Route Map Driving Directions Bangalore to Bijapur

Driving directions Bangalore to Bijapur, Karnataka
Distance between Bangalore and Bijapur is 570 km. Travel Time is about 8 hours 42 mins. Car Rental Fare, City Taxi Fare, Fuel Cost & Auto Fare. Bangalore and Bijapur KSRTC Rajahamsa, Rajahamsa Executive, Airavat, Airavat Club Class, Airavat Bliss, Airavat Superia Volvo, Suvarna Karnataka Sarige and Corona AC Sleeper Bangalore and Bijapur KSRTC Bus Timings, Timetable, Arrival, Departure, Tickets Reservation and Minimum Fare from Bangalore and Bijapur, Shortest Radial Distance, government bus services, Road Condition, how many hours journey, Cities Between, Restaurants, travel experience by Road, Bangalore and Bijapur Trip Tour Packages, Bangalore and Bijapur Train Timings Fare, Taxi Fare from Bangalore and Bijapur.

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  1. Head southeast on Vittal Mallya Rd
  2. Pass by Shell Petrol Bunk (on the left) 300 m
  3. Turn left at Canara Bank toward Kasturba Road Cross 270 m
  4. Turn right at Prestige Takt onto Kasturba Road Cross
  5. Pass by Thomas Associates (on the left) 200 m
  6. Turn right at Three Storys onto Lavelle Rd 33 m
  7. Take the 1st left onto Madras Bank Rd
  8. Pass by Nake Cafe (on the left) 220 m
  9. Take the 1st left onto St Marks Rd
  10. Pass by Petrol Pump (on the left) 400 m
  11. Take the 3rd left onto Mahatma Gandhi Rd/M G Rd
  12. Pass by Bible Society Of India (on the left) 270 m
  13. Turn right at Met Life insurance onto Queen's Rd
  14. Pass by Shifaa Hospital & Research Centre (on the right) 850 m
  15. At Traffic Signal, continue onto Rajbhavan Rd
  16. Pass by Upper House (on the right in 550 m) 750 m
  17. Keep left at the fork 28 m
  18. Continue onto Racecourse Rd
  19. Pass by High point Bldg (on the right) 650 m
  20. Slight right at Traffic Signal onto Hare Krishna Rd
  21. Pass by Hanuman Temple (on the left)1.0 km
  22. Turn right at Seshadripuram Police Station onto Subedar Chatram Rd 130 m
  23. Slight left at Swathik Cricle onto Nagappa Rd
  24. Pass by New Samrat Restaurant (on the left) 280 m
  25. Slight right at Rajiv Gandhi Statue onto Platform Rd 97 m
  26. At Indian Oil Petrol Pump, continue onto Sampige Rd 270 m
  27. Turn left onto Mill Corner Rd
  28. Pass by dattatreya temple (on the left) 290 m
  29. Slight right onto 11th Main Rd 650 m
  30. Slight right onto 8th Main Rd
  31. Pass by BP Petrol Pump (on the left in 1.4 km) 2.5 km
  32. Turn left onto Tumkur Road
  33. Pass by Corporation Bank (on the left in 2.6 km) 2.8 km
  34. Continue straight past Ganapathi Temple onto Outer Ring Rd/NH 4
  35. Continue to follow NH 4
  36. Pass by Petrol Pump (on the left in 2.6 km) 56.6 km
  37. Slight right at TUMKUR to stay on NH 4
  38. Pass by HP Fuel Station (on the right in 91.2 km) 94.6 km
  39. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Bellary-Hiriyur Road/SH 19
  40. Continue to follow Bellary-Hiriyur Road
  41. Pass by Assistant Agricultural Office (on the right in 950 m)139 km
  42. Turn left onto National Highway 63/NH63 11.4 km
  43. Turn left onto National Highway 63
  44. Pass by Rajarajeshwari Temple (on the left in 50.4 km) 53.0 km
  45. Turn left onto College Rd/National Highway 63
  46. Continue to follow National Highway 63
  47. Pass by Gujjal Petrol bunk (on the left in 2.2 km) 5.2 km
  48. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto National Highway 63/NH 13/NH 63
  49. Continue to follow National Highway 63/NH 63 9.0 km
  50. Turn right onto NH 13
  51. Pass by Hanuman Temple (on the left in 187 km) 189 km
  52. Turn left 140 m
  53. Bijapur, Karnataka

Bijapur, Karnataka

Basavana Bagevadi, Bijapur

Basavana Bagevadi is a panchayat town and taluka in Bijapur district in Karnataka. The town of Basavana Bagewadi is in Basavana Bagewadi Taluka. The town of Basavana Bagewadi is situated along Bijapur - Bangalore National Highway No.13 at a distance of 44 km from Bijapur, and 433 km distance from its the state capital of Bangalore.

Basavana Bagewadi town is a historic place where Shri Lord of Basavna (Basaveshwar) or (Basavanna) was born, the birthplace call as "Basava Smarak" now comes under Kudala Sangama Authority department of Basavana Bagewadi. The Basaveshwar Temple was constructed in the 11th century during the rule of the Chalukya dynasty. Shri Lord Basaveshwar is famous for his religion 'Veerashiva Lingayat Dharma' and became 'Lord of World' as he is very good in this new religion and informed peoples to make 'Kayaka' (Work).