Gulbarga Fort - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About Gulbarga Fort
One of the fine example of ancient Islamic architecture in Karnataka.Historically important place which was built in 1347. The fort was originally built by Raja Gulchand. As Gulbarga gained prominence as the Bahmani capital, the fort was fortified by Alauddin Bahmani with a deep moat and massive walls.
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Attractions Near Gulbarga Fort
Sharana Basaveshwara Temple
0.78km from Gulbarga Fort
The temple is dedicated to an eminent Hindu religious teacher and philosopher Shri Sharana Basaweswara. One of the main tourist attraction in Karnataka by its architectural wonder and religious relevance.
7.59km from Gulbarga Fort
Buddha vihara is a Buddhist temple and spiritual center in Gulbarga. It blends architectural features of eminent Buddhist centers of Sanchi, Sarnath, Ajanta and Nagpur and has been constructed conforming to traditional Buddhist architecture.
Vatavriksha Swami Samarth samadhi math Temple
69.11km from Gulbarga Fort
Akkalkot is widely known for its association with Shri Swami Samarth Maharaj held by his devotees to be a reincarnation of Lord Dattatreya. This is a famous temple in this region and many devotees visit this place a day.
Sleeping Buddha Hill
70.86km from Gulbarga Fort
The hill is made up of four small hills that gives the impression of sleeping Buddha when viewed horizontally in southwest direction.
78.05km from Gulbarga Fort
The fort which is an interesting place has enclosed a surface of a knoll or plantain of basalt rock which is jutted out into the valley or raving of the small river Bori. Along the rest of the cliff on three sides ran fortifications. bastion firmly built out have deseed basalt and are large enough to carry heavy guns. The entire circumference is about a mile and a half.
80.34km from Gulbarga Fort
This is a 70-meter high river cascade located on the Chandravanka river. The waterfall is a combination of 3 streams. A strategic viewpoint was created by the Andhra Pradesh Tourism Department from the adjacent hillock.