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Kathmandu to Varanasi bus ticket, Bus ticket counter in Kathmandu  for Varanasi bus ticket, Kathmandu to Varanasi bus fare, Online ticket for Kathmandu to Varanasi.Every day regular bus leave to Vanarasi from kathmandu. Bus leave 12 Am  one day which next day 1 Pm. if sunday bus leave 12 Am, Monday will be 1 Pm. It is 12 hours journey for the 600 km long journey from Kathmandu.

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Before Bus  time to Vanarasi at 12 Am. Now a days secdule change for the time of start from Kathmandu. Every day at 6 Pm bus leave from kathmandu to varanasi.Bus leave to varanasi  6-7 pm and reached to sunoli at morning then acess to vranasi about 3 pm afternoon next day. From Varanasi bus leave to kathmandu at 10 Pm night and arrive in kathmandu 3 pm afternoon.

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KATHMANDU: Nepal and India today launched a direct bus service between Kathmandu and Varanasi from here, linking the two prominent cities - home to Pashupatinath and Kashi Vishwanath temples.

The regular Kathmandu-Varanasi-Kathmandu bus service was flagged off from near Dashrath Stadium in Kathmandu and would cover about 600 kilometres distance during its journey of about 12 hours.


Nepal Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport Bimalendra Nidhi and Ambassador of India to Nepal Ranjit Rae flagged off the service at a function.

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The Nepalese registered ceremonial bus will follow the route Kathmandu-Bhairahawa-Sunauli-Azamgarh-Varanasi.

The bus service is expected to enhance people to people contact and further strengthen ties between people of India and Nepal. It is also likely to have a positive impact on the tourism industry as both Kathmandu and Varanasi are popular tourist destinations, a statement by Indian embassy said.

The service is being started under the ambit of Motor Vehicle Agreement between India and Nepal which was signed between the two countries during the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Kathmandu for SAARC Summit in November last year, it said.

Another regular bus service operated by Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (UPSRTC) from Varanasi to Kathmandu through the same route was flagged-off from Varanasi by the state's Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav yesterday.

(from Hindu Times)

KATHMANDU, MAR 06 - A regular Kathmandu-Varanasi bus service was flagged off amid a function in the Capital on Thursday.

The Nepali registered ceremonial bus will follow the Kathmandu-Bhairahawa-Sunauli-Azamgarh-Varanasi route. The bus would be covering about 600 kms during its journey of about 12 hours.

The bus service has been started under the provisions of Motor Vehicle Agreement between Nepal and India during the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Nepal during the 19th Saarc Summit in November last year.

Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport Bimalendra Nidhi and Ambassador of India to Nepal Ranjit Rae flagged off the bus service.  The flag-off ceremony was conducted from a spot near Dashrath Stadium, Kathmandu.Another regular bus operated by Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (UPSRTC) from Varanasi to Kathmandu through the same route was also flagged-off from Varanasi bythe Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Akhilesh Yadav on Wednesday.  UPSRTC has fixed the ticket cost of Varanasi to Kathmandu bus at about Rs 2,100.

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“The start of regular bus service between Kathmandu and Varanasi is expected to enhance people to people contact and further strengthen ties between people of India and Nepal.


The bus service is also likely to have a positive impact on the tourism industry as both Kathmandu and Varanasi are popular tourist destinations,” said a statement issued by the Indian Embassy in Kathmandu.


Regular bus service on Kathmandu-Delhi route is already operating since November 25 last year.


In the next phase Pokhara-Delhi route would be made operational for which consultation process between the officials of the two governments is already underway, added the statement.

To discuss the issues related to implementation of bilateral Motor Vehicle Agreement for regulation of passenger traffic, an Indian delegation from Ministry

of Road Transport & Highways participated in a meeting with their Nepali

counterparts in Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport on Wednesday.


The implementation of this bilateral agreement would facilitate seamless and hassle-free movement of people between India and Nepal, said the Indian Embassy statement.


Along with the launching the bus service, flagging-off ceremony of Kathmandu-Varanasi service coincided with the flag-off of the first Indo-Nepal Friendship Motor Rally which was conducted on the same day at the same function.


Minister of Youth and Sports Purushottam Paudel and Indian Ambassador Rae flagged off the Motor Rally.


