Ibrahim Rouza

Bijapur, located in Karnataka is famous as the ‘Agra of South India’ for accommodating majestic monuments. This city that remained the capital to the Adil Shahi dynasty in ancient times hasn’t failed to maintain its grandeur and royal charm in the form of splendid monuments that go back to 15th century. Ibrahim Rouza is one such magnificent monument – a beguiling tomb brim-full of rich décor, classy corridors, windows built with perforated stone and buildings that are interconnected. Admired for its outstanding work of class and intricacy, Ibrahim Rouza houses minarets that are as high as 24 metres. The delicacy of these minarets is believed to have served inspiration behind the making of the dainty Taj Mahal. Ibrahim Rouza is one of the handful monuments that display decorative works of sculpture and immense stone latticework. The three primary sections of Bijapur happen to be the fort, the citadel and the remaining portion of the city. The citadel that goes a mile in the circuit is the most well-built and strong and is surrounded by 91-metre wide yard. The fort is encompassed by a 6-metre wide wall.

About Ibrahim Rouza

Bijapur, located in Karnataka is famous as the ‘Agra of South India’ for accommodating majestic monuments. This city that remained the capital to the Adil Shahi dynasty in ancient times hasn’t failed to maintain its grandeur and royal charm in the form of splendid monuments that go back to 15th century. Ibrahim Rouza is one such magnificent monument – a beguiling tomb brim-full of rich décor, classy corridors, windows built with perforated stone and buildings that are interconnected. Admired for its outstanding work of class and intricacy, Ibrahim Rouza houses minarets that are as high as 24 metres. The delicacy of these minarets is believed to have served inspiration behind the making of the dainty Taj Mahal. Ibrahim Rouza is one of the handful monuments that display decorative works of sculpture and immense stone latticework. The three primary sections of Bijapur happen to be the fort, the citadel and the remaining portion of the city. The citadel that goes a mile in the circuit is the most well-built and strong and is surrounded by 91-metre wide yard. The fort is encompassed by a 6-metre wide wall.

Outstanding Universal Value

Ibrahim Rouza located in Bijapur is a must-visit if you are touring Karnataka. Ibrahim Adil Shah is said to have built this beautiful monument dedicated to Taj Sultana, his queen. The Islamic architecture of then, it is one of the daintiest monuments in the history of Karnataka that emanates austere charisma. King Ibrahim Adil Shah II, his mother Haji Badi Sahiba, Queen Taj Sultana, their two sons and daughter were buried in this monument. Riding the chart of the top Islamic buildings around the globe, Ibrahim Rouza is a definite visit while in Bijapur.

Monument Information

Address

Ibrahim Rouza Road, Shastri Nagar, Vijayapura, Karnataka 586101

How To Reach

  • Nearest Airport :Belgaum Airport
  • Nearest Railway Station :Bangalore Railway Station
  • Nearest Bus Station : Aihole, Badami, Pattadakal, Hampi, Belgaum, Bangalore, Mumbai

Opening Hours

  • Opening Time : 06:00:00 am
  • Closing Time :06:00:00 pm

Weather

  • Monsoon : Maximum: 34°C, Minimum: 23°C

    Summer : Maximum: 37.5 °C, Minimum: 25 °C

    Winter : Maximum: 29 °C, Minimum: 13 °C

    Recommended Season to Visit : Winter Season (October to March)

Facilities available At the Monument

  • Toilets for Ladies & Gentleman
  • Drinking Water Facility
  • Signages
  • Interpretation Centre
  • Visitor information Centre
  • Garbage bins
  • Solid waste disposal
  • Lightening conductor
  • Electricity
  • Visiter circulation path
  • Parking
  • Ticket Booth
  • Site Museum Display Shed
  • Wheel chair for differently abled
  • Publication counter
  • Brochure/guide book

Accommodation near the monument

Contact Details

  • Shri. Anand Teertha
  • Phone: 91-8352-250228
  • E-mail: scircle.bij@gmail.com

Ticket Information

Terms & Conditions

  • The e-ticket is not transferable.
  • Entry Fee is not refundable.
  • E-ticket cancellations are not permitted.
  • The Monument is open for visitors between sunrise and sunset.
  • Visitor shall be required to show photo identity proof in original at the entry to the monument.
  • Edibles are not allowed inside the monument.
  • Inflammable/dangerous/explosive articles are not allowed.
INDIAN Visitor:
Total ₹ 25
₹ 25 - by ASI as Entry fee & ₹ 0 - by ADI as Toll tax
FOREIGNER Visitor:
Total ₹ 300
₹ 300 - by ASI as Entry fee & ₹ 0 - by ADI as Toll tax
SAARC Visitor:
Total ₹ 25
₹ 25 - by ASI as Entry fee & ₹ 0 - by ADI as Toll tax
BIMSTEC Visitor:
Total ₹ 25
₹ 25 - by ASI as Entry fee & ₹ 0 - by ADI as Toll tax