Dakshina Kannada District

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Dakshina Kannada (Tulu: Kudla) is a coastal district in the state of Karnataka. Mangalore is the headquarters of this district. The Dakshina Kannada district has a population of 1,400, of which the males are 4,000, and the females 1,00,000. There are seven taluks in Dakshina Kannada district. They are Mangalore, Bantwal, Puttur, Sulya and Belthangady, Moodabidir, Kadaba.

Previously, Dakshina Kannada and Uttara Kannada districts were collectively known as Canara (Anglicised form of Kannada). The British divided the area into North Canara and South Canara. ಉತ್ತರ The North Canaan was added to the Bombay Presidency and the South Canara to the Madras Presidency. The Kundapur taluk was originally located in North Kanara and later was incorporated into South Kanara.

After independence, the district comprised the present-day Dakshina Kannada, Udupi and Kasaragod districts. The undivided Dakshina Kannada was incorporated into the Mysore State and the Kasaragod district into the state of Kerala during the re-division of the 5th.

On August 1, the Karnataka government divided the undivided Dakshina Kannada district into a Dakshina Kannada and Udupi district for administrative purposes.

As is popularly believed, the undivided Dakshina Kannada district is part of the Parashuram Creation of the Western Ghats to the coast. According to this belief, Parashurama, who had taken up the vow of eradicating the Kshatriyas from the earth, wished to create a space for the Kshatriyas to settle in after he had rounded the earth and eliminated all the Kshatriyas. The creation of the Parasurama was the land that had been left behind by a sea monster to stand on a summit of the Western Ghats and throw its ax (purusha) contaminated with blood into the sea. Perhaps this belief is reinforced by the fact that the district is located in the lower part of the Western Ghats.

The coastal districts of Dakshina Kannada, Uttara Kannada and Udupi districts have a coastal area of ​​೧೫೦ kilometers. The main trade here is fishing. They do deep fishing here. Paddy and coconut are the main crops.

Dakshina Kannada is the most developed district among the districts. Mangalore is the district headquarters. Mangalore is fast developing. There is an international airport, a major port and the largest port in the country. The railway station is one of the major railway stations in the country. The educational revolution in the banking sector is very advanced. Tourists from all over the country come here to see the natural beauty of the district. The scenic hills, plains, evergreen forests, the sunset beach on the beach in the evening is visible to the tourists in its interior.

The district is mainly academically very advanced. The best quality courses are offered here, such as medical, dental, nascent, BPT, engineering, MBA, etc, and are offered at very low cost.

After independence, the district comprised the present-day Dakshina Kannada, Udupi and Kasaragod districts. The undivided Dakshina Kannada was merged into the Mysore State and Kasaragod district into the state of Kerala during the re-division of the 5th.

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