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Patna to Thiruvananthapuram Flights

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Flights Details between Patna and Thiruvananthapuram Airport

The Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Airport Patna , IATA Code PAT , is the main airport that serves the city of Patna. About 51 flights operate in a week , between Patna & Thiruvananthapuram. The first Patna to Thiruvananthapuram flight , departs at 06:20 , and the last flight is at 15:25. It takes 7h 30m to reach Thiruvananthapuram from Patna. The main airport that serves Thiruvananthapuram is Trivandrum International Airport , IATA Code TRV.

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Thiruvananthapuram

This city is also known as Trivandrum , it is the capital city of Kerala and it is the one of IT hubs in India. Mahatma Gandhi referred to this city as “Evergreen city of India”. It is also the major academic hub for various universities , schools and colleges. It is the famous tourist destination of the south with temples , beaches , backwaters and mountains. This city is ranked among the top cities to live in India along with the best governed city.

The city derives its name from thiru-anatha-puram meaning “The city of lord Anantha” and was called as Trivandrum until 1991 and Indian government reinstated the city’s name back to Thiruvananthapuram. This city is major center for trade namely spices , sandalwood and ivory.

This city has rich cultural history as it has seen many kings ruling the city and was made the capital in 1745 by Marthanda Verma. The city experienced golden age during the rule of Maharaja Swathi Thirunal and Maharaja Ayilyam Thirunal as it saw many developments in the city in the form of schools , hospital , library and University College.

There are many sightseeing places in Thiruvananthapuram namely

Temples (Ananthapadmanabha temple , Attukal Bhagavathi temple) , museums (Palace museum , Napier museum , Natural history museum , Chacha Nehru children’s museum) , beaches (Kovalam , Shanmugham beach) , hill stations (Ponmudi , Agastyakoodam) , gardens (Zoological gardens) , sanctuary (Neyyar dam and wildlife sanctuary , Peppara dam and wild life sanctuary , Pandipattu) , palace (Kowdiar palace , Koyikkal palace , Kanakakunnu palace) , village (Veli tourist village , Akkulam tourist village) , fort (Anchutengu fort) , dam (Aruvikkara dam) , coastal towns (Vizhinjam , Poovar , Thiruvallam , Paripalli , Padmanabhapuram , Kanyakumari) , waterfalls (Aruvi waterfalls , Thiruparappu waterfalls , Okkai aruvi waterfalls) and Priyadarshini planetarium.

Culture and Heritage of Thiruvananthapuram

Thiruvananthapuram celebrates various festivals throughout the year. These festivals highlight the rich culture of the city and attract tourists from all over India and abroad. The Thiruvananthapuram airport is flooded with tourists during these festivals.

Festivals celebrated in Thiruvananthapuram

  1. Attukal Pongala:
  2. This festival witnesses largest annual gathering of women devotees within 8 kms radius of the temple on Pongala day. Every year the gathering increases in number and this festival has found its way in Guinness book of world records.

  3. Soorya festival:
  4. This festival is celebrated for 75 days is one of a kind longest running cultural festival in the world , reflecting music , dance and traditional art forms of India.

  5. Beemapally Uroos
  6. This festival commemorates Syedunnisa Bheema Devi , a saintly lady who possessed divine powers.

  7. Kovalam literary festival
  8. This is a two-day literary festival held every year attended by various novelists , Nobel-laureates , local language writers , booker prize winners.

  9. Onam celebrations
  10. Most prominent festival for Kerala celebrated by people of all religion with pomp and show with beautiful decorations with colourful lights.

  11. Vettucaud festival
  12. The feast of Christ the king is celebrated on 3rd Sunday of November every year , with celebrations lasting for about 10 days.

  13. Arattu
  14. This means the holy bathe of deities in the sea , escorted by the royal head of the family of Travancore.

  15. Nishagandhi festival
  16. This festival is celebrated during the month of January for 7 days , showcasing the beauty and grandeur of classical Indian music.

