Timings, Best Time to Visit : 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Entry Fee : None
Located in the old part of the city Bidar, Mahmud Gawan Madrasa is actually the remains of a building that was once the theological college. Established in year 1472 by Gawan, an exile from Persia and a scholar of Bahmai court, the madrasa apart from the place of imparting knowledge is also a specimen of great artwork.
Once served as a huge hub of Islamic learning, today one can witness the three storied complex enriched with intricate tile work, inscription of verses from Quran. The college once comprised of a mosque, library, lecture halls, laboratory as well as the teachers quarters and hostels for students.
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