How to reach ACPR Belgaum
Shri. Gurudeo Dr. R. D. Ranade, M.A., D.Litt. Conceived the ACPR in 1924 at Pune. Elaborate “Prospectus” for the ACPR prepared by him testifies to his vision and its implementative concern.In 1950, H. H. Sir C. A. Patwardhan, the Rajasaheb of Sangli gifted to him 14 acres of land at Belgaum. In 1952, Shri. Gurudev Dr. R. D. Ranade registered the ACPR, Belgaum as a Public Trust in the Educational & Research category.
Airways: Belagavi is Connected to Bengaluru by air the airport is around 7 K.m from city and is situated in Sambra. At Present Air-India/Alliance Air t is Operating From Belagavi.
Railways: Belagavi has a very well-connected rail network. It is connected to almost all the major cities of South India. Trains are also available for Pune, Mumbai, Jodhapur, Ajamer, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Delhi, Eranakulam. Belagavi is connected to Bangalore (via Londa), to Mumbai (via Miraj), Vasco da Gama. It takes 12 hrs from Belagavi to Bangalore and 12 hrs to Mumbai. There is a daily express train to H. Nizamuddin (Delhi) from Belagavi and the journey takes about 35 hrs.
Roadways: Belagavi is connected to most of the places in South and West India by road. The main bus stand is situated near the old town area. We can say that Belagavi is like a MIDWAY between Mumbai and Bangalore. It falls on the Pune-Bangalore highway.