Must see points of interest in Bijapur

Here's a list of Must see points of interest in Bijapur recommended by our experts:

Gol Gumbaz

Gol Gumbaz Masjid, Jadar Galli, Bijapur, KA 586104, India

Gol Gumbaz, the mausoleum of Muhammad Adil Shah (AD 1626 -56) located in Bijapur, District Bijapur, Karnataka State is an important monument of Indo-Islamic ... more

Ibrahim Rauza Tomb

Bijapur Fort, Bijapur, India

Ibrahim Adil Shah II took Bijapur kingdom to great heights. His tomb and the mosque complex are situated about 700 km west of Zohrapur gate. It is just 30 m ... more


3 Km From Bijapur District, Bijapur, India

Malik e Maidan, literally translated as "monarch of the plains" or "Lord of the Battlefield" is a huge cannon located on the top of the tower lying in the ... more

Almatti Dam

Across River Krishna near Almatti village of B. Bagewadi Taluk, Bijapu...

The Almatti Dam is in a Bijapur, a small town Northern Karnataka, and is built across the Krishna River. The construction was done in 2005, so it is a ... more

Barah Kaman

Barah kaman, Gacchinakatti Colony, Bijapur, Karnataka 586101, India

Bara Kaman is the unfinished mausoleum of Ali Adil Shah II in Bijapur, Karnataka in India. Ali Adil Shah of the Adil Shahi dynasty wanted to build a ... more

The Citadel

Bijapur, Karnataka, India
Phone: +91-843-2253294

Famous monument built by Yusuf Adil Shah is the centrally situated site, The Citadel. It has walls surrounding it and has a large moat located in the centre ... more

The Archaeological Musuem

Gol Gumbad Complex,Bijapur, India

Archaeological Museum Bijapur Images - The different fabulous images of Archaeological Museum Bijapur floating across travel and tourism websites prompt many ... more

Mithari And Asar Mahals

Bijapur | Near Jumma Masjid, Bijapur, India

Mithari and Asar Mahals Images - The different fabulous images of Mithari and Asar Mahals floating across travel and tourism websites prompt many people to ... more

Asar Mahal

Gopalpur Galli, Bijapur, KA 586101
Phone: 099 86 726786

The Asar Mahal was built by Mohammed Adil Shah in about 1646, which was used to serve as a Hall of Justice. The building was also used to house hairs from the ... more