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 Jaipur Mini Bus Route No. 13 – Luniyawas to Muhana Mandi

Jaipur mini bus route no. 13 covers the distance between Luniyawas in Paldi Meena, Jaipur and Muhana Mandi in Hajiwala, Jaipur. The route is stretched across approx. 47km and it takes about 2hrs 20mins for the buses running on this route to cover this distance.

The buses running on this route start from Luniyawas in Paldi Meena and stop by at Babaji Mod, Khaniya, Transport Nagar, from where it enters the city area. The bus stops by at Sanganeri Gate, before taking the Moti Doongri Road to reach Birla Mandir, which is one of the most prominent tourist attractions in the city. This white marble temple looks amazing, esp. in the late evenings. From Birla Mandir the bus running on route no. 13 further travel to Rambagh, then Tonk Phatak, Durgapura to reach Genpact on JLN Marg, Malviya Nagar. It then boards passengers from Jawahar Circle, EP (Entertainment Paradise) to enter the Sanganer area. In Sanganer the bus stops by at Sanganer Thana, Sanganer Stadium and Malpura Gate, from where it proceeds towards its final stop, Muhana Mandi via Diggi-Malpura Road.

Stops

Distance

Estimated Time

Luniyawas to Babaji Mod

1km

3mins

Babaji Mod to Khaniya

6.5km

16mins

Khaniya to Transport Nagar

4.4km

11mins

Transport Nagar to Ghat Gate

1.6km

5mins

Ghat Gate to Sanganeri Gate

0.85

8mins

Sanganeri Gate to Moti Doongri Road

0.75

6mins

Moti Doongri Road to Birla Mandir

2.1km

8mins

Birla Mandir to Rambagh

1.5km

7mins

Rambagh to Tonk Phatak

5.6km

16mins

Tonk Phatak to Durgapura

3.6km

10mins

Durgapura to Genpact

2.7km

8mins

Genpact to Jawahar Circle

1.9km

5mins

Jawahar Circle to EP

0.65km

2mins

EP to Taron ki Koot

1.7km

6mins

Taron ki Koot to Sanganer Thana

3.4km

9mins

Sanganer Thana to Sanganer Stadium

1.9km

8mins

Sanganer Stadium to Malpura Gate

1.1km

4mins

Malpura Gate to Muhana Mandi

5.1km

10mins

 

 


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