Located in Karnataka, the city of Raichur belongs to the district by the same name. Home to a large number of historical monuments, this heritage site is a delight for any history buff. The eponymous Raichur Fort stands as a witness to the myriad dynasties such as the Chalukyas and the Kakatiyas that ruled this region. Mahalaxmi Temple and Sri Sugureshwara Temple located in the nearby villages are famous places of worship. Some other archaeological sites of this region include Maski, Mudgal, Hatti Gold Mines, and Naradagadde. You can view samples of the Persian style of architecture if you choose to visit Ek Minar ki Masjid. The mosque offers a spectacular view of the city. Sitting near the calm and serene lake- Aam Talaab is bound to render a soothing effect on your mind. If you are planning a visit to Raichur, you should not worry about accommodation.

Best Time to Visit Raichur

The winter season ranging between the months of October and February is the best time to visit Raichur. The weather is most pleasant at this time of the year and the cool winter breeze will prove to be soothing while you explore the various tourist spots of Raichur. September is another preferred month of the year when tourists gather to attend the Raichur Zilla Rangotsava, an eight-day cultural fete organised by the Karnataka Nataka Academy.

Weather Of Raichur

Raichur is characterised by typically dry climate. The hot and sultry summer days with an average temperature of thirty-two degree Celsius are rather uncomfortable. May is the hottest month of the year with an average maximum temperature of thirty-nine degree Celsius. The months from June to September receive moderate rainfall from the south-west monsoon winds, and the average annual rainfall of Raichur is 713 mm. The cool and comfortable winter season from December to February records an average temperature of twenty-five degree. December is the coolest month of the year with an average minimum temperature of eighteen degree Celsius.

How to Reach Raichur?

By Air : The Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad is located at a distance of 199 km from Raichur and it takes around three and a half hours to reach by road. Hubli Airport in Karnataka is situated at a distance of 256 km and can be reached after a six-hour road journey.

By Rail : The Raichur Railways Station lies in the Solapur-Guntakal railway track. It is also a part of the Mumbai-Chennai Railway line and is well connected to all major regions of India such as Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Trivandrum,Kanyakumari, Pune, Bhopal and Agra.

By Road : You can reach Raichur from any nearby city (or even village) by bus. Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) provides bus services that connect Raichur to many cities and villages.