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Karnataka>>Bangalore
With its world-class IT industry and scientific research facilities, Bangalore is considered by many to be India's science and technology capital. The capital city of Karnataka is also known as the Garden City because of its many beautiful gardens and parks along with pink cassias, golden acacias and jacarandas, which bloom throughout the city. From its comfortable perch of 3,250 feet above sea level, Bangalore offers visitors delightful weather conditions throughout the year. The pleasant climate is also conducive to greenery in the city.
 

Karnataka>> Belgaum
Belgaum lies near the borders of Bangalore and Goa. Due to its location, Belgaum has accquired the finer points and cultural influences from both its neighbours. Belgaum is a charming blend of the old and the new and presents a fine union of the old as well as the modern day culture and lifestyles. In the heart of Belgaum is the Fort, Kapileshwara Temple, Ananthashayana Temple etc. Belgaum also has some very impressive churches. The vegetation here is lush green and the destination offers the best by way of scenic beauty.
Karnataka>>Bidar
Bidar, the tiny district, is steeped in history and rich culture. The capital of the Bahamani kingdom and later the Barid Shahi dynasty, Bidar has many places of architectural and historical interest. The Bidar Fort welcomes you with five darwazas (gates) that lead into a little town settled cozily within the ramparts. Historically, Bidar was a part of the Bahamani Kingdom, which comprised of Bijapur, Gulbarga, Bidar, Golconda, and Birar. The ruler of Bidar was Barid Shah. The Nizams of Hyderabad later ruled Bidar. Bidar witnessed the "religious revolution" under the Lingayat Reformist Basavanna.
 
Karnataka>>Gulbarga
Gulbarga, the South Indian city, in northeastern Karnataka state, is located on the Karnataka Plateau. Climate is dry and cold in the winter, rains a lot during the monsoon and one of the hottest in summer. There are many shopping places, the biggest one is Super Market at the centre of the city (Close to the Appana kere (Lake)). Station bazaar close to the railway station is the second biggest market/shopping areas of Gulbarga. You can find almost everything that you would find in a big city like Bangalore in Gulbarga.
 
Karnataka>>Hassan
Hassan district is the 220 km (137 miles) west of Bangalore. Set amidst a lush agricultural landscape ringed by distant hills, this isolated site was the Hoysala capital in the 12th and 13th centuries. While the palace has yet to be excavated, the stone ramparts that once surrounded the city can still be seen. Outside the ramparts, to the east, is the vast tank known as Dorasamudra, which was also the city's original name. Today, the principal attraction of Halebid is the Hoysaleshvara Temple. Its construction began in 1121 by King Vishnuvardhana, but never finished it.
 
Karnataka>> kolar
The town of Kolar is located at the intersection of three southern states (Karnataka, Tamilnadu, and Andhra Pradesh) and serves as the headquarters of a district by the same name. Once a center of gold mining (Kolar Gold Fields), today agriculture and sericulture are the primary professions of people of Kolar.
Karnataka>>Mysore
Mysore is more than palaces, parks and temples; the exotic fragrance of Mysore Jasmine; the melodious strains of the Veena; the rich aroma of filter coffee; traditional carvings on fragrant sandalwood, rosewood and ivory; the rustle of rich silks; delicious Nanjangud bananas; Hot 'N' Spicy Bisi-bele-hulianna; mouth watering Mysore Pak, a traditional sweetmeat; It is a gourmet's delight and a Shopper's paradise. Shop at Cauvery Handicrafts Emporium or in the little backstreets and bylanes that offer some exciting bargains. Mysore Come, experience it for yourself.
 
Karnataka>>Pattadakal
Pattadkal stands testimony to Chalukya style of architecture and was declared as a World Heritage Centre in the state of Karnataka by UNESCO. Situated on the banks of Malaprabha river, Pattadakal has the epics chiseled on the temple walls. The ceremonial site for the early Western Chalukyan kings, Pattadakal, is located near Aihole and Badami in Karnataka. In Pattadakal, there are sets of nine important temples that exhibit a mixture of styles.
 
Karnataka>>Tumkur
Tumkur, a town and district of southern India, in the west of Mysore state. The town has a station on the Madras and Southern Mahratta railway; 43 m. North West of Bangalore. The area of the district is 4158 sq. m. It consists chiefly of elevated land intersected by river valleys. A range of hills rising to nearly 4000 feet crosses it from north to south, forming the water parting between the systems of the Krishna and the Cauvery.
 
Karnataka>>Uttarkannad
Uttara Kannada is a district in the southern Indian state of Karnataka. It is sometimes called North Canara, or North Kanara. It is bounded on the northwest by the state of Goa, on the north by Belgaum district, on the northeast by Dharwad district, on the east by Haveri district, on the southeast by Shimoga district, on the south by Udupi district, and on the west by the Arabian Sea. The district has an area of 10291 sq. km., and a population of 1,353,299 (2001 census), a 10.90% increase since the 1991 census. The town of Karwar is the administrative headquarters of the district.
 
Karnataka>>Bijapur
Bijapur is part of the Karnataka Northern Circuit. If you start your tour of historical Karnataka at Hampi and are travelling northwards thereon, Bijapur should be your third major stop. From Hampi, make your way to Badami - Pattadakal - Aihole, all three of which are only a stone's throw from each other. And from there go further to arrive at Bijapur.
 
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