Hubli to Badami road distance is about 100km.
Hubli to Badami by Road
Take the Gulberga Bijapur Hubli highway (NH218). About 60km from Hubli, you'll pass Nargund. Further 26 km you'll reach the Kulgeri Cross to Badami. Leave the highway and turn right to Badami Road. Another 20km you'll reach Badami town.

Hubli to Badami (distance 106km) Hubli --23km--> Hebsur --15km-->Navalgund-- 22km-->Nargund --26km-->Kulgeri Cross -- 20km--> Badami

Hubli to Badami by Train
It's about 3 hours journey by train from Hubli to Badami. There are a few express trains and passenger trains connect Hubli with Badami. For the train timings from Hubli to Badami, see the timetable below.

Train No.
Train Name
Departure Station
Departure Time
Arrival Time
Departure Days

16535
Gol Gumbaz Express
Hubli
4:10
6:40
 Daily

56906
Solapur Passenger
Hubli
13:10
16:19
Daily

11424
Solapur Express
Hubli
15:00
17:36
Daily

 56904
Dharwad - Solapur Passenger
 Hubli
 18.30
21:49
 Daily

14805
Barmer AC Express
 Hubli
19.35
22.28
Mon

17319
Hubli-Secunderabad Express
 Hubli
20:50
23:18
Wed,Fri,Sun

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Bangalore to Pattadakal
Bangalore to Pattadakal

Chalukya Express
Chalukya Express

Chalukya Express connects Mumbai with Bangalore. That is Chalukya Express operates between Yesvantpur Junction in Bangalore and Dadar in Mumbai.The train is named so because its route passes is right through the erstwhile Chalukya Empire heartland.

Mythologies
Mythologies

Badami, Aihole and Pattadakal Circuit
Badami, Aihole and Pattadakal Circuit

Chalukya Architecture
Chalukya Architecture

Pattadakal Hotels
Pattadakal Hotels

Andhakasura
Andhakasura

Lord Shiva slaying Andhakasura, the blind demon, is a popular mythological theme carved on many Shiva Temples. At Pattadakal you can see a giant image in the south side of the Galaganatha Temple. The story goes like this. While in the mount Mandhara a baby was born to Parvati and Shiva. Shiva was in a meditating posture and Parvati closed his eyes mischievously from behind. The boy appeared out of Parvati's sweat. Shiva explains to Parvati that since his eyes were closed, the baby was born blind and calls him Andhaka (the blind). Since he posed devilish qualities he was called Andhakasura (the blind demon ).

Bangalore to Badami by Bus
Bangalore to Badami by Bus

Bangalore to Badami by Road
Bangalore to Badami by Road

Pattadakal , Karnataka
Pattadakal , Karnataka

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