Gulbarga was famous as the Capital of the Bahmani kingdom from 1347 till 1428 when the kingdom disintegrated and the city came under the remnant sultanate of Bidar. The once mighty fort lies in ruins now, but some structures like the Jama Masjid which is an imitation of the famous mosque in Cordoba in Spain and the tombs of the Bahmani kings are well worth a visit to this fort.
Distance from Kalaburagi to Wadi Station Road, Karnataka is 61.6 km and travel time is around 1 h 15 min via Sedam Road.
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Temples in Gulbarga
Manik Prabhu Temple, Maniknagar is located in a small hamlet village by the name Maniknagar in a taluk town known as Humnabad in the Bidar district of North Karnataka, the Manik Prabhu Temple is dedicated to a great ascetic. Sri Kshetra houses the shrine of Dattatreya. Mythological studies state that Shri Dattatreya attained realization at the banks of the Bhima. Sharana Basaveshwara Temple is situated in Gulbarga in the Karnataka state. It is dedicated to the reformer and saint, Shri Basaveshwara.
Aland is a town in Gulbarga district in Karnataka. It is the headquarters of Aland Taluk. Aland was formed in 1952 as a Town Municipal Council.
Namma Gulbarga Rajahamsha Bus from Gulbarga to Hospet Resorts in Gulbarga Star Hotels in Gulbarga Karnataka.