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 Jaipur Mini Bus Route No. 11 – Beelwa to Dadi ka Phatak


Jaipur mini bus route no. 11 covers the distance from Beelwa to Dadi ka Phatak. It takes about 2hrs 55 mins for the bus running on route no.11 to cover this 58km (approx.) route.

The bus on this route starts from Beelwa and travel to Haldighati Marg in Sanganer, via Shyam Vatika and Vatika Mod. The bus then stops by at Pratap Plaza in Pratap Nagar, next at Sanganer Goshala, which lies just 1.3km from Pratap Plaza. From here it reaches Malpura Gate at Sanganer via Sanganer Thana. The bus then stops by at RIICO Industrial Area in Mansarovar. It further covers other stoppages in Mansarovar such as Agarwal Farm, VT Road (also called Veer Tejaji Marg) and Kiran Path. The bus follows Madhyam Marg to reach Ganga Jamuna Petrol Pump, from where it travels to Gujar ki Thadi, then to Shyam Nagar, Sodala. It crosses Ajmer Pulia to travel to Panch Batti. The bus stops by at Government Hostel at MI Road, Chandpol, Chomu Pulia and Alka Cinema, before finally reaching Dadi ka Phatak.

Stops

Distance

Estimated Time

Beelwa to Shyam Vatika

5.3km

13mins

Shyam Vatika to Vatika Mod

0.85km

4mins

Vatika Mod to Haldighati Marg

6km

14mins

Haldighati Marg to Pratap Plaza

0.65km

3mins

Pratap Plaza to Goshala

1.3km

6mins

Goshala to Sanganer Thana

3.3km

10mins

Sanganer Thana to Malpura Gate

2.8km

11mins

Malpura Gate to RIICO

2.9km

9mins

RIICO to Agarwal Farm

3.8km

11mins

Agarwal Farm to VT Road

1.4km

5mins

VT Road to Kiran Path

1.3km

5mins

Kiran Path to Ganga Jamuna Petrol Pump

2.8km

9mins

Ganga Jamuna Petrol Pump to Gujar ki Thadi

2.1km

5mins

Gujar ki Thadi to Shyam Nagar

2.4km

8mins

Shyam Nagar to Sodala

2.7km

9mins

Sodala to Ajmer Pulia

1.8km

6mins

Ajmer Pulia to Panch Batti

3.2km

16mins

Panch Batti to Government Hostel

1.3km

4mins

Government Hostel to Chandpol

1.9km

7mins

Chandpol to Chomu Pulia

4.9km

17mins

Chomu Pulia to Alka Cinema

2.8km

4mins

Alka Cinema to Dadi ka Phatak

2.4km

6mins

 

 


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