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 Jaipur Mini Bus Route No. 7 – Kundanpura to Hathoj


Jaipur’s private city mini bus route no. 7 covers a total distance of 45 km approx. while moving from Kundanpura at Ghati Karolan, Jaipur to Hathoj, which lies in the east of Jaipur. It takes about 2hrs 15mins for the buses on this route to cover this distance between the two points.

The buses running on route no.7 start from Kundanpura. The bus then moves to Jagatpura Phatak, Malviya Nagar, from where it travels to Tonk Phatak, crossing Calgeri Marg. From Tonk Phatak, the bus then boards passengers from Rambagh, SMS Hospital, Ajmeri Gate, MI Road, Chandpol and Government Hostel. It crosses the city’s main railway station, Jaipur Junction to reach Jhotwara via Chomu Pulia. From Jhotwara the bus moves to its final destination, Hathoj via Pankha Kanta.

Stops

Distance

Estimated Time

Kundanpura to Jagatpura Phatak

3.7km

8mins

Jagatpura Phatak to Malviya Nagar

3km

10mins

Malviya Nagar to Calgeri Marg

2km

6mins

Calgeri Marg to Tonk Phatak

6.1km

17mins

Tonk Phatak to Rambagh

3.7km

12mins

Rambagh to SMS Hospital

1km

4mins

SMS Hospital to Ajmeri Gate

1.6km

8mins

Ajmeri Gate to MI Road

0.85km

5mins

MI Road to Chandpol

1.8km

8mins

Chandpol to Government Hostel

1.9km

10mins

Government Hostel to Jaipur Junction

1.4km

7mins

Jaipur Junction to Chomu Pulia

4.1km

12mins

Chomu Pulia to Jhotwara

5.2km

15mins

Jhotwara to Pankha Kanta

2km

7mins

Pankha Kanta to Hathoj

7.2km

16mins

 

 


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