It can be noted that the popular games in the rural areas are Kabaddi and Kho Kho apart from Cricket. Dr. P.G. Rani Chennamma University has a Post-Graduation Centre at Bijapur also. The monsoon generally breaks in the district during June and lasts till October. In 1347, the area was conquered by the Bahmani Sultanate of Gulbarga. The annual rainfall variation in the district is marginal from place to place. ], Kenginal, Gandhinagar, Wade and Bhanthanal villages. Inside these walls the Bijapur kings bade defiance to all comers.
A round temple is built underneath the huge idol weighing 1,500 tonnes.it is the Third tallest Shiva idol next only to the one at Murdeshwar in Uttara Kannada district. , Bijapur has been well known as the Madinatul Auliya (Sufis) or the City of Sufi Saints. This wall is from 30 to 50 ft (10 to 15 m) high, and is strengthened with 96 massive bastions of various designs.
The nearest commercial airport, with flights by Indian Airways and Jet Airways, is at Belgaum (IATA: IXG), some 200 kilometres away. ], Marasanahalli, Teggihalli, Shirshyad, Sangogi and Masali [B.K.] Bijapur Schools , Bijapur colleges , and Bijapur Temperature , Weather ForeCast . ], Golasar, Shivapur [K.H. After the 1818 defeat of the Peshwa by the British in the Third Anglo-Maratha War, Bijapur passed into the hands of the British East India Company, and was assigned to the princely state of Satara. All the Govt. Off late Bijapur district has produced some of the best known Road Cyclists in the national circuit.
The administrative headquarters and chief town is Bijapur. Read Reviews, News and vacancy information at admissionschool.com Shiva Statue: The 85-foot tall statue is three kilometres on Ukkali Road from the city of Bijapur. A recent trend shows that there is a low shift towards fruit crops like Pomegranate and grapes of the total area of 8,610 square kilometres. The Don River Valley has plains and consists of rich tracks of deep black soils stretching from west to east in the central part of the district. 3 Sindgi Taluk (Part) 2 Devar Hippargi Circle.
The frequency of these buses are higher in comparison to those buses which ply on longer routes. Bijapur District has an area of 10541 square kilometres. In 2014, Sajjade Peeran Mushrif became the first Mayor of the historical City Bijapur. Basavana Bagewadi – 43 km from the city, is the birthplace of.  By the late 13th century, the area had come under the influence of the Khalji Sultanate.
before the 1980s) there were very few professional educational institutions.
The highest mean monthly rainfall is 149 mm in the month of September and lowest is 3 mm in February. Bijapur is well known for the great monuments of historical importance built during the Adil Shahi dynasty.
Auliya of almost all spiritual lineage like Qadriya, Sakafya, Ashraifya, Shuttariya, Nasqbhandiya, Chisitya are to be found in this city..
Toravi - In the western direction of the district town of Vijayapura at about 8 km one can locate Toravi Village in which historical Laxmi-Narasimha Cave Temple, Village Goddess Mahalaxmi Temple and Navarasapura Sangeet Mahal which are important tourist destinations that attracts the tourists. The helipad at the Sainik School is used only when government guests or public office bearers visit the district and is not open for general public. Bijapur City Pin codes. 13 BIJAPUR CITY Cluster, Schools in K.B.S NO.04 BIJAPUR CITY Cluster, Schools in K.B.S NO.25 BIJAPUR CITY Cluster, Schools in K.B.S.NO 06 BIJAPUR CITY Cluster, Schools in K.G.S NO.1 GANDHI CHOWK Cluster, Schools in U.G.S NO 04 BIJAPUR CITY Cluster, Schools in UBMPS NO 01 DAWALAT KOTI Cluster, Schools in UBS NO. Basavana Bagevadi TP. Sindgi TMC 2 Indi Taluk (Part) 1 Indi Circle (Part) Bannihatti, Tamba, Shivapur [B.K. Indi TMC. Schools in K.B.S NO 17 ALLAPUR LT Cluster, Schools in K.B.S NO 24 KHB COLONY Cluster, Schools in K.B.S NO 28 TREASURY COLO Cluster, Schools in K.B.S NO.
