Bidar was important during the medieval Hindu dynasty. It was conquered in 1324 by the Muslim prince Muhammad Ibn Tugrug. In 1347, the Dekan region escaped from Sultanate rule under the guidance of the Bahmani dynasty. Ahmad Shabermany, the ruler of the Bahmani dynasty, moved the location of his capital from Kalaburagi to Bibarel around 1425. Bibarel became an independent sultan under the Barīd Shāhī dynasty in 1531. The city was annexed by the Sultan of Villapur in 1619-20, but was conquered in 1657 by Aurangzeb, the Vice King of the Mughal Empire. After the collapse of this empire, Bidar fell to Hyderabad in Nizam in 1724.
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The town of Bidar is known for its vidori handicrafts and rich history. Bidar is also considered one of the most sacred places of Sikh pilgrimage.
The total area of the area is 43km2.
There are a total of eight districts in Bidar.
There are a total of 699 villages in this area.
There are a total of two cities in this area.
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