Secunderabad to Burhanpur - Bus Fare & Timings
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Secunderabad to Burhanpur Bus Services
There are 2 bus operator(s) providing bus service from Secunderabad to Burhanpur. The top bus operator(s) for Secunderabad to Burhanpur route is Shree Khurana Travels. The first bus from Secunderabad departs at 03:45 PM and is operated by Khurana Travels and the last bus departs at 04:50 PM and is operated by Khurana Travels. The minimum fare from Secunderabad to Burhanpur Bus is Rs. 1100.00/- departing at 04:45 PM. One can also avail of Volvo AC, Volvo AC Sleeper, AC Sleeper, AC Seater, Non AC Sleeper, Non AC Seater on this route. The bus(es) usually take a maximum of 13 hours to complete the journey. The most preferred pickup points for Secunderabad to Burhanpur buses are Balamrai checkpost, Balamrai check post.
Secunderabad is a popular suburb in Hyderabad, and is one of the largest cantonments in India. The city has the largest army and air force presence. The place is well developed right since British era and has still retained the British era charm. The city has some good ancient temples built which has a good architectural design. Secunderabad is the house of various communities including Parsis and Anglo-Indians. The city is developing rapidly in all means and is currently turning into cosmopolitan city. Some of the major attractions in Secunderabad are: Spanish Mosque, Rashtrapati Nilayam, Ujjaini Mahankali Matha Temple, Sree Ayyappa Devasthanam Temple, Jama Masjid etc.
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.