizamabad has many places to explore. For people who love exploring history they can visit Archeological and Heritage Museum that has some interesting things to explore. For religious tour, you can visit Khilla Ramalayam Temple, Sri Raghunatha Temple, Kentu Masjid and few others. Other interesting places to explore in Nizamabad are: Domakonda Fort, Nizam Sagar Dam, Manchippa, Sri Raghunatha Temple and few others.