Stories about places of interest in Karnataka

PIN (Postal Index Number) is six digit code is used for the numbering of post offices of Indian cities which are divided state-wise.

Karnataka States PIN starts from 56......e.g. if you take the capital city Bangalore , it's PIN is 560001. The number 5 denotes to which state it belongs, 6 to which city, to which Post Office, area under that Post Office, Sub Post Office, and street which it belongs.

In India there are 29 states and 7 union territories. One of them is Karataka state.In Karnataka near by me visiting places are cotained with full of historical,natural sight seeing , and also architechural sculptures. Karnataka is a state within the south western region of India. it's the most important state in South India and seventh largest in India. It had been formed on 1st November 1956, with the passage of the States Reorganisation Act.

Originally referred to as the State of Mysore, it had been renamed Karnataka in 1973. Its capital and largest city is Bangalore. Karnatka is surrounded by its neighboring states viz: , Telangana to the northeast, Andhra Pradesh to the east, Kerala to the south,Tamil Nadu to the southeast, Goa to the northwest,. , Maharashtra to the north, Arabian Sea to the west .Tamil it's the sole southern state to possess land borders with all of the opposite 4 southern Indian sister states.

Karnataka is that the eighth largest state by population, comprising 30 districts. Kannada, one among the classical languages of India, is that the most generally spoken and official language of the state. Other minority languages spoken include Urdu, Konkani, Marathi, Tulu, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kodava and Beary. Karnataka also contains a number of the sole villages in India where Sanskrit is primarily spoken.

Likewise nearby me visiting places are one of the most important place is Bangalore the capital city of Karnataka.Vidhan soudha is the main articulary of the state from where control of state is done.Shri. Kengal Hanumantaiah built this Vidhan Soudha when he was Chief Minister of the state.It is having a unique look, and architecture in the world itself.

During the seventeenth and eighteenth century, Goan Catholics migrated to North Canara and South Canara, especially from Bardes, Goa, as a results of food shortages, epidemics and heavy taxation imposed by the Portuguese. But during the sixteenth century Konkani Hindus migrated to Karnataka, mostly from Salcette, Goa. Jayachamaraja Wodeyar, is the last ruling Maharaja of Mysore. Parts of northern Karnataka were ruled bythe Nizam of Hyderabad, the Maratha Empire.

HereThe legend nearby me visiting places is Hampi which was ruled by his dynasty King ShriKrishna Devaray and his followers. They worshipped Lord Virupaksh whose templec was placed there.At Hamp Stone chariot is the main attractive sculpture which shows the skill of architecture at that time only.

Jog falls is the world famous falls which is having marvellous scenery from where electricity is produced and this project is known as Sharavati. This Jog falls is in Shivamogga distrct.

Bijapur is the place ruled by Mughals. They built “Gol Gumbaz” which is a monster structure having huge tomb and the structure is airconditioed ., and if you whisper near the wall at the juction of the tomb and wall, the person standing on the exactly opposite side will here the whispering words of you clearly when he listen abutting to the wall though the diameter of the tomb is very huge. This is the way of ancient people did the construction.

In 1565, Karnataka and the remainder of South India experienced a serious geopolitical shift when the Vijayanagara empire fell to a confederation of Islamic sultanates within the Battle of Talikota. The Bijapur Sultanate, which had risen after the demise of the Bahmani Sultanate of Bidar, soon took control of the Deccan; it had been defeated by the Moghuls within the late 17th century. The Bahmani and Bijapur rulers encouraged Urdu and Persian literature and Indo-Saracenic architecture, the Gol Gumbaz being one amongthe high points of this style.

Nearly three decades before the Indian Rebellion of 1857 states across the country, Kittur Chennamma, Sangolli Rayanna etc. spear headed rebellions However, Kitturu was appropriated by British Malay Archipelago Company even before the doctrine was officially articulated by Lord Dalhousie in 1848. Other uprisings followed, like those at Supa, Bagalkot, Shorapur, Nargund and Dandeli.. Karnad Sadashiva Rao, Aluru Venkata Raya, S. Nijalingappa, Kengal Hanumanthaiah, Nittoor Srinivasa Rao etc. carried on the struggle into the first 20th century. Prior to that these rebellions—which coincided with the Indian Rebellion of 1857—were led by Mundargi Bhimarao, Bhaskar Rao Bhave, the Halagali Bedas, Raja Venkatappa Nayaka etc.