Bidar Karnataka Tour
Bidar Karnataka Tour is a historical town located in the north eastern part of the state of Karnataka. The Bahmani dynasty had its capital in Tours To Biddar in the beginning of the 1428.
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Later on Bidar went on to become the capital of the Barid Shahi kingdom. Its historical lineage is what comprises of the major attraction of Tours To Biddar and the majority of the places of tourist attraction in Bidar have a lot to do with its history.
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The Fort - Tour To Bidar Karnataka and the fort can be traced back to the fifteenth century was built by Ahmad Wali Shah. This fort has five imposing entrances. The center of the fort has an old city with its monuments and structures that date back to the Bahmani era. Move to the left after entering the fort and you will find yourself standing in front of the Rangin Mahal which was Mahmud Shah's palace. Within the palace there are some exquisite artwork and carvings that will oblige you to marvel at the mastery of the craftsmen of the period. Other important attractions within the fort include the Gagan Mahal, Diwan-e-Aam, Royal Pavilion and the Takhat Mahal. The Solah Kambh Masjid is the oldest Muslim building in Tour To Bidar Karnataka.
Tombs of the Bahmani Rulers - Ashtur, a place about 3 kms away from Bidar boasts of some of the tombs of the Bahmani rulers that are impressive in their structures. Some display superb tile work and flaunt Persian paintings like the tombs of Ahmad Shah I and his son Alauddin Shah I while the others have commendable stonework.
Guru Nanak Jhira - Tour To South India Karnataka and this is an ancient Sikh Gurudwara that warrants a visit if you are in Bidar.
Madrassa - Tour To South India Karnataka and this is a theological college that dates back to the fifteenth century. A major portion of the college is in ruins but the façade is still erect in the South India Tours.
When the Bahmani dynasty eventually collapsed in 1538, the sultanate broke up into five independent sultanates, known as the Deccan sultanates. Bidar became a part of the Barid Shahi dynasty. In 1543 Ali Barid assumed royal appellation of Shah.
The Bidar Sultanate was absorbed by the Bijapur Sultanate to the west in 1619, which was in turn conquered by the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb in 1686.
From 1724 to 1948, Bidar remained a territory of the Nizam of Hyderabad's dominions. It became a part of the erstwhile Hyderabad state, when Hyderabad was annexed to India. In 1956, Hyderabad was partitioned along linguistic lines and Bidar district became part of Mysore state, later renamed Karnataka. Travel to Bidar and soak in the history of this ancient capital. Over the years Bidar tourism has increased by leaps and bounds.
How to reach Bidar :
By Air - The nearest airport to Bidar
is the one in the Hyderabad city.
By Rail - Railway connects Bidar to
Bangalore, Hyderabad and Mumbai.
By Road - Bidar is well connected
by road to Hyderabad and Gulbarga, Bangalore and Bijapur.
However buses are rare from Bangalore and Bijapur.
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