Gadag is a district in the state of Karnataka, India. It was created by splitting from the district Dharwad in 1997.
It has had 1064570 populated since 2011. . From 1991 to 2001, the total population grew by 13.14%. Gadag District borders northern Bagalkot District, eastern Koppal County, southeast Bellary County, and south-west Haveri County. It consists of monuments from the Western Chalukya Empire (primarily Jain and Hindu temples).
April is the hottest month of the year at an average of 29.0 °C | 84.2 °F. In December, the lowest annual yearly temperatures occur around 22.5 °C | 72.6 °F.
Hubli Airport is Gadag's closest domestic airport, about 64 km away. Gadag is situated 414 kilometers away from Bangalore Airport, which links the major European countries, the Americas, Asia, and the Middle East with all of India's major cities.
Gadag Junction, Hulkoti, Mallapur, Hombal, Banni Koppa, Balganur, Somankatti are some of the district railway stations that link most of the city and villages District.
Gadag District Hauptquartier has good road links. There is a road link to the main towns and remote settlements of Lakshmeshwar, Mundargh, Nargund, Gadag, Ron. The road to Bangalore is approximately 404 KM ( Capital of Karnataka ). The State Road Traffic Corporation (KSRTC) operates buses in this district from major urban communities.
The village has statues of the the11th- and 12th-century. Places of religious and historical significance include the temple of Veera Narayana and the Trikuteshwara complex. Mahavira is dedicated to one of the two major Jain Temples.
Between the sixth and eighth centuries, the Trikuteshwara Temple, an example of Chalukyan architecture, was constructed at the beginning of Chalukyas. The temple is dedicated to Saraswati.
Belavanniki is about 33 km from Gadag. The village is known for the Veerabhadra statue that is considered one of its finest sculptures in recent times. Therefore, the village belonged to Belavalanaadu-300 or Belvola-300 earlier, which was the origin of its name. This is also the place of birth of the well-known S. R. Hiremath social activist.
The Shri Jagadguru Budimahaswamigala Sansthan math Antur Bentur-Hosalli is known from Gadag, about 23 kilometers from the rural village Both Muslims and Hindus take control of the matha.
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