With effect from October 10, 2023, IndiGo, India’s favorite carrier, has started service in Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh. Within the vast 6E network, Khajuraho is the 112th overall and 80th domestic destination.
Along with providing passengers with more travel options, these new daily flights between Varanasi and Khajuraho, as well as the daily one-stop flight between Delhi and Khajuraho via Varanasi, also present exciting opportunities for those looking to explore the lovely temple towns of Khajuraho and Varanasi.
Head of Global Sales at IndiGo, Vinay Malhotra, stated, “We are excited to begin operations to/from Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh. By linking Khajuraho, these new routes improve accessibility and interstate connectivity even more. By launching these flights, IndiGo furthers its mission to connect people with locations and give them more options for hassle-free travel. Additionally, these new lines will support U.S. tourist and economic growth. IndiGo is still dedicated to offering travelers an unmatched network of economical, on-time, courteous, and hassle-free travel experiences.
The historic Madhya Pradesh city of Khajuraho, once known as Kharjuravahaka, has a long history. Khajuraho is one of the most well-liked tourist attractions in Madhya Pradesh due to the magnificence of its statues and temples, which were constructed during the Middle Ages by the Chandela Dynasty. The majority of the nation’s medieval Hindu and Jain temples are found at Khajuraho, which is also known for its exquisite and occasionally controversial sculptures. The three groups of these temples are Eastern, Western, and Southern.
The Western group is home to temples including Lakshmana, Matangeshwara, Varaha, Kandariya Mahadev, Chitragupta, Parvati, Vishwanatha, and Nandi, and it is located close to the archaeological museum. Vamana, Javari, and Parsvanatha Temple are part of the Eastern Group, whereas Duladeo and Chaturbhuja Temple are part of the Southern Group. Along with these temples, Khajuraho is home to a number of other tourist destinations, including the Panna National Park, Raneh Waterfall, Kalinjar Fort, Dhubela Museum, and the Archaeological Museum of Khajuraho.
Customers can purchase tickets on our official website, www.goIndiGo.in, to help them organize their trip. These new flights will improve the airline’s domestic connection even more.
Source- Travel daily