Bijapur was influenced by the Delhi Sultanate Allah Dinka in the late 13th century and was placed under King Bahamani of Bibarel in 1347. When the Bahmani dynasty was established, it included the southern and eastern parts of the Bijapur district. It can be said that the Bahamas' hegemony ended by 1489. At that time, five Shahi dynasties were born, one of which was "Bijapur". Aurangzeb, the emperor of the Mughal Empire, conquered Bijapur in 1686 and was under the control of the Mughal Empire until 1723. In 1724, the Kingdom of Hyderabad established independence in Deccan.
Famous for ?
Vijayapura is famous mainly for Goalgun Baz, Jamma Masjid, Barakaman, Gajanan Temple, Ibrahim Rosa, Taj Bowdi, Marike Maidan, Metal Mahal.
The total area of this area is 10541km2.
There are a total of three subdivisions in this area.
There are a total of 199 villages in this area.
There are a total of 6 cities in this area.
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