Top Tourist Attractions in Yadgir
Yadgir is a city in the Indian state of Karnataka and the administrative centre of the Yadgir district. Yadgir Taluku, one of Yadgir’s six taluks, has its administrative centre here. The district’s huge swaths of rich black soil are famed for producing big red gramme and jowar crops. The district is known as the state’s Daal Bowl. The region is also renowned for a cluster of cement plants and the “Malakheda Stone,” a distinctive stone.
Best Places to Visit in Yadgir
- MAILAPUR, MAILARLINGESHWAR TEMPLE
- Sleeping Budha, Shahapour
- SHORAPUR FORT
- THE FORT OF VANADURGA
- NARAYANPUR DAM
- Tinthini Mouneshwar Temple Surpur
- CHAYA BHAGAVATI TEMPLE
- KODEKAL BASAVANNA
- THE SHIRAVAL VILLAGE
- Syed Chanda Husain
- Sofi Sarmast durga
- Bheemarayan Gudi (B.Gudi)
- Taylor Manzil (Bungalow)
Best Time to Visit in Yadgir
Winters are frigid, but they’re also the best time to go out and about in the city. Winter lasts from December through February, with temperatures ranging from 10°C to 32°C. Winter is the best time to visit Udupi since it has a lovely climate.
How to Reach Yadgir
NH 167 Kempegowda International Airport, KIAL Rd, Devanahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560300 is the nearest international airport (197 km) – 5 hours by car.
By Road :
560 kilometres via road The journey from Bengaluru to Yadgir via NH 44 351 km takes 8 hours and 30 minutes. The route from West of Belgam to Yadgir takes 7 hours and 30 minutes and covers 84 kilometres. The travel from Kalburgi to Yadgir takes 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Guntakal, Adoni, and Raichur are all accessible by train from Bengaluru. Only a few superfast trains pass through Yadgir.