  17. Swathi Sangeethotsavam
  18. This week long festival of music celebrated in January paying homage to Swathi Tirunal.

  19. Lakshadeepam
  20. This festival is celebrated with lighting one lakh lamps at Sree Padmanabha Temple at the end of 56-day ritual called Murajapam

  21. Village fair
  22. This festival recreates the bygone days of rural Kerala , held during the 3rd week of January.

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Traditional outfit of the people

The strict dress code to be followed while entering Padmanabha temple , men need to wear Mundu or Dhoti and women need to dress up in saree , half saree or skirt and blouse. The traditional dress code is saree for women and Mundu/Dhoti for men.

Languages Spoken in Thiruvananthapuram

Malayalam is the official language spoken in Thiruvananthapuram. Although Tamil , Hindi and English is spoken by minority of residents.

Folk dance form of Thiruvananthapuram

Kaikotti kali , the folk dance also known as Thiruvathirakali is very famous dance. Kuthiyottam dance , Thirayattom , Mudiyettu , Tiruvathira Dance , Kakkarissi Kali and Kolkalli are the other folk dances in Kerala.

Taste the heritage of the land

Thiruvananthapuram is a paradise for mouthwatering dishes namely Puttu with Kadala curry ,

Appam , Dosa with Kerala sambar , Idiyappam , Varutha Kozhi , Thiruvananthapuram prawn & fish curry , Kalumakaya Ulaarithiyath , Erissery , Malabar Parotta. These dishes are famous in any part of Thiruvananthapuram and travellers must try each of these dishes in the local cuisine of Kerala.

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Transportation in Thiruvananthapuram

This city is well connected by road , railways and airways. The public transport is the main mode of travel and KSRTC connects different cities in Thiruvananthapuram along with the neighboring cities. There are numerous flights to Thiruvananthapuram from different parts of India and Thiruvananthapuram airport accommodates huge amount of travellers every year.

Patna Thiruvananthapuram flights

The flights from Patna are mainly operated by Indigo , Air India and Jet airways from Patna airport. The offers on domestic flights can be availed with Paytm while booking flights between Patna to Thiruvananthapuram. We also provide Patna Thiruvananthapuram flight booking offers that comes with amazing deals like cashback and more. The lowest flight fares are given by Paytm on flight offers India. Enjoy the vacation to this beautiful destination with offers from Paytm and have a fabulous time exploring the beauty of this mesmerizing location.

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FAQs:

Q. How many flights fly from Patna to Thiruvananthapuram on weekly basis?

Ans: There are about 95 flights fly from Patna to Thiruvananthapuram On weekly basis.

Q. When is the first flight from Patna to Thiruvananthapuram?

Ans: The first flight (might change) from Patna to Thiruvananthapuram is at 01:40:00 and is operated by Jet Airways.

Q. When is the last flight from Patna to Thiruvananthapuram?

Ans: The last flight from Patna to Thiruvananthapuram is at 22:40:00 and is operated by IndiGo.

Q. What is the minimum time to fly from Patna to Thiruvananthapuram?

Ans: It takes 5h 30m to fly from Patna to Thiruvananthapuram.

Q. Which airline operates the most number of flights from Patna to Thiruvananthapuram?

Ans: With a total of 38 flights , Jet Airways currently operates the most number of flights from Patna to Thiruvananthapuram.

Q. How many direct (non stop) flights available in between Patna & Thiruvananthapuram?

Ans: There are 0 Direct (non stop) flights flying in between Patna & Thiruvananthapuram.

Q. How many connecting flights available in between Patna & Thiruvananthapuram?

Ans: There are 95 connecting flights flying in between Patna & Thiruvananthapuram.

Q. Patna Airport Address

Ans: Shaheed Pir Ali Khan Marg Near Sheikhpura Patna Bihar 800014

Q. Thiruvananthapuram Airport Address

Ans: Airport Rd Chacka Thiruvananthapuram Kerala 695008

Q. Patna & Thiruvananthapuram Airport IATA Code

Ans: Patna IATA - PAT , Thiruvananthapuram IATA - TRV

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