Authoritatively known as Kalaburagi, Gulbarga lies in the territory of Karnataka in India. It's one of the significant urban communities in North Karnataka which was under the run of the Bahmani Empire for quite a while. Gulbarga got its name from the Persian dialect in which gul implies bloom and berg mean leaf. Krishna and Bhīma are the two fundamental waterways that course through the city. Gulbarga is likewise known for its distinctive styles of design and thus very prominent among students of history.
The Gulbarga Fort was developed by Raja Gulchand and was strengthened amid the rule of the Bahamian realm. The style of engineering of the post is Islamic and is a prevalent vacationer goal. Khwaja Bande Nawaz Dargah the tomb of Khwaja Syed Mohammad Gesu Darazand, a Sufi Saint, has an Indo-Saracenic style of engineering. This spot is additionally frequented by ious visitors and travelers.