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About Chitragupta Nagar, Patna

Located in the slightly eastern part of Patna, Chitragupta Nagar is a large neighborhood popularly known for its residential localities. It is commonly quite crowded most of the time. The nearest railway station for Chitragupta Nagar is known as Rajendra Nagar Terminal. New Colony, Munna Chak, BH Colony are some of the prime residencies having apartments as well as independent houses. Botanical Garden and Chandrashekhar Park are two of the landmarks near Chitragupta Nagar.

Why ShiftKarado?

For reliable packing and moving services in and around Patna, you need the best packers and movers. Our claim to be the best packers and movers in Patna stems from our network of offices and warehouses in the major cities of India, which includes Patna. Additionally, we provide instant quote and booking facility, which is our unique addition to the relocation industry. Our app, website and toll-free number ensure this facility is available easily to our clients. Apart from giving insurance to cover comprehensive door to door risk we have an experienced packing team. We make sure our clients have a stress free shifting experience each time.

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all over India

What does ShiftKarado offer as packers and movers in Chitragupta Nagar

1. Our website, app and toll-free give you instant quote and booking facility
2. Short notice moves do not cost extra
3. Comprehensive insurance for door to door risk coverage
About Patna
Patna, known historically as Patliputra, is the capital of Bihar and the largest city in the state. It is one of the oldest cities in the world and has been continuously inhabited throughout its existence. Historical monuments from the Ashokan and Mauryan periods are present in the city. Situated on the southern bank of the Ganges river, it is also the second largest city in eastern India. Patna was a place of notable involvement in the Indian independence movement, with the Quit India movement and campaign against indigo farming originating here. The presence of Takht Sri Patna Sahib and proximity to Bodh Gaya sees a large influx of religious tourists in Patna.