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Visited Twice and it’s amazing to see the beautiful Golgumbaz. It’s a must see historical place. Climbing the narrow and steep stairs was hard but you will know it’s worth climbing once you reach the top. And you can see the whole city . Well...More
This place is fascinating - if you have a guide. There are things to know here that you will miss without the knowledge of a guide. Although I usually just research where I visit this was well worth the rupees.
Architecture wonder of the ancient India. The wall of this Gumbaz murmurs many times if U speak anything & it is heard in the opposite direction of the Gumbaz. U better go early to enjoy this.
Entry fee RS 15/. Just 1.5 kms from railway...More
Gol Gumbaz, the most famous monument in Bijapur, is a very imposing structure and a perfect confluence of Indo-Islamic and Dravidian architecture styles. Built in the 17th century by Mohammed Adil Shah, Gol Gumbaz (meaning circular dome) has the second largest dome in the World...More
I was with family when I visited this place. It was an accidental visit because we were on our way to Goa from tuljapur and we had a minor accident with our car, so we decided to halt in bijapur that evening. The people over...More
The architecture of this brilliant tomb is awe-inspiring; the sheer size of the interior when you walk in the front door took my breath away. Or would have, if not for the ear-splitting shrieks resonating throughout the structure. We visited in the early afternoon; it...More
I was mighty impressed with the fusion between Hindu and Islamic architectural styles here. The acoustics continue to impress visitors even after 5 centuries. The ASI should be doing a much better job in preserving such beautiful and important marvels of our country. Some logical...More
The acoustics have to be experienced to be believed. Superb engineering feat. The place opens from 6am and there were quite a number of tourists by the time we reached at 6:45 am. It is advisable to go as early as possible in the morning...More
The opening time is definitely 6am and not 6.30am or 10am as some other reviewers have mentioned. We were there at 6am in the morning and were allowed entry. The museum closes at 5pm but I'm pretty sure that entry to the... More
The opening time is definitely 6am and not 6.30am or 10am as some other reviewers have mentioned. We were there at 6am in the morning and were allowed entry. The museum closes at 5pm but I'm pretty sure that entry to the dome is allowed until 6pm.