On August 24, 1997, a new district was created in "Gadag". The Gadag district is located in northern Karnataka. The Gadag district borders the Bagarcot district to the north, the Koppal district to the east, the Villayanagara district to the southeast, the Haveli district to the southwest, the Dawad district to the west, and the Belagavi district to the northwest. .. Famous for many monuments of the Western Charkya Empire (mainly Jain and Hindu temples). The Gadag district is adjacent to the Bagarcot district to the north, the Koppal district to the east, and the Villayanagara district to the southeast.
Famous for ?
101 Stepwells (known as Kalyani or Pushkarni) and known for Hindu and Jain temples. The sculpture gallery is maintained by the Indian Archaeological Survey. Beldum is known for its 12th century Charkyadodda Basappa Temple.
The total area of the district is 4656km2.
Gadag has a total of 7 subdistricts.
There are a total of 337 villages in this area.
There are two cities in this area.
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