Bidar is a historical district which is situated in the state of Karnataka. Name of the city is derived from Bidiru which means bamboo. Various historical monuments of 15th century are available in the city. Bidar Fort, the Madrasa of Mahamud Gawan, Ragin Mahal Palace, Papnash Shiva Temple, The Chaubaara, Guru Nanak Jhira, Solah Khamb Mosque is some of the tourist place which you cannot miss while visiting this city. This place is the religious centers for pilgrims and the Bidar travel guide will provide you more on this. Tombs and monuments of the city reflect Barid Shahi dynasties.
History of the city is glorious as it is the part of the Bahamani Kingdom. During 11th century to 16th century this city was considered as the most prosperous cities of south India. This city is belonged the Chalukyan branch in the medieval time. Initially, the Rashtrakuta capital was Mayurkhandi in this city. Sevuna Yadavas of Devagiri, Allauddin Khilji, Kakatiyas of Warangal, Muhammad bin Tughluq have all been rulers of the Bidar. Now, this city has become fast developing city in terms of education. Godavari and Krishna are the two main rivers of the city. This city also has forest are which includes Protected forests, Reserve Forests and Unclassified forests. Forests of the city are the habitat of wildlife such as wild cats, wolves, spotted deer, jackals, hares, wild boar and much more.