Surrounded by verdant greenery and serene atmosphere, the Narayanapura Dam has been constructed over the river Krishna, 120 km from Gulbarga. It was inaugurated in 1982 and has been the main source of drinking water for over 45 villages.
The Khwaja Bande Nawaz Dargah is the tomb of the great Sufi saint, Khwaza Syed !\Mohammad Gesu Daraz, popularly known as Khwaza Bande Nawaz. The venue of an annual ’Urs’, over thousands of people from all faiths visit the dargah to offer their respects.
About 40 km from Gulbarga is Jevargi, a sacred Jain pilgrimage centre on the banks of the river Bhima, Numerous Jain temples with exquisite architecture dot the city. Most of the temples are dedicated to the Jain Tirthankara and thousands.
The beautiful forest temple, Chandralamba temple has been constructed in the traditional Kerala architectural style. The temple complex has numerous mini mandirs and the courtyard is large enough to hold over 2,000 devotees. The annual ratha yatra.