1. Shree Sharana Basaveshwara Temple
Shree Sharana Basaveshwara Temple has secured the top position in the list of Best places to visit in Gulbarga.
Sharana Basaveshwara Temple is a shrine located in Kalaburgi, an ancient town in the north-eastern part of Karnataka. This temple is dedicated to Shri Sharana Basaveshwara, an eminent Lingayat religious teacher and philosopher from the 18th century. He is well-known for his Dasoha and Kayaka, which are an advancement of the Karma doctrine. According to this philosophy, individuals may perform the work assigned to them, but they do not have the right to demand the fruits of their labor. The temple houses the Samadhi of Sharana Basaveshwara at the center, known as the garbha gudi. Additionally, there is a lake adjacent to the temple that attracts many devotees and tourists.
- This place is peaceful, clean, and historical.
- Nice temple dedicated to a local saint named Sharan Badaveshwara.
- Peace, god blessings, Lingayats temple, and culture.
The temple is open 24 hours.
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2. Public Garden (Places to visit in Gulbarga for 2023)
- Very good park for morning walks and family fun
- Gud place to jog, yoga, relax, in early morning and evening.
- Good place to hang out with family and friends.
04:00 – 21:00
3. Dargah Hazrat Khwaja Bandanawaz Gesudaraz RH (Places to visit in Gulbarga for 2023)
Traditional Sufi temple with a big dome
- A must for everyone who loves Sufism
- Good place everyone should take blessings there.
- Entire Dargah area has many shrines of his family members and disciples.
4. Sri Koranti Anjaneya Temple
Sri Koranti Anjaneya Temple has been ranked 4th in the list of Best places to visit in Gulbarga. The temple is known for its landmark statue of Hanuman.
- May God bless everyone
- Nice place to visit. Keeps your mind in peace and calm.
- Bhakti (devotion) towards God (Lord Hanuman) is automatically generated.
5. Haft Gumbad
The Haft Gumbaz, also spelled Haft Gumbad are a group of tombs of the Bahmani dynasty situated in Kalaburagi, in the Indian state of Karnataka. Built during the 14th and 15th centuries, the tombs are examples of early Indo-Islamic architecture. There are seven tombs in total, with four being tombs of the rulers of the Bahmani dynasty. The tomb complex is a monument of national importance, maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India. The tomb complex is part of the “Monuments and Forts of the Deccan Sultanate”, which is an ensemble of various structures added to the tentative list of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
- Nice lawns have been setup inside which adds to the serenity of the tombs
- Must see if you’re a history/architecture enthusiast
- The tombs are built in Tughlaq architectural style with high domes.
6. Buddha Vihaara (Siddartha Vihara Trust)
Buddha Vihaara (Siddartha Vihara Trust) has been ranked 6th in the list of Best places to visit in Gulbarga. It is a Buddhist temple and spiritual center located in Kalaburagi, Karnataka, India.
- So peaceful and serene, I love this place.
- I simply enjoy the tranquility, meditation, and the sound of birds chirping.
- A very peaceful, clean, and calm place to visit. It helps to calm your mind.
The temple is open from 09:00 to 13:30 and from 15:00 to 18:00.
7. Gulbarga Fort (Places to visit in Gulbarga for 2023)
- You will never get bored when you are inside the masjid
- Strong and large cannons are attractive
- If the government takes care and provides funds, it can be made into a good tourist spot.
10:00 – 17:30
8. Government Zoo (Places to visit in Gulbarga for 2023)
Small zoo & children’s park
- Large number of crocodiles in a single pit lazing around is the saving grace
- It had a lot of monkeys and other animals
- Few birds like parrot, pigeon, peacock.
09:30 – 17:30
9. District Science Centre Kalaburagi
District Science Centre Kalaburagi received 9th position in the list of Best places to visit in Gulbarga. It is a science museum and museum.
- One of the informative places which will be enjoyed by kids.
- Ideal place for kids to enjoy and learn about science & space.
- The best place for the students.
10:00 – 18:30
10. Jamia Masjid – Quila E Hasham (Places to visit in Gulbarga for 2023)
Jamia Masjid – Quila E Hasham has secured the 10th position in the list of Best places to visit in Gulbarga.
Jamia Masjid Gulbarga is a mosque located in Gulbarga, Karnataka, India. It was constructed by Bahamani Sultan Mohammad Shah after his victory over kapaya nayaka of warangal. This mosque is considered as one of the finest examples of mosque architecture in South Asia. The arches design of Jamia Masjid Gulbarga can be seen in the interiors of the Spanish Mosque in Hyderabad, India. These two mosques are the only ones in India that have interiors resembling the Great Cathedral–Mosque of Córdoba in Spain. The complex was included in UNESCO’s “tentative list” to become a World Heritage Site in 2014, along with other monuments and forts of the Deccan Sultanate region.
- Brilliant architecture
- Must visit one of the top big beautiful and oldest mosques in India
- Historical place which needs maintenance and the government should take necessary actions for that
11. Shri Raghavendra Swamy Math
- Very peaceful place..
12. Shri Ram Tirth Devalaya, Kalaburagi
Open 24 hours
13. Khankha Khaja Banda Nawaz (Places to visit in Gulbarga for 2023)
- Very peaceful place.
07:00 – 22:00
14. Kesaratagi Garden (Places to visit in Gulbarga for 2023)
Kesaratagi Garden is ranked 14th on the list of the best places to visit in Gulbarga. It is a beautiful garden and park.
The garden is open from 09:30 AM to 05:30 PM.
15. Dattatreya Temple
Dattatreya Temple is a Hindu temple located in Gulbarga. It holds the 15th position in the list of best places to visit in Gulbarga. This temple is a popular destination for devotees and tourists alike.
16. Gulbarga Fort (Places to visit in Gulbarga for 2023)
The Gulbarga Fort is located in Kalaburagi in the Kalaburagi district of North Karnataka. It was significantly enlarged in 1347 by Al-ud-din Hasan Bahmani of the Bahmani Dynasty after he cut off his ties with the Delhi Sultanate. Over time, Islamic monuments such as mosques, palaces, tombs, and other structures were also built within the refurbished fort.
One of the notable structures within the fort is the Jama Masjid, which was built in 1367. This mosque is a unique example of Persian architectural style. It is fully enclosed and features elegant domes and arched columns, setting it apart from other mosques in India.
The Jama Masjid was constructed to commemorate the establishment of the dynastic rule of the Bahmani kingdom at Kalaburagi fort between 1327 and 1424. The fort served as the capital of the Bahmani Kingdom until 1424, when the capital was shifted to Bidar Fort due to its better climatic conditions.