Historical Weather of Bijapur in Jan
CHECK 7 DAYS FORECAST FOR BIJAPUR
Total in wettest month
89.9 mm (1922)
Heaviest rain in 24 hours
89.1 mm (3rd 1922)
Bijapur, now known as Vijayapur is a beautiful city located in the state of Karnataka in South India. The city is better known for the historical monuments that dot the city. Most of the monuments that stand today were built during the rule of the Adil Shah Dynasty. Vijayapur itself has over 50 mosques, more than 20 tombs and a number of palaces.
The best time to visit the city is between October and March, which is the winter season for the city. The weather during this time is apt for sightseeing.
Seasons in Bijapur
Winters in Bijapur
Winter in the city begins in December and continues till February. The average day temperature during the season hovers around 30°C, while the minimum settles close to 16°C. These temperatures are really comfortable for this time of the year. For North Indians, this could be a fantastic place to escape the winter chill and explore the beautiful monuments that dot the city.
Summers in Bijapur
The summer season in Vijayapur starts in March and lasts till the end of May. Located in the southern peninsula, the weather during this period is hot with day temperatures touching 43°C at times. On an average the maximum hovers around 38°C. Therefore those eager to explore this place should try and avoid this season.
Monsoon in Bijapur
June to September is the monsoon period in Vijayapur. Light to moderate showers are experienced during this period. The average rainfall amount observed in the city during the season is 100 mm. September with an average rainfall of 150 mm is the rainiest month for the city. The temperatures during the monsoon season drop by a good margin making the weather comfortable. So any plans of travelling to the city can be taken up during this time.
Places to see in Bijapur
Over 50 Mosques and more than 20 tombs are located in Vijayapur alone. Gol-Gumbaz, Jumma Masjid, Bara Kamaan, Gajanan Temple, Ibrahim Rauza, Taj Bawdi, Mallike-e Maidan, Methar Mahal, Gagan Mahal, Jala Manzil, Upli Buruj, Shivagiri, Siddeshwar Temple are some of the famous tourist attractiong of the city.