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Karnataka

Karnataka , a state in South West India and Bangalore its capital and largest city is at the front position of the swift economic and technological expansion that India is going through. Karnataka is surrounded by the Arabian Sea to the west, Maharashtra to the north, Goa to the northwest, Tamil Nadu to the southeast, Andhra Pradesh to the east, and Kerala to the southwest. The two main river systems of the state are Krishna in the north, and the Cauvery in the south. Both these rivers gush eastward and fall into the Bay of Bengal. Karnataka has also been territory to some of the most dominant empires of prehistoric and medieval India.

The state has three most important geographical zones: The coastal district of Karavali, The hilly Malenadu district comprising the Western Ghats and The Bayaluseeme district comprising the plains of the Deccan plateau. Karnataka experiences four season. The winter in January and February is pursued by summer flanked by March and May, the monsoon period flanked by June and September and the post-monsoon period from October till December. Air transfer in Karnataka, as in the other parts of the country, is still a hatchling but fast escalating sector. The varied linguistic and religious ethnicities that are resident to Karnataka united with their long histories have contributed greatly to the wide-ranging enlightening heritage of the state. Karnataka also has a unique place in the world of Indian classical composition. The Kannada language serves as the authorized language of the state of Karnataka. Karnataka has a thriving diversity of flora and fauna. Wild animals that are inhabited of Karnataka include elephants, tigers, leopards, the gaur, thesambar deer, the spotted deer, etc.

Karnataka hosts several spots of significance for tourists. There is an assortment of ancient sculptured temples, scenic hill ranges, modern cities, unexplored forests and never-ending beaches. Karnataka has been ranked as the fourth most admired destination for sightseeing among the states of India. Karnataka has the second maximum number of nationally confined monuments in India, second to Uttar Pradesh. Karnataka has 24 wildlife sanctuaries and five nationalized parks. Admired among them are Bannerghatta National Park , Bandipur National Park and Nagarhole National Park.

The wreck of the Vijayanagara Empire at Hampi and the tombstone of Pattadakal are on the list of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. The cave temples and the rock-cut temples representing the Badami Chalukyan style of architecture are also well-liked tourist target. The Gol Gumbaz is famous examples of the Deccan Sultanate style of architecture. Jog Falls is India’s tallest single-tiered waterfall. The waterfalls of Karnataka and Kudremukh are listed as must-see places and among the “1001 Natural Wonders of the World”.

Karnataka recently has surfaced as a hot spot for wellbeing care tourism. Karnataka has the maximum number of approved health systems and unconventional therapies in India. Along with some ISO certified government-owned hospitals, private institutions which offers international-quality services have caused the health care industry to nurture rapidly. Every year hospitals in Karnataka treat around 8,000 health tourists.