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  Karnataka Recipes
Perhaps the most popular SALAD from Karnataka, the Kosumbari is easy to prepare, is very high in protein and is a tasty snack in its own right.
This is one of the traditional dishes of Karnataka, which is also popular in parts of Tamil Nadu (in a slightly varied version though, and is called Mor KoLambu).
Bhaath (means rice in Marathi) is used in Karnataka in a very liberal sense, it often applies to rice as well as things made out of Rava (sooji).
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  Karnataka, Karnataka Map, Karnataka India
Karnataka with its capital at Bangalore is the country's 8th largest state.
It is located at Deccan Plateau, and is surrounded by Maharashtra to the north, Arabian Sea to the west, Goa to the northwest, Kerala to the southwest, Andhra Pradesh to the east and Tamil Nadu to southeast.
Karnataka is the largest producer of coffee, raw silk and sandalwood based products.
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  Karnataka - A state in India
Karnataka is one of the four southern statess of India.
Karnataka is bordered by the Arabian Sea to the west, Goa to the northwest, Maharashtra to the north, Andhra Pradesh to the east, Tamil Nadu to the east and southeast, and Kerala to the southwest.
Karnataka is home to several national parks, including Bandipur National Park in Mysore District, Bannerghatta National Park in Bangalore District, Nagarhole National Park in Mysore and Kodagu districts, Kudremukh National Park in Dakshina Kannada and Chickmagalur districts, and Anshi National Park in Uttara Kannada District.
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  Karnataka - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Karnataka lies in the Deccan Plateau and borders with Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Kerala.
The disintegration of the Satavahana dynasty led to the ascent of the Banavasi Kadambas(325-540 CE) in north Karnataka, and the Ganga Dynasty (325-550 CE) in the south of the region.
Karnataka is situated in the Deccan Plateau and is bordered by the Arabian Sea to the west, Goa to the northwest, Maharashtra to the north, Andhra Pradesh to the east, Tamil Nadu to the east and southeast, and Kerala to the southwest.
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 Karnataka, Information about Karnataka, Karnataka Tours, Karnataka Tour Packages
Karnataka is one of the larger states in India and a popular destination among the foreign and Indian tourists.
Karnataka is an enchanting land of magnificent monuments, breathtaking hill stations, unspoilt beaches, thundering waterfalls, wildlife sanctuaries, coffee plantations, adventure activities, and colourful art forms and festivals.
Karnataka is bounded by Andhra Pradesh in the east, Maharashtra in the north and Tamil Nadu and Kerala in the south.
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 Karnataka - india   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Karnataka is located in the southern part of the country, it is surrounded by other states like Maharashtra and Goa in the north, Tamil Nadu and Kerala in the south, Andhra Pradesh in the east and the Arabian Sea in the west.
Karnataka is one of the leading states in the field of industrial development both in the private and public sectors and in the area of computer software, which has attracted national and international firms to the city of Bangalore.
The Kalinadi, the Gangavathi Bedti, the Tadri, and the Sharavati are the prominent rivers of North Karnataka.
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 Karnataka - Voyager, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Karnataka (ಕನಾ೯ಟಕ in Kannada) is one of the four southern states of India.
Karnataka is bordered by the Arabian Sea to the west, Goa to the northwest, Maharashtra to the north, Andhra Pradesh to the east, Tamil Nadu to the east and southeast, and Kerala to the southwest.
Karnataka is home to several national parks, including Bandipur National Park in Mysore District, Bannerghatta National Park Savandurga forest Kempegowda Dhama Bangalore District, Nagarhole National Park in Mysore and Kodagu districts, Kudremukh National Park in Dakshina Kannada and Chickmagalur districts, and Anshi National Park in Uttara Kannada District.
www.voyager.in /Karnataka   (1105 words)

