is a unique synthesis of two cultures. Filled with beautiful palaces,
mosques, stately building and bazaars. The Khwaja Bande Nawaz, tomb
of the great Sufi saint, Khwaja Syed Mohammad Gesu Daraz is the venue
of an annual 'Urs', attended by nearly one hundred thousand people.
The Dargah Library houses almost 10,000 books in Urdu, Persian and
Arabic. Also worth seeing are Sultan Hasan's tomb, the tomb of Ghias-Ud-Din,
the mausoleum of Feroze Shah, the Haft-Gumbuz, the well-kept lawns
of Mahboob Gulshan and the Shrine of Shri Sharanabasaveshwara.
How to get there ?
- Air - The nearest airport is Hyderabad (220 kms)
- Rail - Gulbarga is connected by rail with Bangalore , Mumbai
- Road - Gulbarga is connected by road to: Hyderabad (220 kms)
Bangalore (600 kms) Bijapur (150 kms) Bidar (110 kms) Basavakalyan
(80 kms) KSRTC Buses ply from Gulbarga to Bangalore, Bijapur,
Bidar, Raichur and Sholapur.
General Information & Accomdation info on Gulbarga city of Karnataka