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Transport
Gulbarga city is well connected by road and rail from Bangalore,Hydrabad, Mumbai & other major cities.
Local Transport : Taxis and auto rickshaws are available for getting around the city at fairly reasonable rates. NEKRTC (Nrupatunga) city buses also play within the city.
Long Distance Bus Routes : NEKRTC runs Luxury bus services to all the districts. The Bidar-Srirangapatna state highway made travel easy to Bangalore, and neighboring states of Andhra Pradesh & Maharashtra. There are many private services running Volvo & Benz buses between Bangalore-Gulbarga, Mumbai-Gulbarga.
Railways : Gulbarga is served by a major rail line and is well connected by trains to all major parts of India such as Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Coimbatore, Kanyakumari, Trivandrum, Nagarcoil, Bhubneshwar, etc.
Air Port : Nearest Airport is Hyderabad International Airport 220 km & Bangalore International Airport 625 km from City. Recently, a new airport in Gulburga is under construction.
College is located at the hear of the city and is very well nearer to the both Railway Station and Bus Stand.
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About Gulbarga

  • Gulbarga district is one of the 30 districts of Karnataka state in southern India. Gulbarga city is the administrative headquarters of the district. In Persian language Gul means flower and berg means leaf thus making Gulberga once a land of lavish living.
  • GULBARGA was known as 'KALBURGI' in former days which means stony land in Kannada. Gulbarga district is situated in the northern part of Karnataka State. In the earlier days, Gulbarga was a district of Hyderabad Karnataka area and became a part of Karnataka State after re-organization of states.
  • Recorded history of this district dates back to the 6th Century A.D. The Rashtrakutas gained control over the area but the Chalukyas regained their domain within a short period and regained supreme for over two hundred years. The Kalahari's who succeeded them ruled till the 12th Century AD. Around the close of the 12th century.
  • Gulbarga is 613 Km north of Bangalore and well connected by road to Bijapur, Hyderabad and Bidar. Train from southern part of India to Mumbai and Delhi passes through Gulbarga. Shri Kshetra Gangapu an well known pilgrimage of God Shri Sadguru Dattarya is very close from Gulbarga. The climate of the district is generally dry and healthy with temperature ranging from 5c to 45c and an annual rainfall of about 750mm. The entire district is situated in Deccan Plateau and the general elevation ranges from 300 to 750 meters above MSL.
  • Two main river, Krishna and Bhima, flow in the district. The predominant type of soil in the district is black soil. The district has a large number of tanks which in addition to the river irrigate the land. The Upper Krishna Project is major irrigational venture in the district. Jowar, groundnut, rice, and pulses are the main crops. Gulbarga an industrially backward district is presently showing signs of growth in the Cement, textile, leather and chemical industries sectors. Gulbarga has a University with Medical and Engineering Colleges.