Badami is valley of rugged red stone, circumambient the Agastya Lake, Badami (formerly known as Vatapi) is an archaeological delight owing to its beautifully crafted sandstone cave temples, fortresses and carvings. Its situated at Bagalkot district in Karnataka, Badami is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites that constitute Aihole-Badami-Pattadakal and is the finest example of traditional temple architecture in India. Once the royal capital of the Chalukyas, Badami is home to a number of examples of Dravidian architecture which have instances of both South and North Indian styles of architecture. There are three Hindu Temples and one Jain Temple in Badami Caves. Rock climbing is a popular activity here for people looking for some adventure too.
Attraction Views Of Badami
Badami Cave Temples,Agastya Lake,Badami Fort,Bhutanatha Temples,Aihole,Archaeological Museum Badami.
How To Reach Badami
Badami is well connected to other major cities of the country via regular buses.There are regular trains from other major cities of the country to Badami.Instead of Badami you can a get flight to Hubli Airport on regular basis.
BY FLIGHT :- Instead of Badami you can a get flight to Hubli Airport on regular basis. Badami 84 km away Hubli Airport (HBX), Hubli, Karnataka.
BY TRAIN :- There are regular trains from other major cities of the country to Badami. Railway Station(s): Badami (BDM).