Kanyakumari is the southernmost point of peninsular India and the assembly factor of 3 oceans-the Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean. Besides its importance as a Hindu pilgrim middle, it's miles famous for its lovely views of dawn and sunset over the waters.
The vicinity derives its call from the goddess Kanya Kumari, considered to be the sister of Krishna, a goddess is believed to eliminate the tension from the mind, to whom ladies pray for marriage.Kanyakumari become also below the manipulate of the Cholas, the Cheras, the Pandyas and the Nayaks who had been terrific rulers of south India. For about four centuries, Venad was ruled through powerful kings who had been always making incursions into the Pandyan territories. As a result the Vijayanagar kings proceeded towards Venad.
Gulbarga, also and officially known as Kalaburagi, is a city in the Indian state of Karnataka.Gulbarga was the beautiful name given to the district in Persian language meaning “a city of flowers and gardens”. The name was changed due to historical evidences recovered during excavation or otherwise found in the district and elsewhere proves that Gulbarga district was originally known as Kalaburagi.Kalburgi was a noted Kannada epigraphist and a renowned scholar of the Vachana sahitya. He was the editor of the comprehensive volumes of Vachana literature and involved in translating them into 22 languages. Kalburgi authored 103 books and over 400 articles. He is well known for his Marga series of books.
Dakshina Kannada is a district in the state of Karnataka in India. Mangalore is the headquarters. It is sheltered by the Western Ghats on the east and surrounded by the Arabian Sea on the west, Dakshina Kannada receives abundant rainfall during the monsoon.
Chitradurga is a city and the headquarters of Chitradurga district which is located on the valley of the Vedavati river in the central part of the Indian state of Karnataka. Chitradurga features bold rock hills and picturesque valleys, huge towering boulders in numerous shapes. It is known as the "stone fortress" (Kallina Kote). According to the epic Mahabharatha, it is confirmed about this story that a man-eating Rakshasa named Hidimba and his sister Hidimbi lived on the hill.
Dharwad is a city located in the north western part of the Indian state of Karnataka. The administrative headquarters of the district is the town of Dharwad, also known as Dharwar. Dharwad is famous for its Dharwad Peda – a milk based sweetmeat.Dharwad has historically been a city of learning and many of the famous institutions such as Karnatak University are located in the city.