The Village Gospel Missionary of India, Gaya is situated on the bank Falgu river. Gaya is an important Junction in the Mughalsarai-Dhanbad Grand Chord Section of the East Central Railway (erstwhile Eastern Railway). It has direct Train Services from New Delhi, Howrah and Mumbai. It is about 1100 Km away from New Delhi and 450 Km away from Kolkata (Howrah Junction). Altogether Four Rajdhani Express Trains apart from other Super-Fast trains take you directly from Delhi to Gaya. While Rajdhani Express takes 12 hours, the other Mail Express trains take 15 to 17 hours. From Kolkata it is an overnight journey of approximately Six hours. It has direct train links from Puri, Nagpur, Indore, Lucknow , Patna as well Gaya has one International Airport. Indian Airlines operates Bi-weekly Kolkata-Gaya-Bangkok and Kolkata-Gaya-Yangoon flights and Druk Airlines of Bhutan operates Paro-Gaya-Bangkok bi-weekly flights. With the completion of New Terminal Building, more Domestic and International flights are expected to be added to the fleet.
Gaya is well connected by Roads (National Highways) as well. The Grand Trunk Road (NH-31) touches Gaya at Dobhi, 30 km south joining Delhi & Kolkata Expressway. The state capital Patna is 120 km away and well connected by road (NH-83) and train services.
Rev. Dr.A.P. Samson L.I.G. 31. Housing Board Colony. Near Asha Singh More. Gaya. Bihar. India.
Gaya Bihar. 823001 India.
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