Bidar is famous for its Bidari handicrafts and Bidariware, which is a type of metal handicraft. Bidariware was developed during the Bahamani rule. Bidar celebrates many festivals that reflect the rich culture and heritage of this historic city. Veerabhadreshwara Jatra is an annual seven-day long festival, which is celebrated between January and February. \n\nA large number of pilgrims and tourists participate in this festival where they pull carts or take walks to the auspicious Veerbhadra temple of Lord Shiva in Humnabad. The citizens of Bidar also celebrate Bidar Utsav, at the Bidar Fort. This festival hosts many modern and traditional modes of celebration including physical and cultural activities such as film festival, kite festival, wrestling, etc. The local eateries serve an array of multi cuisines that you can relish on your visit to Bidar.
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