Category:Gadag district

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Gadag (Kannada: ) is one of the 30 districts of Karnataka, India. Gadag is the district headquarter. Gadag was formed in 1997, when it was split from Dharwad district. Gadag district, the core area of Kalyani Chalukyas has many monuments, mainly Shiva temples and Jain Basadis. Kalyani Chalukyas propagated Jainism and built temples known for architectural beauty.

15°25′0.01″N 75°37′0.01″E / 15.4166694°N 75.6166694°E / 15.4166694; 75.6166694

Gadag district 
district of Karnataka, India
Jain temple at Lakkundi built in the Kalyani Chalukya style.jpg
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Instance of district of India
LocationBelgaum division, Karnataka, India
Capital
Area
  • 4,656 km²
official website
Authority control
Wikidata

15° 24′ 00″ N, 75° 45′ 00″ E

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