Bidar Tourism

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Ideal Duration : 1 day Best Time : October to March
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Bidar Tourism If you enjoy a city tinted in the shade of past and glorified with rich culture and heritage, then Bidar is just your kind of place. Situated in the state of Karnataka, Bidar is a city with great historic significance. Once considered to be the most flourishing cities of South India, especially between the 11th and 16th century, today Bidar is packed with specimens of great architectural marvels adding charm to the city. Being the center of power of many great kingdoms such as Chalukyas, Allauddin Khilji, Muhammad bin Tughluq etc. has enriched the city that showcases the architectural legacy of their rulers. Apart from this, Bidar is also packed with variety of flora and fauna along with Godavari and Krishna River gurgling through the city. Presence of temples, mosques and tombs also glorifies the spiritual aspect of the city making it popular among pilgrims. All in all, Bidar is a wholesome package for vacationers and holiday makers providing all the core ingredients for an amazing trip. Download Bidar PDF Guide > What's Great? It gets very little tourist traffic, hence remains unexploited. Locals are welcoming to tourists. What's not so Great? One of the least Westernised parts of Karnataka (conservative values predominate here). For Whom Bidar is ideal for those who love travelling to historical, cultural and religious places. It can be visited by architecture lovers as it houses many specimens of architectural marvel. Also a good place for researchers who can come here and delve into historical sites and monuments.

Hub for Culture, Religion and Tradition Bidar is the headquarters of the district of Bidar that edges on the borders of the states of Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh. Earlier a small city, this is now urbanising itself at a swift pace. Bidar is notable for its various architectural and historical sites as well as for its regional significance. It is, despite its importance, been neglected by the state government. Bidar is also the host to the second biggest Air Force training centre in India. It also recognised for its opulent history and its bidri handicraft merchandises. It is also one of the holiest and religious destinations for the community of Sikhs in India. As a matter of fact, Bidar is the wettest as well as the coldest place in the state of Karnataka.

One Day Itinerary Bidar is a place packed with a myriad of tourist attractions displaying the city's glorious past. Although it is not possible to explore the whole city in one day nonetheless, a one-day itinerary of Bidar can be incredibly exciting. After a delicious breakfast, your first destination in the list should be the Gurudwara Nanak Jhira Sahib. The other places that are must visit in the city are the Madrasa of Mahamud Gawan, Papnash Shiva Temple, The Chaubaara and Solah Khamb Mosque. However, the most sought after place is Bidar Fort is which must be explored during the sunset which further glorifies the colossal fort. Make sure you take pit stops for snack apart from the main meals.

Restaurants and Local Food in Bidar Bidar, being a city located in South India mainly serves the South India cuisine. Rice is the main core ingredient of their dishes. The city offers many fancy restaurants to street food outlets offering delicious food.However, you will also find different types of delicious idlis, dosas and Vadas. View 4 Restaurants in Bidar >>

Oct-Maris the best time to visit Bidar During the summers, Bidar is quite hot, but sudden bouts of showers tend to be very refreshing. However, it is not exactly the best time to explore the place. Winter season is pretty pleasant, though a bit cold, poses to be an amazing time to witness the glorious past of the city. Tourists visiting during October and March can also enjoy various festivals and cultural programs. Monsoon season receives moderate rainfall but is recommended to be avoided. Weather in Bidar Loading... Bidar in Summers (February - June) Summers get uncomfortably hot here. The month of May is the hottest with the temperature going up to 40 degrees Celcius. Avoid travelling to Bidar during these months if you cannot tolerate the heat. Bidar in Monsoon (June - September) This is the most visited period in Bidar with the average rainfall ranging around 885 mm. During this time, the temperature of the city is a blend of humid and warm. Bidar in Winter (December - February) Starting from December to February, winter is the best season to visit Bidar. December is the coldest month with the maximum temperature ranging around 27 degrees Celcius. The minimum temperature remains around 16 degrees Celcius during the nights. If visiting during this time, carry warm clothes with you as the evening tends to get very cold. Monthly Weather in Bidar Month Avg. Minimum (°C) Avg. Maximum (°C) January 15 30 February 18 33 March 21 37 April 25 41 May 27 40 June 24 34 July 23 29 August 23 30 September 22 28 October 20 31 November 17 31 December 17 31

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