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Jaipur’s Mini bus route no. 32 covers the distance from the Kachi Basti in Jagatpura to Hathoj. It covers a total distance of approx. 57km, which takes about 2hrs 40mins to cover.

The private city mini buses running on route no. 32 start from Kachi Basti in Jagatpura to Gatore, Jagatpura. The bus then passes by the NWR Headquarters in Siddharth Nagar and further travels to Malviya Nagar and stops by at GT Bazaar, which is a prominent hangout place in Jaipur. It then stops by at Jaipuriya Hospital, Gopalpura, Gatta (also known as Gatte wale baba) and Laxmi Mandir located on Tonk Road, and further moves to Bais Godam via JP Phatak Underpass. From Bais Godam the bus moves to the Secretariat, then to Tilak Nagar, Bagadiya Bhawan, Government Hostel to reach Chandpol. It takes Chomu Pulia to travel to Medical Centre, then to Pankha Kanta and 9 Dukan in Gokulpura, before finally moving to Hathoj via Kalwar Road.

Stops

Distance

Estimated Time

Jagatpura Kachi Basti to Gatore

2.7km

9mins

Gatore to NWR Headquarters

1.7km

6mins

NWR Headquarters to Malviya Nagar

2.7km

6mins

Malviya Nagar to GT Bazaar

2.7km

6mins

GT Bazaar to Jaipuriya Hospital

1km

4mins

Jaipuriya Hospital to Gopalpura

4.5km

12mins

Gopalpura to Gatta

2.4km

9mins

Gatta to Laxmi Mandir

1.1km

2mins

Laxmi Mandir to JP Phatak Underpass

1.8km

4mins

JP Phatak Underpass to Bais Godam

1.8km

6mins

Bais Godam to Secretariat

3.8km

11mins

Secretariat to Tilak Nagar

3.6km

10mins

Tilak Nagar to Bagadiya Bhawan

3.7km

11mins

Bagadiya Bhawan to Government Hostel

1.2km

5mins

Government Hostel to Chandpol

1.9km

8mins

Chandpol to Chomu Pulia

4.9km

15mins

Chomu Pulia to Medical Centre

3.1km

7mins

Medical Centre to Pankha Kanta

2.5km

8mins

Pankha Kanta to 9 Dukan

5.2km

12mins

9 Dukan to Hathoj

4.3km

9mins

 

 


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