  
 Karnataka,Karnataka Tourism,Karnataka India,Karnataka Tourism Guide,Karnataka Tours,Travel in Karnataka
Karnataka, the "Lofty land" is bounded by Andhra Pradesh in the east, Maharashtra in the north and Tamil Nadu and Kerala in the south.
Karnataka is as well known for its silk and sandalwood as for its high tech industry.
Karnataka is famous for its aesthetic craftsmanship in sandalwood and rosewood.
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 Exploring KARNATAKA's POLITICAL HISTORY
The pre-historic culture of Karnataka, the hand-axe culture compares favourable with the one that existed in Africa and is quite distinct from the pre-historic culture of North India.
Parts of Karnataka were subject to the rule of the Nandas and the Mauryas.
Karnataka came under British rule after the overthrow of Tipu, Haidar's son in 1799 and the Marathas in 1818 (When the Peshwa was defeated).
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 Karnataka
Karnataka with all its Richness in Culture and Traditional Grandeur is also one of the fastest growing States in terms of Industries and Facilities.
Karnataka might have woken up late to capitalize on its inherent gamut of tourism components when compared to other states in the country, but the seed for development of nature-based tourism that ensured sustainable use of environmental resources was sown almost about 20 years ago.
Karnataka had embarked on a major initiative to involve the private sector from the planning stage to implementation of various schemes as a partner through a new annual forum called ‘Connect’, last year.
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 National Portal of India : Know India : State and UTs
Karnataka lies to the south of Goa and Maharashtra, to the west of Andhra Pradesh, to the north-west of Tamil Nadu and to the north of Kerala.
Karnataka is one among the most preferred destinations for foreign investments in India and houses 65 of world fortune 500 companies.
Karnataka – the Silicon State is the most favoured destination for IT and other knowledge based industries.
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 Karnataka Tourism,Karnataka India Tourism,Info on Karnataka India Tourism
Karnataka is a land of ultimate natural beauty and rich cultural heritage.
This state is situated in the southern India, surrounded by Maharashtra and Goa in the north, Andhra Pradesh on the east and Tamil Nadu and Kerala on the south.
Karnataka tourism offers some majestic monuments that are contributions of the Muslims and Christians who have ruled it in the past.
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 TraveliteIndia.com: Welcome to Karnataka, Land of Fragrance
Karnataka is a state of charming contrasts, with the modern blending harmoniously with the old.
Situated in North Karnataka, Badami was the capital of the Chalukya Empire during the 6th and 8th centuries.
Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka, is a vibrant cosmopolitan city, a major industrial and commercial centre of the country.
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 Karnataka Travel Guide :: India Destination Guide
The state of Karnataka, is the Lofty Land, formerly known as Mysore which is flanked by Goa and Maharashtra and lies to the west of Andhra Pradesh, to the north west of Tamil Nadu and to the north of Kerala.
Karnataka in South-West India is the country's eighth largest State, situated on a table land where the Western and Eastern Ghat ranges converge into the Nilgiri hill complex, the State of Karnataka is confined roughly within 11.5 degree North and 18.5 degree North latitudes and 74 degree East and 78.5 degree East longitude.
The Northern Karnataka Plateau, at an elevation of 300 to 600 meter, is largely composed of the Deccan Trap.
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 Karnataka Holiday, Holiday in Karnataka, Bangalore Holiday, Holiday in bangalore, Medical Tourism India
Karnataka with all its richness in culture and traditional grandeur is also one of the fastest growing states in terms of industries and facilities.
The western strip across the Arabian sea is humid and warm in summer, water-soaked in monsoon, profuse with coconut grooves and paddy fields criss-crossed by strips of silvery streams and sparkling stretches of sand.
Karnataka is beautiful not only in the eyes of her sons and daughters.
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 HighBeam Encyclopedia - Karnataka   (Site not responding. Last check: )
KARNATAKA [Karnataka] or Carnatic, formerly Mysore, state (2001 provisional pop.
Karnataka produces nearly all of India's chromite and has considerable deposits of iron ore and manganese.
Karnataka is governed by a chief minister and cabinet responsible to a bicameral legislature (with one elected house) and by a governor appointed by the president of India.
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 AllRefer.com - Karnataka, India (Indian Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
Karnataka produces nearly all of India's gold and chromite and has considerable deposits of iron ore and manganese.
Karnataka is governed by a chief minister and cabinet responsible to a bicameral legislature (with one elected house) and by a governor appointed by the president of India.
the Muslim leaders Haidar Ali and his son, Tippoo Sahib, conquered the Hindu rulers of Karnataka, but were defeated in 1799 by the British, who restored the Hindu dynasty and thereafter provided protection.
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 Karnataka Information
The state of Karnataka is situated approximately between the latitudes 11.5° and 18.5° North and the longitudes 74° and 78.5° East.
Karnataka is well known for producing some of the country's foremost statesmen, scholars and sportspersons, and is one of the major revenue rakers through its strong tourism industry.
Karnataka is the sole producer of felsite and leading producer of gold (84%), moulding sand (63%) and fuchsite quartzite (57%).
www.whereincity.com /india/karnataka   (725 words)

  
 States of India - Karnataka, Tours to Karnataka, Tourist centers Karnataka, About Karnataka
The name of the land Karnataka has come from `Kari-nadu` meaning the land of fl soil say the scholars, and some others hold that `Karunadu` also means beautiful country; either way the land is celebrated as beautiful throughout its ancient literature.
The water-soaked western strip across the Arabian sea is humid and warm in summer, water-soaked in monsoon, profuse with coconut grooves and paddy fields criss crossed by strips of silvery streams and sparkling stretches of sand.
Karnataka with all its Richness in Culture and Traditional Grandeur is also one of the fastest growing States in terms of Industries and Facilities.
www.cultureholidays.com /states/karnataka.htm   (556 words)

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