A city of triumph: Adorned by historical monuments and traditional locale, Bijapur in Karnataka is an ancient city with a serene circumambient.
The Gol Gumbaz, tomb of Mohammed Adil Shah is the second largest dome in the world and appeals tourists by its intriguing features like the magnificent architectural design, marvelous central chamber and the whispering gallery.
Bijapur is rich in archaeological grandeur and a single spot that speaks for all is the archaeological museum which is a must visit.
Ibrahim Rauza that comprises of the tomb and a mosque is a brilliant work of Islamic architecture which is believed to be inspired by the eminence of Tajmahal.
Jami Masjid with its magnificent rooms, fountain in the centre, a big hall and an amicable panaroma is an impeccable work of art that will leave you wanting to come back.
Although it is famous for its authentic south Indian cuisines, for those with a sweet tooth, the milk cake here is a delish.