Bijapur is connected by rail and road.  In 1997, Bagalkot District was split off from Bijapur.
2 Indi Taluk (Part) 2 Ballolli Circle 1 Indi Circle (Part) Shiragur Inam (Old), Agarkhed, Gubbewad, Mannur, Hirebevanur, Alur, Mavinalli, Chickbevanur, Ingalgi, Nehrunagar, Bhuyar, Nagarhalli, Khedgi, Lalasangi, Satalagaon (P.I), Salotgi, Rugi, Tennihalli, Gornal, Masali [K.D. , Jayatirtha (1345–1387), a prominent dvaita saint who is also known as the 'Teekacharya' lived in Mangalwedha propagated the Madhva philosophy in the region. Within the city Tata Sumo, Tata Indica and Tempo Trax are used as taxis by local operators. In 1848 the territory of Satara, along with Bijapur, was annexed to Britain's Bombay Presidency when the last ruler died without a male heir. For the many attractions in Bijapur city, including Gol Gumbaz, the Jumma Masjid mosque, the Uppali Buruj tower and the tomb of Ibrahim Adil Shah II (Ibrahim Rauza), see Attractions of Bijapur city. One is near the Ibrahim Roza monument in Bijapur with a girth of 10.84 m and height of 5 m and another at Yogapur Dargah, near Bijapur, which is believed to be at least 359 years old with 9.2 m girth and seven m height. Autos and Tongas are still popular mode of local transport in the city. Outside the walls are the remains of a vast city, now for the most part in ruins, but the innumerable tombs, mosques, caravanserais and other edifices, which have resisted the havoc of time, afford abundant evidence of the ancient splendour of the place.
Bijapur: 5,882: 6: Ankalagi: Bijapur: 4,087: 7: Arakeri: Bijapur: 7,059: 8: Arjunagi: Bijapur: 2,255: 9: Atalatti: Bijapur: 2,943: 10: Babalad: Bijapur: 1,740: 11: Babaleshwar: Bijapur: 10,645: 12: Babanagar: Bijapur: 6,084: 13: Baratagi: Bijapur: 5,429: 14: Basavanagar: Bijapur: 1,961: 15: Bellubbi: Bijapur: 3,264: 16: Bijapur: Bijapur: 387: 17: Bijjaragi: Bijapur: 8,073: 18: Bolachikkalaki: Bijapur: 1,551: 19: Bommanalli: … 12 and 15 to 17.  Its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 20.38%. This is a residential school preparing cadets for the Defence forces. Dr. P.G.
Many of these colleges except professional are affiliated to Rani Chennamma University Belagavi viz, B.L.D.E.A'S A.S.PATIL COLLEGE OF COMMERCE(Autonomous)MBA Programme, Bijapur.
Experts say that the kings of Adil Shahi dynasty were all fascinated by nature, and these particular saplings of the Adansonia digitata had been imported from Turkey to be planted in Bijapur. It is bounded on the east by Gulbarga District, on the southeast by Raichur District, on the south and southwest by Bagalkot District, and on the west by Belgaum District, and by the Maharashtra of Sangli on the northwest and Sholapur on the north, Sangli on the north-west (both of Maharashtra state). PIN- 586102 , Post - Bijapur Sainik School. The city of Bijapur owes much of its greatness to Yusuf Adil Shah, the founder of the independent Bijapur Sultanate. Bijapur district, officially known as Vijayapura district, is a district in the state of Karnataka in India.
