BIDAR, the Bahmanid capital (c.1425 - c.1518)

 Section 10, top margin d, left margin c; northwest of Hyderabad
In 1425, the Bahmanids shifted their capitol from Gulbarga to Bidar
One recent visitor's views of the fort; largely in ruins now, the fort covered a very extensive area and once housed a number of magnificently detailed buildings
Other modern photos of the fort
The famous madrasah built by Mahmud Gawan
Some tombs of the later Barid Shahi dynasty that supplanted the Bahmanids in Bidar

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