Yadgir, called "Yadabagiri" by the locals, was once the capital of the Kingdom of Yadaba. It has a rich historical and cultural tradition. The Yadgir tribe, the earliest Islamic empire in South India, chose Yadgir as its capital and ruled from here from 1347 to 1425. Yadgir is an ancient inscription called Yadgir and is widely known to the locals as " Yadgir ". In 1504, Yadgir (Kalaburagi) was permanently annexed to the Kingdom of Adilshahi in Villapur. It fell into the hands of the Mughal Empire in 1657 with the invasion of Mir Jumla. Later, the Asahujahi (Nizam) dynasty in Hyderabad was established.
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Major crops include joir, paddy, cotton, sunflower, peanuts and sugar cane. The area is also known for its vast, fertile black soil.
The total area of the area is 5.6 km2.
There are a total of 6 subdivisions in this area.
There are a total of 519 villages in this area.
There are a total of 3 cities in this area
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