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Travel to Baroda from Pune by Bus

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Some people says that the history and trade of a city decides the snapshot and its type. Being the social capital of Maharashtra a lot may also be ascribed to the best historical past of this location, which has given the nation pioneers like Shivaji and Lokmanya Tilak. Some of the high getaways from Pune are the slopes and the forts around it. There are quite a lot of interesting recorded attractions simplest a short distance from Pune that can be noticeable over a pair days, in the occasion that you simply effectively put together your time proper. Baroda or Vadodara as it is now known is also known as a “Cultured City”. The best time to visit this city is during the Navratri festival that is the 9 day festival when people dance around their diety Goddess Durga late until night. This dance is famously known as “Garba”. Local musicians play traditional songs and women and men dressed in traditional attire perform Garba in circles. It is a site worth watching. This 9 day festival ends on the 10th day which is the Dashmi or Dassehra. We got to see people burning the images, idols of Ravana which depicts the end of bad things.

Alternatively, Baroda certainly overpowers because of its myriad attractions. Exciting history, bustling shopping streets and regional food are some of the attractive things that pull visitors to this place. Although, there are numerous ways of reaching Baroda from Pune, a bus ride will be the most exciting one, as you are going to surpass scenic hamlets, historic constructions and alluring fields.

Traveling from Pune to Baroda is quite convenient since it has some major bus terminals. I booked online bus tickets from redbus at cheaper rates. I opted for an AC Sleeper bus owned by H.K. Travels. The road journey turned out to be a pleasant one! I boarded the bus from Pune at around 7pm and reached Baroda at 5am.The distance between Pune and Vadodara (Baroda) is 420.0 kms by road. H.K. Travels bus was very clean and comfortable, it gave rest stops too.

There are many bus-boarding points in Pune like Padmavati Parking, Ashray Hotel, Shankar Sheth Road, Fatima Nagar, Wakadewadi, Nashik Phata, Chinchwad, Nigdi and many more. Travelling by bus is easy due to many bus terminals in the city. Besides, the smooth connectivity of roadways help commuters to take up a bus without any hassle. My journey by bus was amazing and the bus staff was very cooperative and helpful.

Pune has been a lovely place in Maharashtra with rich Maharashtrian culture. Pune is also one of the best education centres in Maharashtra. From Parks to historical monuments to architectural buildings to water bodies to temples and holy places you can find them all in this beautiful city. The best time to visit this city is during the Ganesh Festival. The entire city is lit in colourful lights for 11 days with people wearing their traditional attire and dancing to the rich traditional lazim dance.


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