Mysore is located in Southern India and is the second biggest city of Karnataka. The city was also the former capital of the Wodeyar dynasty and is al...
Bangalore is the well known capital of Karnataka situated on southern Deccan plateau of Karnataka. City has been providing a shelter to more than 6 mi...
Hassan is a city situated in Karnataka and is the district headquarters of Hassan district. Also referred as a town, Hassan city is located exactly 93...
The town of Badami in Karnataka was the regal capital of Badami Chalukya dynasty during 540 to 757 AD. It was formerly known as Vatapi. The town got i...
Chikmangalur district of Karnataka is also known as the land of coffee. The name literally means ‘Younger Daughter’. It was given as dowry...
Srirangapatna, is a town located in Karnataka and also near to Mysore. The town is also of great religious, historic and cultural significance. It is ...
Gulbarga , which is also referred as Kalburgi is a city located in Karnataka and is also the administrative headquarters of Gulbarga District. It is s...
Belgaum is a city in the state of Karnataka, bordering with Maharashtra and Goa. It got its name from Venugrama, meaning Bamboo Village. The city is k...
Hubli is a city of Karnataka and is also reckoned as the most thriving city in Bangalore. It the largest city of North Karnataka and many also call it...
Chitradurga is a picturesque valley in Karnataka. It spreads across 8,440 sq. kms. Chitradurga is known for boasting massive boulders that are s...
Karnataka is a land of World Heritage Sites in India. Karnataka is situated in south-west region of India. It came into existence from 1 November 1956 and before 1973 it was used to be known as the State of Mysore. Bengaluru, the capital as well as the largest city of Karnataka, is the IT powerhouse of India.
The extreme of west of Karnataka is a long coastline of Arabian Sea and Laccadive Sea. It shares its state borders with Goa in the north-west and Maharashtra in the north. Towards the east of Karnataka lies Andhra Pradesh. The south-east and south-west boundaries of Karnataka divide it from Tamil Nadu and Kerala respectively.
Being the fifth most popular state of India for tourism, it is visited by thousands of tourists every year. Karnataka Tours bring people closer to the history and culture of India. Large numbers of historically and culturally significant monuments are there in Karnataka. That is why sightseeing is the most popular of all the tourists’ Activities In Karnataka.
The information provided in a good Karnataka Travel Guide is all available here. Using this information will be of great help in planning Karnataka Tours. The heritage sites in Karnataka can never be missed out while holidaying in Karnataka.
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|Capital||:||Bangalore (Garden city of India).|
|Languages||:||Languages Spoken : Kannada, Tulu, Konkani, Kodava, Hindi and English.|
|Best Time to Visit :||:||September to February.|
|Climate||:||Summer (March to June) - Warm. Monsoon (July to September) - Warm. Winter (October to February) - Cool.|
|People of Karnataka||:||The People of Karnataka represent a harmonious blend of native communities and people who have migrated from neighbouring states. Known for their amiable and friendly nature, the Karnataka people have proven to be great hosts for visiting tourists. People from the neighbouring states, viz., Marathas, Tamils, Malayalis, have co-existed peacefully with their indigenous counterparts and have contributed to the growth of their adopted homeland. In recent years, due to the rapid development of the IT industry, young professionals from different parts of the country have made Karnataka their homeland. The Kodavas of Coorg are one of the prominent ethnic tribes and are known as a warrior race. Throughout ages, the Kodavas have preserved and nurtured their distinctive cultural traits.|