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Khwaja Bande Nawaz Dargah
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Khwaja Bande Nawaz Dargah
Syed Wal Shareef Kamaluddin bin Muhammad bin Yousuf AlHussaini, commonly known as Hazrat Khwaja Banda Nawaz Gaisu Daraz (7 August 1321, Delhi ?10 November 1422, Gulbarga), was a famous Sufi saint from India of the Chishti Order, who advocated understanding, tolerance and harmony among various religious groups.
The Gulbarga Fort is located in Gulbarga City in the Gulbarga district of North Karnataka. It was subsequently significantly enlarged in 1347 by Al-ud-din Hasan Bahmani of the Bahmani Dynasty after he cut off his ties with the Delhi Sultanate; Islamic monuments such as mosques, palaces, tombs, and other structures were also built later within the refurbished fort.
Haft Gumbaz, a group of seven tombs (also called Saat (Seven) Gumbaz, situated on the eastern end of the town and on the way to the Khaja Bande Nawaz Darga consists of the tombs of some of the rulers and military commanders of the Bahmani Kingdom (14th – 15th Century AD). There is a small gate through which one can enter the complex. Nice lawns have been setup inside which adds DSC03698to the serenity of the tombs. All of the tombs are barred from entrance. As I peeped through a couple of them, I did not notice any inner decorations but the outer structure of a couple are good. The plain ones of the early Tughlaq style constructions.
Buddha Vihar is located in Gulbarga on a sprawling 70 acre land. It is the nation’s largest and one of its kind. It is adjoining the Gulbarga University in the city outskirts. It is built by the Siddartha Vihar Trust at a cost of more than INR 8 crore, is considered to be one of the biggest in the entire South India. It is not only a great tourist centre and also a centre of creativity and research.This is centre is doing a lot of research on Buddhism.
The Jama Masjid built later, within the fort, in 1367, is a unique structure built in Persian architectural style, fully enclosed, with elegant domes and arched columns, which is unlike any other mosque in India. It was built to commemorate the establishment of the dynastic rule of the Bahmani kingdom at Gulbarga fort between 1327 and 1424. It remained the capital of the Bahmani Kingdom till 1424 where after the capital was shifted to Bidar Fort, as Bidar had better climatic conditions.
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English speaking local guide
Entrance tickets to monuments mentioned in the itinerary
Private sightseeing tour as per itinerary
Expenses of personal nature such as food and shopping
Transport is not included in cost and can be arranged if required on additional price
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