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Description: Information Of Kalburgi Kalburgi also known as Gulburga, is a town in the Indian state of Karnataka. It is the administrative headquarters of Gulbarga District, and of Gulbarga Division. Formerly it was part of Nizam State of Hyderabad. Gulbarga is 200 km from Hyderabad and 613 km north of Bangalore and well connected by road to Bijapur, Hyderabad, Solapur and Bidar. A railway line connecting the southern part of India to Mumbai and Delhi passes through Kalburgi. History Of Kalburgi

Kalburgi also known as Gulburga, is a town in the Indian state of Karnataka. It is the administrative headquarters of Gulbarga District, and of Gulbarga Division. Formerly it was part of Nizam State of Hyderabad. Gulbarga is 200 km from Hyderabad and 613 km north of Bangalore and well connected by road to Bijapur, Hyderabad, Solapur and Bidar. A railway line connecting the southern part of India to Mumbai and Delhi passes through Kalburgi.

The city of Gulbarga was founded by the Bahmani Sultans in the 14th century as their capital. However the history of the region dates back to the 6th Century when the Rashtrakutas gained control over the area, but the Chalukyas regained their domain and reigned for over two hundred years. The Kalachuri who succeeded them ruled till the 12th century. Around the close of the 12th century the Yadavas of Devagiri and the Hoysalas of Halebidu took control of the district. About the same period the Kakatiya dynasty kings of Warangal came into prominence. The present Gulbarga District and Raichur District formed part of their domain.

The Kakatiya power was subdued in 1321, and the northern Deccan, including the district of Gulbarga, passed under the control of the Muslim Sultanate of Delhi. The revolt of the Muslim officers appointed from Delhi resulted in founding of the Bahmani Sultanate in 1347 by Hassan Gangu, who chose Gulbarga (Ahsenabad during this period) to be his capital. When the Bahmani dynasty came to an end, the kingdom broke up into the five independent Deccan sultanates, Bijapur, Bidar, Berar, Ahmednagar and Golconda. The present Gulbarga district came partly under Bidar and partly under Bijapur. With the conquest of the Deccan by Aurangezeb in the 17th century, control of Gulbarga passed to the Mughal Empire. In the early part of the 18th century, when Mughal Empire was declining, Asaf Jah I, a general of Aurangzeb, became independent and formed state of Hyderabad in which a major part of Gulbarga area was also included.

The city flourished during the rule of Nizams. Modern buildings were built, Roads and Railways were laid, the city was beautified with gardens, Electricity was introduced, Modern administrative setup was laid, Educational institutions were established, Factories namely MSK Mills and Shahbad Factory were established etc. Testimony to which is the only surviving garden (Mehboob Gulshan: named after Nizam VI - Mehboob Ali Pasha) and most of the Government buildings that were built during that time. The city, district and division was ruled by a very cultured, Intellectual and elite bureaucracy.

In 1948 Hyderabad state was annexed to the newly-independent Indian Union, and in 1956 the Indian state of Hyderabad was partitioned among neighboring states along linguistic lines. Most of Gulbarga district became part of Mysore state, later renamed Karnataka, excluding two taluks which were annexed to Andhra Pradesh.

Gulbarga has 10 Talukas, they are Aland, Gulbarga, Sedam, Afzalfur, Shahapur, Chincholi, Yadagiri, Jewargi, Surapur and Chittapur. Gulbarga district is border of Maharastra and Andra Pradesh.

The history of Kalburgi is as follows after weakening Khilji kingdom the Hasan Gangu Bahamani (Muslim grown up in Brahmin Hindu family blessings) revolted (in 1346AD) against Muhammad- Bin-Tughlaq and made kingdom in Gubaraga with Bahamani dynasty, the bijapuris is aqquired by Bahamani kings and is governed whole south India, later Bahamani was divided into five parts and came to arise of five Deccan sultanates. Bijapur, Ahmadnagar, Birar, Gulbarga (later shifted Bidar), Golconda. The main rival of Deccan sultanites is Vijayanagar Empire, the many battle are occurred between these two kingdoms with no result. Vijayanagar empire attacked the Bijapur kingdom, in this battle the Adil Shah (one of king) died. Later they attacked Gulbarga, the king fled and shifted his dynasty to Bidar and later Bidar was also conquered. Many battle happened between these two kingdoms with no result and finally they came to an agreement or treaty. So this is the reason for shifting the capital from Gulbarga to Bidar.

During 1567 AD under Rama Raya, King of Vijayanagar (he is the man with turning point) had meddled into neihbouring Deccan kingdom affairs, this led to the destruction of Vijayanagar. It revolted the 5 (Bijapur, Ahmadnagar, Birar, Bidar, Golconda) Deccans sultanites to gather against Rama Raya, King of Vijanagar, a fierce battle took place at Talikote (the Battle of Talikote) where Vijayanagar fiercely lost to Deccan. This came to an end of the Vijaynagar Kingdom (Samrajya). The fate of Hampi (the capital of Vijayanagar) we can see also, the capital is ruined. The Ramaraya was beheaded in battle and it taken place to the Ahmadnagar, in Ahmadnagar it was exhibited until 1819.

The later Bidar sultanites were merged into Bijapur, Bijapur in turn lost to Aurangazeb. This came to an end of Deccan. Later Aurangzeb was defeated by Marathas after some prolonged years the Bijapur was acquired into Nashik province and Bidar Gulbarga came under Nizam rule who was requested the British to make self rule, under him he acquired Gulbarga, Bidar and Maratwada.

The another legecy of Gulbarga was that, the origin of Hyder Ali was from Gulbarga (Ahsannagar, that time called), his grandfather is fakir from Gulbarga. His father worked in Kolar as a taxman (under the Bahamani kingdom). So here many confuse that Gulbarga was in Hyderabad region, but that was in turn once upon a time Hyderabad (Bhagyanagr) was in the Bahamani kingdom (now we can say that Gulbarga and Bidar are independent) and it's divided into the one of the five parts of Deccan.

So we can see here in Gulbarga the monuments which are historically built with Spanish architecture, and fort is built with well planning the canal is made around the fort so that it becomes difficult to enemy. So still you can see in Google Maps. The Jumma Masjid is built in fort with different architecture. In fort still the people are lying with doing their basic livehood (like copper moulding, iron). This attributes that Gulbarga or Bahamani had not only produced good architecture, it also produced good warriors.

Shorapur taluka having famous village called Timmapur.Timmapur having most of the facilities Like degree colleges viz B Ed College, Govt High school and Pre university college and recently Engineering college starting from coming year. Timmapur having six mosques, mostly dominated by muslims.Most are educated peoples in timmapur. Timmapur TIMMAPURhaving famous poets and scholars.Timmapur having biggest mosque called Jamia Masjid Located in middle of Market and city. Timmapur's famous masjid is Mecca Masjid which having tall minar around 60 fts.Mecca Masjid Located in sharqui Muhalla, Manage by well known people of this area.

Gulbarga having famous circle earlier called TIMMAPURI CIRLE near to Railway station. History sugesst that there was a rich person from timmapur having most of the area belongs to him so it is called timmaouri circle.

Timmapur is famous by the personality name called TIMMAPURI ABDULLA who claim himself as a MAHEDI.He was good poet and book writer about Islam. He went to pakistan in early ninteen century.




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