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If you enjoy a city tinted in the shade of past and glorified with rich culture and heritage, then Bidar is just your kind of place. Situated in the state of Karnataka, Bidar is a city with great historic significance.
Once considered to be the most flourishing cities of South India, especially between the 11th and 16th century, today Bidar is packed with specimens of great architectural marvels adding charm to the city. Being the center of power of many great kingdoms such as Chalukyas, Allauddin Khilji, Muhammad bin Tughluq etc. has enriched the city that showcases the architectural legacy of their rulers. Apart from this, Bidar is also packed with variety of flora and fauna along with Godavari and Krishna River gurgling through the city. Presence of temples, mosques and tombs also glorifies the spiritual aspect of the city making it popular among pilgrims. All in all, Bidar is a wholesome package for vacationers and holiday makers providing all the core ingredients for an amazing trip.
It gets very little tourist traffic, hence remains unexploited. Locals are welcoming to tourists.
One of the least Westernised parts of Karnataka (conservative values predominate here).
Bidar is ideal for those who love travelling to historical, cultural and religious places. It can be visited by architecture lovers as it houses many specimens of architectural marvel. Also a good place for researchers who can come here and delve into historical sites and monuments.
The nearest airport to Bidar is located in Hyderabad. It is an international airport and connected to all the major cities. Bidar is connected by train to Bangalore, Hyderabad and Mumbai. It is als... (Read More)
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