Mangalore St Aloysius Church, Gokarnatheshwara Temple

Mangalore or Mangaluru is a port city on the Arabian Sea coast in Dakshina Kannada District, Karnataka state, India. Majority of coffee and cashew exports from India are through the port here. St Aloysius Church, Mangalore St Aloysius Chapel (Church) built in 1884, is a Portuguese chapel situated at Lighthouse Hill in the heart of…

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ISKCON Temple Bangalore

ISKCON Temple at Bangalore is the largest “The International Society for Krishna Consciousness” temple in the world. ISKCON Temple Bangalore at night Srila Prabhupada established this society of Hare Krishna movement or ISKCON, as it is known, in 1967. He went to United States and spread the message of Lord Krishna . He engaged people…

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Kali Tiger Reserve, White Water River Rafting

Kali Tiger Reserve or Dandeli-Anshi Tiger Reserve is in Uttara Kannada district, Karataka state, India. Kali River flows through Kali Tiger reserve and hence got its name. Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary was formed in 1956. Anshi National Park was formed in 1987, to the west of the Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary. Final notification of Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary…

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Bangalore Fort, Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace

Bangalore Fort is an old fort in the heart of Bangalore city, or Bangalooru as it is called now. Kempe Gowda I , First ruler of Bangalore Kingdom under the Vijayanagara Empire built this fort in 1537. Old Bangalore Fort The original fort was made using mud. Sultan Hyder Ali of Mysore re-built the fort…

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Everything You Need To Know About Brindavan Gardens

Brindavan Gardens is one of the most famous gardens in South India. The Garden is situated at Mysore, in the state of Karnataka. The garden is built on the foot of Krishnarajasagara dam across Kaveri river. the Garden work was started in 1927 and was completed in 1932. Around 20 lacks tourists visits Brindavan every…

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Kudremukh National Park, Mining Town in Western Ghats

Kudremukh National Park is located in Chikmagalur disrtict, Karnataka, India. It is part of the Western Ghats and is spread across the districts of Chikmagalur, Dakshina Kannada & Udupi. Kudremukh National Park stretches between Narasimha Parvatha in Sringeri Taluk in the north to Jamalabad Fort in Belthangady Taluk in the south. Kudremukh National Park is…

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Gangaikonda Cholapuram

Gangaikonda Cholapuram was constructed as the capital of the Chola Kingdom by King Rajendra Chola I, the son and successor to Great Chola King Rajaraja Chola, who conquered a huge territory in South India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Sumatra, Kadaram (in Malaysia), Cambodia and others, towards the start of the eleventh century A.D. Gangaikonda Cholapuram Temple…

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Talakaveri falls in Brahmagiri Hills, Andhra Pradesh

Talakaveri is considered as the source of the river Kaveri on the Brahmagiri hill (not on Brahmagiri range, which lies further south of Brahmagiri hills), in Karnataka state, India. Talakaveri is at an altitude of around 1,276 meters above sea level. Talakaveri Temple. Except during the Monsoon season, there is no flow of water is…

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Bylakuppe Buddhist monasteries

Bylakuppe is an area or town, which is home to several Tibetan settlements, established by Lugsum Samdupling in 1961 and Dickyi Larsoe in 1969, near to Koorg, located to the west of Mysore district, Karnataka, India. Bylakuppe – Namdroling Monastery. Tibetans accounted for majority of the population here. An estimated 70,000 Tibetans lives here today;…

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