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Ranchi to Kolkata Online Bus Booking

The distance between Ranchi and Kolkata is 320.0 kms by road. There are total 1 bus operators and 1 no. of buses which provide service for us with min fare 450.0. Ranchi to Kolkata bus timings vary with different operator, it may take around 09:30 hrs. The first bus takes off around 08:30 PM and last bus at 08:30 PM.

Different type of buses are available in this route like Tata A/C Seater Pushback (2+2).

No. Of Operators in this route 1
Total Buses in this route 1
Approximate Distance 320.0 kms
Approximate Journey Hours 09:30 hrs
Min Fare 450.0
Monthly Cheapest Fare Calendar

Buses From Ranchi to Kolkata

Travels Departure Arrival Duration Fare  

Krishna Rath

Tata A/C Seater Pushback (2+2)
08:30 PM 06:00 AM 09:30 hrs 450.0
About Kolkata:

Kolkata is one of the largest cities of India. It is the principal commercial, educational and cultural center of East India. In fact, it is long known as the cultural capital of the country. The grand mansions and British architects represent the rich cultural heritage of the city. Kolkata was the center of Indian Independence Movement. Besides, Kolkata is home to the Bengal Renaissance and the city continues to spawn generations of writers, poets, film directors and Nobel Prize winners. It is the birthplace of illustrious Indians like Rabindranatha Tagore and Satyajith Ray. Anyone planning to visit Kolkata should definetly gorge on a meal at Arsalan, Peter Cat & Oh Calcutta. These three are considered to be some of the best restaurants in Kolkata. There are plethora of places to visit in Kolkata, the popular sightseeing option in the city are Victoria Museum, Marble Palace, St. Paul's Cathedral & Jorasanko Thakurbari.

For many, the city is a sacred remembrance of Mother Teresa, who brought new life to thousands through her kindhearted and selfless services. You can also call the capital of West Bengal a 'city of festivals', where the air is perfumed with the subtle smell of camphor, ghee, gleaming flowers and vermilion almost all through of the year. The timbre of rituals, thrilled prattle of voices and pungent whiff from the kitchen gives a great sense of homely feeling.

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