Karnataka Map-Karnataka state is located in the southwestern region of India. It borders Maharashtra state to the North, Telangana to the North East, Andhra Pradesh to the East, Tamil Nadu to the Southeast, Kerala to the south, the Arabian Sea to the west and Goa to the Northwest.

The total land area of Karnataka is 191,967 square kilometers, it becomes 5.83 percent of the total land area of India. Karnataka is the sixth largest state by area and eighth-largest state by the population of India.

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Facts of Karnataka

Date of formation:-01-11-1956

Area:-191,976 km2 (74,122 mi2 )

Capital:-Bangaluru

Population:-61130704 (2011)

Density:-319/km2

Males:-31057742 (2011)

Females:-30072962 (2011)

Sex ratio: – 968 Female / 1000 Male

Language Official:-Kannada

Literacy:-75.36%

Number of Districts:-30

Number of Assembly constituency:- 224

Number of Parliamentary constituencies:-28

Main rivers:- Krishna, Tungabhadra, Sharavathi, Kaveri, Kabani,

State Animal:- Elephant

State Bird:- Indian Roller

State flower:- Lotus

Official Website:-www.karnataka.gov.in

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Karnataka Districts

There are 30 districts in Karnataka

  1. Bagalkote
  2. Bangalore Rural
  3. Bangalore Urban
  4. Belgaum
  5. Ballari
  6. Bidar
  7. Chamarajanagar
  8. Chikkaballapur[67]
  9. Chikkamagaluru
  10. Chitradurga
  11. Dakshina Kannada
  12. Davanagere
  13. Dharwad
  14. Gadag
  15. Gulbarga
  16. Hassan
  17. Haveri
  18. Kodagu
  19. Kolar
  20. Koppal
  21. Mandya
  22. Mysore
  23. Raichur
  24. Ramanagara[67]
  25. Shimoga
  26. Tumakuru
  27. Udupi
  28. Uttara Kannada
  29. Vijayapur
  30. Yadgir

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Karnataka Map

Karnataka has a good road network. It Included 3973 kilometers of National highway, 9829 kilometers of State highway and thousands of kilometers of other roads.

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Karnataka Destinations

Karnataka has been ranked as the fourth most popular destination for tourism among the states of India. It has the second-highest number of nationally protected monuments in India.

Karnataka hosts plentiful spots of interest for tourists. There is a range of ancient sculptured temples, modern cities, scenic hill ranges, forests, and beaches.

Bangaluru, Mysore, Kodagu, Shravanabalagola, Chitradurga, Murudeswar, Bandipur, Jog Fall, Talakaveri are some of them.

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