Top Places To Visit In Kalaburagi/Gulbarga Of Karnataka!

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Gopika VC

The city of Kalaburagi was once known as Gulbarga. The name reflects the city's tradition of Islamic art. This once-prosperous city is currently in the Indian state of Karnataka.

The 20-acre, 3-km-long fort has a twin fortification with a 30-foot moat in the centre and combines West Asian and European military architecture.

Gulbarga Fort


The 14th-century Dargah houses 14th-century manuscripts. The mosque mixes Persian and Indian architectural elements and has 10,000 volumes.

Khwaja Bande Nawaz Dargah


Shri Kshetra Ganagapur is a paradise for religious Hindus and people who want to spread peace and knowledge.

Sri Kshetra Ganagapur


In Malkhed, ruins of fort with four entrances and 52 bastions remain. A garbhagriha, navaranga, and hazara make comprise the traditional Mallinatha Basadi.



The temple's style is unique among 12th-century temples. The temple's walls feature stone pillars, towers, flowers, elephants, and garuda.

Sharana Basaveshwara Temple


Buddha Vihar is a Buddhist shrine at Gulbarga University. It's a Buddhist pilgrimage destination designed in classic Indian Buddhist style.

Buddha Vihar


The two mountains joined by the Dam complement the town's weather. This location is popular for camping and hiking.

Chandrampalli Dam


The tombs are built in the Tughlaq style. Stones were used to put them together. The best tomb is shaped like a circle with curves all around it. It is for Sultan Mujahid Shah.

The Haft Gumbaz Tomb


Devotees seek inner peace and healing here. The temple commemorates when the gods themselves intervened to guide faithful Hindus to enlightenment.

Dattatreya Temple


Visitors would be able to see beautiful stone sculptures and carvings once they got to the location. The temple is regarded as Digambara's most important shrine.

Shri Chandranatha Swamy Basadi