Adilabad to Agra Bus Route

Adilabad to Agra Bus Route

From Adilabad to Agra Bus information

Boundaries And Topography
             The district was situated between 77.46' and 80.01' ,of the eastern longitudes and 18.40' and 19.56', of northern latitudes.The district is bounded on north by Yeotmal and Chanda district of Maharastra, on the east by Chanda district, on the south by Karimnagar and Nizamabad districts and on the west by Nanded district of Maharastra State.
            The district has population of 2079098 which accounts for 3.13% of the total population of the State. It is however takes the fifth rank in area with an extent of 16128 SU kms.Which account for 5.90% of the total area of the State. It is however,the second largest district in the Telangana of the inhabited and 167 unihabited village and 11 Towns.
             The District Comprises of 52 Mandals and 1743 villages of which 1557 villages are inhabited and 186 villages are un-inhabitated. There are 7 Muncipalities in the District. The District is conveniently formed into 5 divisions 1)Adilabad , 2) Nirmal ,3)Utnoor, 4)Asifabad,5)Mancherial.
Historical Background
            The district derives its name from Adilabad,its headquarters town which was named after the ruler of Bijapur, Ali Adil Shah. The district was for long not a homogenius unit and its component parts were ruled at different periods by nasties namely, the Mauryas,Staavahanas, Vakatakas,Chaludyasof Badami, Rashtrakututs, Chalukyas of Kalyani, Mughals,Bhosle Rajes of Nagpur and Asaf Jahis, besides the Gond Rajas of Sirpur and Chanda.Originally this was not full fledged district but a sub-district named Sirpur-Tandur which was created in A.D. 1872 with Edlabad(Adilabad), Rajura and Sirpur as its consistuents talukas.In 1905 the status of this sub-district was raised to that of an independent district with head quarters at Adilabad.

Located on the banks of Yamuna River, in the North of Uttar Pradesh, Agra is a wonderful place and a popular tourist stopover. General information on Agra reveals that the city was established by Badal Singh in the year 1475. Depicted as “Agrraba”, in the Mahabharata, the city of Agra was once the capital of the Lodhis and the Mughals. In the sixteenth and the seventeenth century, Agra developed as a centre of art, culture, learning and commerce, especially with the help of the Mughal rulers like Akbar, Shah Jahan and Jehangir.

Agra houses several historic prestigious places, monuments and buildings which upholds the tradition and culture of the city. Besides being home to UNESCO Heritage Sites like the famous Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and the Fatehpur Sikri, Agar is also replete with other attractions like Itmad-Ud-Daulah's Tomb, Mariam's Tomb, Akbar's Tomb in Sikandra, Jama Masjid, Chini Ka Rauza etc.

The city of Agra with its laid-back style of living, treasured architecture, jewelry and handicrafts, is one of the remarkable cities in the world. Besides many celebration of different festivals, irrespective of caste distinction, takes place with all the zeal and excitement.

The top administrator of the city is the Commissioner, who is responsible for planned development and proper administration of the city. The district magistrate is responsible for maintaining the law and order in the Region. Besides, the block development officers and the chief development officers also play an important role. Agra Municipal Corporation provides the people with all the required civic amenities. Problems pertaining to infrastructure are addressed by the Nagar Nigam of Agra.

The city of Agra can be conveniently accessed from all corners of the India. It has its own airport known as the Kheria Airport from where all the domestic airlines ply. A major rail station in Agra connects the city to important parts in India. Further, Agra is also connected through National Highways 2, 3 and 11. Private and state transport buses and other local means of transport are also available within the city.

As the city experiences semi arid, tropical climate with very hot summers, therefore the best time to visit the city is in the months of October to March when the climate in Agra is pleasant and ideal for touring.
Adilabad to Agra Bus Route Driving Directions
Adilabad, Andhra Pradesh 504001, India
1,020 km - about 17 hours 6 mins
85 m
2.Turn right
0.2 km
3.Turn left
0.2 km
4.At the roundabout, take the 3rdexit
6.4 km
5.Turn rightonto AH 43/NH 7
Partial toll road
Pass by IOC Petrol Pump (on the left in 1.8 km)
126 km
6.Turn leftonto AH 43/MH SH 264/NH 7
Pass by Abha Gaikwad-Patil College of Engineering (on the left in 42.5 km)
48.7 km
7.Exit ontoOuter Ring Rd
Pass by Atey (Dr) (Mrs) M R (on the right in 8.2 km)
43.3 km
8.Continue onto AH 43/NH 7
Pass by OM SAI HP AUTO CENTER, HINDUSTAN PETROLEUM (on the left in 57.3 km)
135 km
9.Turn lefttoward AH 43/NH 7
4.9 km
10.Continue straight onto AH 43/NH 7
Pass by Rai Petroleum (on the left in 20.1 km)
21.0 km
11.Slight leftto merge onto N - South Corridor
Pass by Indian Oil (on the left in 62.8 km)
88.8 km
12.Turn left to stay on N - South Corridor
Partial toll road
Pass by Well (on the left in 101 km)
209 km
13.Slight lefttoward N - South Corridor
2.5 km
14.Continue straight onto N - South Corridor
Pass by Mannu Petrol Pump (on the left in 21.2 km)
111 km
15.At the roundabout, take the 1stexit ontoAH 43/NH 25/NH 75/NH 76
Continue to follow AH 43/NH 75
Go through 3 roundabouts
Pass by Hydel Colony Bus Stop (on the left in 1.6 km)
14.5 km
16.Slight lefttoward AH 43/NH 75
1.7 km
17.Turn leftonto AH 43/NH 75
1.8 km
18.Turn left to stay on AH 43/NH 75
Pass by Bhartiyam Vidya Peeth (on the right in 8.1 km)
25.3 km
19.Turn left to stay on AH 43/NH 75
Continue to follow AH 43
Pass by Hanuman mandir Bamroli (on the left in 8.3 km)
51.5 km
20.Turn lefttowardDongarpur Rd
0.6 km
21.Continue straight ontoDongarpur Rd
Pass by Gajara Raja Mercy Home (on the right in 350 m)
1.7 km
22.Continue onto Sirol Link Rd
Pass by Sachin Tendulkar Chauraha (on the right in 1.7 km)
2.3 km
23.Continue onto Behat Rd
Pass by Trinco park (shopping complex) (on the left in 550 m)
1.5 km
24.At the roundabout, take the2nd exit onto Mall Rd
Pass by Mutliple God-Goddess Temple (on the left in 500 m)
1.3 km
25.At the roundabout, take the 1stexit ontoKalpi Rd
Pass by PETROL PUMP (on the left in 1.4 km)
1.7 km
26.At Gole Ka Mandir Police Chowki, continue ontoNational Highway 92
Pass by Filling Station (on the right in 5.6 km)
8.5 km
27.Turn rightonto AH 47/NH 3
Continue to follow NH 3
Go through 2 roundabouts
Pass by Deep Automobiles (on the right in 105 km)
107 km
28.Turn leftonto MG Road
Go through 1 roundabout
Pass by Jeet Singh Stadium (on the left in 650 m)
3.2 km
29.Make a U-turn atFatehpur Sikri Rd
Destination will be on the left
63 m
Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India

Distance from Adilabad to Agra 1,020 km