Top 6 Tourist Places To Visit In Karnataka, India

Karnataka is a state and a part of south India. It is the 8th largest state in india both in area and population. It is a land of royal grandeur and oriental glory. The language of the state is Kannada. The river Kaveri originates from ‘Thalai Kaveri’ in Coorg and fertile the state.

Karnataka formely known as State of Mysore and got its name changed to Karnataka state on November 1, 1973. This State is Situated on the western edge of the Deccan Plateau and has a 287 km coastline on the west.

Karnataka is a land with abounding scenic beauty and charm. It is well known for lovely gardens, beautiful temples and historical monuments. The ruler of the past have left their imprints in the architecture and sculpture. The grand palaces and beautiful gardens and the splendour of festivals like Dussehra attract the tourists of various places.


Pattabhirama temple in Hampi
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Kodagu District (Coorg)

Waterfalls near Ayatana resort, Coorg
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Gokarna city beach
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Naganatheshvara Temple at Begur, Bengaluru
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Bangalore is a administrative capital with office, Vidhana Soudha (a huge building of extensive area of Dravidian Architecture) and in the centre of south India for the tourist attraction from different boundaries of India as well as abroad. The stately buildings, sprawling Parks, lush gardens and salubrious climate has bought this city the titles such as the garden city of India, the Silicon Valley of the East and the retired man’s Paradise with lovely climate. Bangalore is one of the most modern and industrialized city. It ranks first in Information Technology in India for the tidal parks. The important industries are HAL, BEL, ITI, HMT, BEML and INTEL. Bangalore is famous for good hotels and lodges. The ‘Masala Dosa’ of Bangalore is world famous.


Mysore Palace
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Agumbe the Queen of Ghats
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