Gadag District is bounded by the districts of Koppal
in the east, Dharwad
in the west, Haveri
in the south, Belgaum
in the north-west, and Bagalkot
in the north. The total population of Gadag is close to a million.
Located in the interior of Karnataka, the main geographic feature is the Kappath Hills. The rivers Malaprabha and
Tungabhadra run along the district boarder. The climate is semi-arid. Seasonal crops grown are maize, sorghum, greengram, groundnut, sunflower, onion, and chilli during kharif season, and cotton, rabi, jowar, Bengal gram, and wheat during rabi season. Some areas are also used for flower crops and vegetables.