530 kms to the north-west of Bangalore is the ancient town of Bijapur, the capital of the Adil Shahi dynasty. Bijapur is close to Belgaum – the gateway to Karnataka from Goa and Bombay. Learn more about Bijapur here.

Hampi Heritage Vineyards


Bijapur, a region famous for its quality produce of table grapes, is the place where the flavorsome wine of the Hampi Heritage Vineyards comes from. The ideal climatic conditions and temperature add to the taste and depth of their French wines. Hampi Heritage Vineyards  is the brain-child of Mr. Ramesh C Jigajinagi, a Member of […]

Aheri-Jumbagi Dam

The Aheri-Jumbagi dam is built across the river Aheri-Jumbagi flowing through the Krishna basin in Southern India. The dam is located near the historic city of Bijapur in  Karnataka. The dam serves the purpose of irrigation for the surrounding areas. The dam was constructed in the year 1989. Since then it has been acting as […]

Almatti Dam

Almati dam, Bijapur

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 relatively new dam. It is the main reservoir of the Upper Krishna Irrigation Project and it uses Kaplan Turbines. Water is released into the Narayanpur reservoir […]

Sri Sangameshwara Temple, Kudalasangama

District: Bagalkot District Town: Bijapur Temple: Kudalasangama Situated at the confluence of two rivers, namely River Krishna and River Malapraha, the Kudalasangama attracts a lot of devotees every year. It is one of the most important places of Hindu worship. Kudalasangama – Overview Kudalasangama is renowned for the ancient Sri Sangameshwara temple which was built […]


Gol Gumbaz The tomb of Mohammed Adil Shah, boasts of the second-largest tomb in the world.44 m in diameter, the interior of the dome is mysteriously unsupported and has a whispering gallery under it, whose acoustics are superb. Located in the north-eastern part of Karnataka, Bijapur used to be the home of the Bahamani Sultans. […]