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Gulbarga

Gulbarga is the headquarter of Gulbarga dist of Karnataka state.

It was the capital of Bahmani Sultans from 1347 and 1425.

In 1504 Gulbarga was permanently annexed to Adil Shahi kingdom of Bijapur.

In 1657 with the invasion of Mir Jumla it passed into the hands of Mughals.

Later it came under Asaf Jahi(Nizam) dynasty of Hyderabad.

Gulbarga was the part of Hyderabad state from 1724 to 1948 ruled by Nizams.

With the reorganization of states in 1956 It became part of Karnataka state.

Jumma Masjid is a noteworthy monument of Gulbarga. It was built and completed in 1367.

Gulbarga Fort was built by Raja Gulachand, the king of Warangal. It was strengthened by Ala-ud-din-Bahaman.