Bijapur Badami



Bijapur Badami tour is an awesome experience of visiting the rock cut cave temples ,Bhutnatha temples and the museum of the Archaelogical Aurvey of India. A number of tours to Badami operate throughout the year.

Bijapur Badami Tour





Badami from Bijapur is located at a distance of 120 kilometers from Bijapur and can be reached within four hours. It can easily be reached by private cars and buses from Bijapur. Auto rickshaws,private cars and buses are readily available in Badami.

Badami is mostly visited for the rock cut cave temples. The rock cut cave temples are made on the red sandstone hills, which enclose the town. The four main rock temples belong to the 6th and the 7th century and feature Hindu deities. All the three rock temples are dedicated to the famous Hindu gods. The fourth temple is a Jain temple. Close to the caves ,the Agasyatirtha Tank is present and there are few famous Bhoothnath temples. The Bhootnath temples are dedicated to Lord Shiva.The Badami Fort and the archeological museum are among the other major attractions.

Bijapur Badami Accommodation



Badami has a number of economical accommodations for the tourists. Mostly all the htels are close to the main bus stop. Hotel Maurya Chalukya is one of the best hotels of Badami.



Last Updated on 07 August 2012



     


     

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