The state is famous for its natural, cultural and architectural heritage and there are plenty of places one can visit on his/her trip to Karnataka.
The capital of Karnataka and the 3rd most populated city in India, Bangalore is often known by its nickname the silicon valley of India due to it being a major IT exporter in India.
The various temples, lakes and gardens in this city are a must visit.
What makes the place unique is its peculiar location.
It is located in a ravine across the shores of the Agastya Lake and is a marvelous place to visit.
Coorg is also known by its native name ‘Kodagu’ and is located on the slopes of the Western Ghats.
It is a hilly location and is famous for its lush green surroundings and pleasant climate.
The city is historically significant as it has been mentioned in the Hindu mythological texts as well.
The cave temples and the Agastya Teerth are few of the most important pilgrimage spots here.
Esablished between the 10th – 11th century AD by the Chalukyas and eventually came under the reign of the Delhi Sultanate and the Nizam of Hyderabad.
Bijapur is known for its various historical monuments and forts.
Originally known as the princely State of Mysore, Karnataka was formed on 1st November 1956 and is located in the South-Western region of India.