Excursions from Bijapur



The visitors can go for excursions from Bijapur to various places around the city. This city is surrounded by many beautiful places for attracting the tourists. Aihole, Kadulasangama, Pattadakal, Badami and Basavana Bagewadi are some of the prime sites in Bijapur.

Aihole is at an approximate distance of 110 km from the city of Bijapur. Aihole cluster of temples that best known for its architectural and masterpiece inscriptions on the temples. Not only the Hindu temples, but a Buddhist temple also add to the importance of Aihole.

Kudalasangama is a famous pilgrim center of the 12th century. Pattadakal is a world heritage center comprising of a group of 10 temples with Chalukyan architecture. Sightseeing in Bijapur remains incomplete if the tourists miss the Basavana Bagewadi, Gol Gumbaz, Ibrahim Roza, Jumma Masjid, Malik-e-Maidan, Asar Mahal, Anand Mahal, Ark-Killa and many more.

Excursions in Bijapur also account visiting the historic cities of Gulbarga (159 km) and Badami (132 km). Basavana Bagevadi is about 43 km from Bijapur. Excursions from Bijapur gets exciting with every architectural foundation and the elegant atmosphere surrounding it.

Jod Gumbad Bijapur

Jod Gumbad was built in the year 1687. This monument is also called 'Abdul Razak Darga'. There are twin-domed structures, which are now dargahs. Hindu rituals are practiced here with full faith.

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Last Updated on 07 August 2012



     


     

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