This temple is established by Shakaracharya. After India's Independence in 1947, the district became part of Bombay state and was reassigned to Mysore state, later Karnataka, in 1956. There is a non-commercial airport at Solapur (IATA: SSE), some 100 kilometres to the north. Seventy women's colleges spread in twelve districts of North-Karnataka are affiliated to this University. Halakatti College of Engineering and Technology, SECAB College of Engineering and Technology, Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, "Bangalore becomes 'Bengaluru'; 11 other cities renamed - The Economic Times", "Government of Karnataka: Political and administrative reorganisation", "Reports of National Panchayat Directory: Village Panchayat Names of Bijapur, Karnataka", "Reports of National Panchayat Directory: Village Panchayat Names of Bijapur, Bijapur, Karnataka", "Reports of National Panchayat Directory: Village Panchayat Names of Basavana Bagewadi, Bijapur, Karnataka", "Reports of National Panchayat Directory: Village Panchayat Names of Sindagi, Bijapur, Karnataka", "Reports of National Panchayat Directory: Village Panchayat Names of Indi, Bijapur, Karnataka", "Reports of National Panchayat Directory: Village Panchayat Names of Muddebihal, Bijapur, Karnataka", "Ground Water Information Booklet, Bijapur District, Karnataka", http://www.census2011.co.in/data/religion/district/247-bijapur.html, Decadal Variation In Population Since 1901, "A Shivaratri gift for people of Bijapur", "Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation", "Participation of Indian Team( Men & Women) in International Competitions", Tourist information of Bijapur and places nearby, Profiles of all the Districts in Karnataka, Bijapur at the Islamic Monuments of India Photographic Database, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Bijapur_district,_Karnataka&oldid=985671357, All Wikipedia articles written in Indian English, Short description is different from Wikidata, Wikipedia articles incorporating a citation from the 1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica with Wikisource reference, Wikipedia articles incorporating text from the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. [check quotation syntax]* 'Pilali' (Ficus Micro Corpus) – in Banavasi of Shimoga district – 400 years old. At the time of Indian independence, 1948, Bijapur District became part of Bombay State. In addition there are ten others at the various gateways. Bijapur Ward No - 3: Bijapur: Bijapur: Karnataka: 4: Bijapur Ward No - 4: Bijapur: Bijapur: Karnataka: 5: Bijapur Ward No - 5: Bijapur: Bijapur: Karnataka: 6: Bijapur Ward No - 6: Bijapur: Bijapur: Karnataka: 7: Bijapur Ward No - 7: Bijapur: Bijapur: Karnataka: 8: Bijapur Ward No - 8: Bijapur: Bijapur: Karnataka: 9: Bijapur Ward No - 9: Bijapur: Bijapur: Karnataka: 10: Bijapur Ward No - 10: Bijapur: Bijapur: Karnataka: … The following is the list of assembly constituencies and the segements they comprise of. Covered during 2002-03 cereals occupy about 55.2% by oilseeds 24.5% pulse 15.6% and other commercial crops like cotton and sugarcane about 4.8%. 1 Bijapur Taluk (Part) Bijapur (CMC) (Part) Bijapur (CMC) - Ward No.1 to 11, 13, 14 and 18 to 35 Navarasapur (OG)(Part) Urban Toravi (OG) Urban (Part) Mahalbhagayat W. No 1. Among the Brahmins in Bijapur district, the Deshastha Brahmins are found in large numbers. Thus the territory of Bijapur, Belgaum, Dharwar, Raichur and the adjoining areas is a stronghold of the Uttaradi Matha and the Raghavendra Mutt. The citadel, built by Yusuf Adil Shah, a mile (2 km) in circuit, is of great strength, well built of the most massive materials, and encompassed by a ditch 100 yards wide, formerly supplied with water, but now nearly filled up with rubbish, so that its original depth cannot be discovered.  viz, BLDEA's B.M.Patil Medical College, Hospital and Research Centre and Al-Ameel Medical College, Hospital and Research Centre, Sainik School, Bijapur and Karnataka State Women's University. There is a slight shift towards commercial crops like cotton and sugarcane over last 2 years. 1 Bijapur Taluk (Part) 4 Nagthan and 2 Bijapur Circles. Every year the local administration organizes the Navaraspur Festival to attract tourists.
The major oilseed crops are sunflower, groundnut and safflower.
], Ramanagar, Naad [B.K. ], Naad [K.D. Of late Bijapur is emerging as a hub for professional education. Geographically, the district lies in the tract of the Deccan Plateaus.
Shree Kavitaben k. Mehta. While archaeological evidence indicates that the area was settled by the late Paleolithic, the legendary founding of the city of Bijapur was in the late 900s under Tailapa II, who had been the Rashtrakutan governor of Tardavadi, and after the destruction to the empire caused by the invasion of the Paramara of Malwa, declared his independence and went on to found the empire of the Chalukyas of Kalyani, where the city was referred as Vijayapura ("City of Victory").