is a state which is a part of South India, Kannada being the language
of the state. With an antiquity that dates to the paleolithic, Karnataka
is a rustic state with temples, a history of captivating empires and massive
forts and palaces. Mysore, Hassan, Coorg, Kabini, Hospet ( Hampi ), Badami,
Malpe, Dandeli, Mangalore, Karwar, Gokarna & Bangalore the capital
city, lot other places are worth a visit.
The Mysore palace
silently narrates the story of grandeur splendor and fabulous wealth.
It is a state of remarkable literature too, with the fact that Kannada
language has received the most number of Jnanpith awards in India.
and religious ethnicities are native to Karnataka. There is an array of
ancient sculptured temples, modern cities, scenic hill ranges, unexplored
forests and endless beaches. Karnataka has 25 wildlife sanctuaries and
five national parks. It has been ranked as the fourth most popular tourist
destination in India. The state's major attractions include two UNESCO
World Heritage Sites and scores of historical monuments.
claims proudly 320 kms of pristine coastline. The waterfalls of Karnataka
and Kudremukh National Park in Chikmagalur district are listed as must-see
places and among the "1001 Natural Wonders of the World." Another
attraction there, Hanumana Gundi Waterfalls, has water falling onto Natural
rock formations and getting there involves trekking. Mysore Palace at
Mysore is one of the most visited monuments in India. An range of world
class hotels, supreme IT infrastructure and other facility waits for the
tourists to give them utmost satisfaction on their visit to Karnataka
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about Karnataka, we have listed a table below with all major tourist attractions
and highlights of Karnataka. You can simply make your choice and have
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Karnataka in Details