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Topic: culture of karnatak Guidance by- prof.vibhavari shigwan Presented by- suman tiwari Roll no : 113 Chembur S arvankash Shikshanshastra Mahavidyalaya

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Content, Introduction. Geographical Features. Political Features. Industries in Karnataka. Religions in Karnataka. Festivals . Education system Sports . Famous temples.

Introduction. :

Karnataka is a state in South West India . It was created on 1 November 1956. It is the land of - Kannadigas , Tuluvas , Konkanis . The capital and largest city is Bangalore . Introduction.

Geographical Features. :

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 southeast, and Kerala to the southwest It is the eighth largest Indian state by area . The two main river systems of the state are Krishna in the north, and the Cauvery and in the south Geographical Features.

Political Features. :

Politics in Karnataka has been dominated by three political parties, the Indian National Congress , the Janata Dal (Secular) and the Bharatiya Janata Party . Political Features.

Industries in Karnataka:

Since the 1980s, Karnataka has emerged as the leader in the field of IT ( information technology ). As of 2007, there were nearly 2,000 firms operating out of Karnataka. Many of them, including two of India's biggest software firms, Infosys and Wipro are also headquartered in the state Seven of India's leading banks, Canara Bank , Syndicate Bank , Corporation Bank , Vijaya Bank , Karnataka Bank , Vysya Bank and the State Bank of Mysore originated in this state. A majority of the silk industry in India is headquartered in Karnataka State. Mysore -Silk City Industries in Karnataka

Religions in Karnataka. :

Islam , which had an early presence on the west coast of India as early as the tenth century, gained a foothold in Karnataka with the rise of the Bahamani and Bijapur sultanates that ruled parts of Karnataka . [ Christianity reached Karnataka in the sixteenth century with the arrival of the Portuguese and St. Francis Xavier in 1545. Buddhism was popular in Karnataka during the first millennium in places such as Gulbarga and Banavasi . A chance discovery of edicts and several Mauryan relics at Sannati in Gulbarga district in 1986 has proven that the Krishna River basin was once home to both Mahayana and Hinayana Buddhism . Religions in Karnataka.

Festivals . :

Dasara is celebrated as the Nada habba (state festival) and this is marked by major festivities at Mysore . Ugadi (Kannada New Year ). Makara Sankranti (the harvest festival), Ganesh Chaturthi , Nagapanchami , Basava Jayanthi , Deepavali , and Ramzan are the other major festivals of Karnataka Festivals .

Education system :

There are 481 degree colleges. There universities like -Bangalore University , Gulbarga University , Karnatak University , Kuvempu University , Mangalore University and Mysore University . Education system

Sports . :

Karnataka's smallest district, Kodagu , is a major contributor to Indian field hockey , producing numerous players who have represented India at the international level. Sports .

Famous Temples :

Bappanadu - Durga Parameshwari temple is located at a distance of 30 km north of Mangalore. It is situated on the banks of River Shambavi in Bappanadu village of Mulki . Gokarna - is a Hindu pilgrimage centre as well as an important tourist destination. The temple here is dedicated to Lord Mahabaleshwar , an incarnation of Lord Shiva. Dharmasthala - a sacred place, as its name indicates, is a place of the Truth, Faith, Communal harmony and spiritual experience in the Holy Land. Here, everyone enjoys the generous hospitality, irrespective of caste, creed or class whatsoever. Famous Temples

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