Posted on: 2015-03-06 10:08(From Ekantiur)

n a step aimed at boosting Buddhist and religious tourism, a direct AC bus service between Varanasi and Kathmandu was flagged off by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav in Varanasi on Wednesday. Stating that the Samajwadi Party government favoured friendly ties with neighbours, the Chief Minister noted that apart from aiding in the economic and social development of the people of the two countries, the service would be instrumental in tourism promotion.


The Varanasi to Kathmandu service is called the “Bharat-Nepal Maitri Bus Seva” (India-Nepal Friendship Bus Service). Ten buses of the rural bus service dubbed as Lohia Gramin Bus Seva were also flagged off by the Chief Minister.


Addressing the function at the Police Lines in Varanasi, Mr. Yadav said the city will soon have a Metro rail. He said a detailed report (DPR) of the project would be prepared in the next six months and added that four cities will have the Metro rail.


Referring to the availability of power in Varanasi, the Chief Minister said uninterrupted electricity was being supplied to the ghats along the Ganga in the city. A similar arrangement of power supply will be made in Sarnath, he said.


The Varanasi to Kathmandu AC bus will depart Varanasi at 10.30 p.m. and reach Kathmandu at 10.30 a.m.the next day via Azamgarh, Gorakhpur and Sonauli (Maharajganj district). The fare from Varanasi to Kathmandu is Rs. 1,333; from Azamgarh to Kathmandu Rs. 1,117; Gorakhpur to Kathmandu Rs. 688 and Sonauli to Kathmandu, Rs. 645.

(The Hindu)

Varanasi to Kathmandu Buses

A new direct air-conditioned Varanasi-Kathmandu bus service, called the “Bharat-Nepal Maitri Bus Seva” (India-Nepal Friendship Bus Service), was launched in early March 2015.

The bus takes approximately 12 hours to complete the journey, making bus travel a more appealing option than previously. According to the timetable, it departs Varanasi at 10.30 p.m. and reaches Kathmandu at 10.30 a.m. the next day. The rout goes via Azamgarh, Gorakhpur and Sonauli, and Bhairahawa.

The fare from Varanasi to Kathmandu is 1,333 rupees. From Gorakhpur to Kathmandu, it's 688 rupees, and 645 rupees from the Sonauli border to Kathmandu.

KATHMANDU:  Nepal and India today launched a direct bus service between Kathmandu and Varanasi, linking the two prominent cities - home to the Pashupatinath and Kashi Vishwanath temples respectively.

The regular Kathmandu-Varanasi-Kathmandu bus service was flagged off from near Dashrath Stadium in Kathmandu, and would cover a distance of about 600 km in a journey that would take about 12 hours.


Nepal's Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport, Bimalendra Nidhi, and Ambassador of India to Nepal, Ranjit Rae, flagged off the service at a function.

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The Nepali-registered ceremonial bus will follow the route Kathmandu-Bhairahawa-Sunauli-Azamgarh-Varanasi. The bus service is aimed at enhancing people-to-people contact between the two countries.


It is also expected to have a positive impact on the tourism industry, as both Kathmandu and Varanasi are popular tourist destinations, a statement by the Indian embassy said.


The service is being started under the ambit of Motor Vehicle Agreement between India and Nepal, which was signed between the two countries during the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Kathmandu for the SAARC Summit in November last year.


Another regular bus service operated by the Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (UPSRTC) from Varanasi to Kathmandu through the same route was flagged-off from Varanasi by the state's Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav yesterday.

Inaugurating the Varanasi-Kathmandu bus service, Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav assured people of more and more development for the state. He also took potshots at the BJP-led Central government.

Akhilesh ridiculed the Wi-Fi service introduced by the Centre at the Varanasi ghats, besides questioning it on the issue of black money.

However, the chief minister also said that he was ready to support the Centre in its initiatives and expected reciprocal behaviour from the Narendra Modi-led government.

Addressing the gathering after introducing the Varanasi-Kathmandu ‘Maitri Bus Service’, besides Lohia Gramin Bus Service, Akhilesh said that when a Union minister called him up about the bus service, he was promptly told that the state government was ready to do it.

He also pointed out that the state government was now planning to bring Metro in four major cities of the states. Detailed Project Reports (DPRs) are being prepared and he expected the Centre to provide proactive support on this front, the CM said. He added that the bus service would serve to improve the conditions of the youth and also promote tourism. Besides, people who have come from Nepal in search of livelihood would also benefit from this service.

He also reminded the gathering that, during his father Mulayam Singh Yadav’s regime, the Sonauli border with Nepal had been opened on his father’s initiative.

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