Bidar is being a part of the world’s oldest civilizations may be a land of rich history, countless beliefs, traditions and legends surrounding the religions. Bidar takes pride within the country’s rich cultural and non-secular history because it is that the birth land of the traditions of Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism and Sikhism. The Hindus mention the heavenly abode of the Almighty on Earth as ‘Mandir’. You will find great temples at mostly every corner of the Bidar. Every temple features a unique history and legend attached thereto. Bidar introduces you to a number of the foremost popular and luxurious temples of the country.
Bidar have long been the symbol of its centuries old religious fabric. You would find temples almost everywhere, be it the town streets, chowks, outskirts, or markets. An outsized number of Hindu devotees visit the mandirs in Bidar and many of the people offer daily prayers to their deities. Temples have priests who lookout of the religious rituals and maintain the temples. The amount of temples, which shows the utmost level of devotion that the people have. Many of those temples are centuries old with amazing architecture, and thus are a prominent a part of cultural heritage. There also are many legends related to these temples that increase their significance.