Kernataka

It is popularly known for Carnatic Music through out the World has given much more to the World than Carnatic Music, a unique form of Classical Music patroned by many across the continents. Karnataka with all its Richness in Culture and Traditional Grandeur is also one of the fastest growing States in terms of Industries and Facilities. Karnataka is also known as the Capital of Agarbathi (Incense Sticks), Arecanut, Silk, Coffee and Sandal Wood.

All this is apart from the fact that it has been the Culture Center for hundreds of years and its testimony stands spread across the State pulling millions of Tourists from all parts of the World to Karnataka. Whose richness and hospitality can only be felt and never explained better.



Bangalore

The present name 'Bangalore' is derived from 'Bendakalooru' or the tower of boiled beans. It is situated at an altitude of 3000ft above sea level and is the fifth largest city and administrative capital in India. It enjoys a mild and healthy climate and is termed as the 'Garden City' with beautiful parks and wide avenues.


Mysore

Once of capital of a princely state, Mysore still carries on its placid shoulders the aura and glamour of palaces, the grandeur of festival of times gone by, but all of it with a quiet, unhurried dignity. Mysore is often called the Jewel of Karnataka. It is the meeting place of routes to other tourist centres nearby (Somnathpur, Belur, Halebid, Ooty, Coorg etc).The Wodeyar family ruled Mysore since 14th century except for a short period of 40 years when Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan were the rulers.


Bandipur

Part of the lushly-forested Deccan Plateau, Bandipur, in Karnataka, offers a rich and varied wildlife habitat. It is a part of a larger national park, which also includes the neighbouring wildlife sanctuaries, of Mudumalai Tamil Nadu and Wynad in Kerala. This sanctuary is one of the 15 sanctuaries selected across India for Project Tiger, a scheme launched in 1973, by the World Wide Fund for Nature - India, to save the tiger and its habitat. Covered with a mix of deciduous forests, evergreen forests and scrub, and well - irrigated by the Moyar river, Bandipur has a fairly open forest area, making it easy for visitors to spot wildlife.

This sanctuary sprawls over an area of 874 sq. kilometers. The prominent fauna of this reserve, include the Asian elephant, gaur, sambar, chital, mouse deer, four horned antelope, wild pig, black naped hare and the Indian porcupine. It is warm for most part of the year in this area. During the months of October to March, the weather is cool and pleasant. The ideal time for viewing the wildlife, is during May and June, and again from September to November.
 



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