Welcome to Sedam, a beautiful town in Kalaburagi district of Karnataka, India. Sedam is famous for its Shahabad stones, which are used for construction all over India. The town is spread over an area of 5.5 square kilometres and shares borders with Chitapur Taluka, Chincholi Taluka and Yadgir district to the west, north and south respectively. The food grain industry is also big here, especially with Toor dal being sent to far away places like Tamil Nadu. Sedam Taluk is located in the eastern part of the district. Sedam in ancient times was known as Hedimba and was ruled by Rashtrautas and Kalyani Chalukyas. Some of the ancient temples in Sedam town are Madhava Trilingeshwara Eshwara Temple, Kottala Basaveshwara Temple, Manvikeshwara Temple, Panchalingeshwara Temple, Bananti Kambha, Jwalamukhi statues and Ganapa Navakoti Narayana Temple, Panduranga Temple, Karadagiri Hanuman Temple, Laxmi Narayan Temple, Hingulambika Temple, Sadesab Darga, Masjid-e-Mahal, Mecca Masjid. Sedam also has an ancient fort, Ganesh temple in Ganesh nagar. Near to Sedam about 12–14 km away, there is a place called Ranjol with a famous masjid. Sedam also has some Jain cave ruins possibly from the time of the Rashtrakuta Dynasty. Near to Sedam, about 20–25 km away, there is place called Benakanhalli with famous Chandaneshawar temple. Sedam is well connected by road and is 150 km from Hyderabad. It is also connected to Gulbarga, the district headquarters which is 50 km away. Sedam lies on the Hyderabad-Mumbai route and Delhi-Bangalore Route. A number of trains pass through Sedam railway station. Come and explore the beauty of Sedam, a town full of history, culture and natural beauty.