Welcome to the Sabala Heritage Home and Handicrafts in Bijapur city!

We deliver a unique of experience of a fine blend between the Banjara and North-Karnataka Tradition – Add to it the legacy of the Mughal Architecture prevalent in the city; you’re in for a really nice time!

Sabala Heritage Home and Handicrafts provides a rich and authentic cultural experience with clean and comfortable accommodations. It is situated outside the city in a quiet area with nice views over the peaceful countryside. WiFi, Parking, Breakfast available.

    •  Traditional Homestay
    •  Lambani Craft Lessons
    •  Authentic North-Karnataka Food
    •  Lambani Dance Shows
    •  WiFi on Demand
    •  Arrangements for local sightseeing
    •  Free Parking space

Stay with us at Sabala Heritage Home and Handicrafts soon!


Q Sabala, a voluntary organisation dedicated to the empowerment of women & children

Sabala Heritage Home, at Bijapur city, is the latest venture by Sabala Organization. The aim of the venture is to provide a culture and tradition-rich accommodation and recreational services, to make your visit to the historical city of Bijapur more pleasant and worthwhile. Sabala is a 25 year old organization as of 2014.

Sabala is a voluntary organisation dedicated to the empowerment of women and children, based in the arid district of Bijapur of North Karnataka in South India. Set up in 1986, Sabala is working with widows, destitutes, tribals, physically challenged girls and women, and economically backward women.

Sabala has created a Platform to Rehabilitate Landless and Houseless People of Almatti Dam Submerged Villages.

Sabala established Craft Development Centre in 1998 to:
Revive the Traditional Craft
Promote self employment in order to Check the migration
Provide Marketing Facilities to ensure regular income and sustainability
Develop entrepreneurship quality among artisans
Protection of Child Rights
Capacity Building and Networking of Artisan

Sabala has been recognized for its fair trade standards and is a member of Fair Trade India and World Fair Trade Organisation - Asia.


Q Tourist Spots Nearby

Gol Gumbaz
This is the most famous monument in Bijapur. It is the tomb of Mohammed Adil Shah (ruled 1627-1657). It is the largest dome ever built, next in size only to St Peter's Basilica in Rome. A particular attraction in this monument is the central chamber, where every sound is echoed seven times. Another attraction at the Gol Gumbaz is the Whispering Gallery, where even minute sounds can be heard clearly 37 metres away. Gol Gumbaz complex includes a mosque, a Naqqar Khana (a hall for the trumpeters, now used as museum) and the ruins of guest houses.

Ibhrahim Rauza
The most impressive structure in Bijapur is the Ibrahim Roza and the associated mosque. Tomb of the famous Adil Shahi Sultan Ibrahim II (1580-1627), the structure has attracted lavish praises of the art historians and common tourists alike. Referred as ”the Taj Mahal of the Deccan”, the monument is built to perfection and with unstinting technical care and unparallel skilled artistry. The tomb has remarkable proportionate with elegant cupolas and slender minarets. The parapets cornices further add to the decorative touches.

Jama Masjid
It is the largest and oldest mosque in the Deccan. It is at 1200 yards to the east of the citadel. Ali Adil Shah I, after his triumphant victory over Vijayanagara built this mosque. It is a mosque, rectangle in shape, about 400 feet (120 m) from east to west and 280 feet (85 m) from north to south. The main entrance is from the east side and there is a pavilion ascribed to Aurangzeb at the entrance. Including the entire big open court spread between two wings, the mosque occupies an area of 116,300 square feet (10,800 sq. m) and unmatched by any building in Bijapur. The columns in the main building divide the floor into 45 equal squares. The most beautiful feature is the dome of this building which is highly proportionate. The mihrab here is gorgeously painted.

Gagan Mahal
Gagan Mahal or Heavenly Palace was built by Ali Adil Shah I in 1561 as a royal palace with a durbar hall. It has three impressive arches and the central arch is the widest. The durbar hall was located in the ground floor while the first floor was built as the private residence of the royal family. But both floors are now in ruins. The façade of the palace has three arches; the central arch, which is the largest of the three, is 20 metres (66 ft) long and 17 metres (56 ft)in height.

Lord Shiva Statue
The 85-foot (26 m) tall statue of Lord Shiva installed by the T.K. Patil Banakatti Charitable Trust in Bijapur at Shivapur on Sindagi Road is gradually developing as a pilgrimage place.1,500 tonnes statue considered as the second-biggest statue of Lord Shiva in the country was prepared by sculptors from Shimoga for more than 13 months and the civilian design was provided by Bangalore-based architects. The statue weighs around 1,500 tonnes.

Hampi is a village in northern Karnataka state, India. It is located within the ruins of Vijayanagara, the former capital of the Vijayanagara Empire. Predating the city of Vijayanagara, it continues to be an important religious centre, housing the Virupaksha Temple, as well as several other monuments belonging to the old city. The ruins are a UNESCO World Heritage Site, listed as the Group of Monuments at Hampi.

Locted at around 120 kilometers from Bijapur city, Badami is famous for its sandstone cave temples. Cave temple 1 may be the oldest in Badami. It is made of red sandstone and has a hall with numerous pillars and a square shaped sanctum hollowed in the control back wall. There are paintings of amorous couples on the ceiling. Other features include Shiva and his consort Parvathi with a coiled serpent and the 18 armed lord Nataraja in 81 dancing poses.

Aihole & Pattadakal
Located at about 90 kilometers from BIjapur, Aihole is known for Chalukyan architecture with about 125 stone temples dating from 6th Century C.E. and is a popular tourist spot in north Karnataka. It lies to the east of Pattadakal, along the Malaprabha River, while Badami is to the west of both. With its collection of architectural structures, Aihoḷe has the potential to be included as a UNESCO World heritage site.

Pattadakal is a World Heritage site in Karnataka, lies on the banks of Malaprabha River inBagalkot district. It is 22 km from Badami and about 10 km from Aihole, well known for Chalukya monuments. The Pre-Chalukya historical and Archaeological site Bachinagudda also near Pattadakal.

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