In the state of Karnataka, Sedam is a town and taluka in the Gulbarga district. The town is peppered with ancient temples and a fort. Needless to say that a visit to Sedam takes a tourist back in time and one gets a glimpse of the India of yore.
Places to Stay
Sedam is a small town and there may not be hotels there but one can find lodges and dharamshalas. Their rates would be as per industry standards.
Kannada is the official language of the region.
Gowri Hubba is a festival celebrated a day before Ganesh Chaturthi is very popular amongst locals and Navratri is given a lot of significance in the region.
Places of Interest
There are many places to visit in and around Sedam; 55 km away is an ancient fort in Gulbarga built in 1347. 81 km or an hour and a half drives away is Jevargi, a sacred Jain pilgrimage site on the banks of River Bhima. Close to an hour or 55 km away is the Sharana Basaveshwara Temple.
How to Get There
Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Airport is around 130 km away.
Sedam has its own railway station and one can always check IRCTC for the same.
Sedam Bus Stand Chris is around 0.4 km from Sedam. Karnataka state transport buses and private tourist buses regularly provide bus services like Pavit Tours and Travels for tourists and pilgrims. Avail of online bus ticket booking offers whenever you book your tickets through Ticketgoose.com.