Barapole is the least known of Karnataka’s white water rafting destinations. This stretch of river has more than nine Class 2‑Class 4 rapids. Barapole is set on the banks of the Kithu Kakathu River in Coorg.
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The Bandipur National Park lies at the heart of an extended forest at the meeting point of the Western Ghats and Nilgiri Hills. Bandipur became one of India’s first Tiger Reserves and in 1974
Antaragange is at a distance of 65 km from Bangalore. Antaragange is at a distance of 2 km from Kolar, which is the base for the trek.
Anshi National Park is located in a pristine part of the Western Ghats and is known for the richness of its flora and fauna. It is located at a distance of 60 km from Karwar in Uttar Kannada district.
Amedikallu is an important peak of the Charmadi range. Located near Shishila village in Dharmasthala, Amedikallu is best experienced as a two-day trekking exercise.
Agumbe is a renowned hill station in Shimoga with its splendid sunsets and dazzling water streams. It is an ideal destination for holidays or trekking likewise.
Narasinga Rao Parwathavani is one of the most famous Kannada playwrights. He won the Sangeet Natak Academy Award for Play Writing in 1980.
Zulfi Syed shot to fame after winning the Gladrags Manhunt Contest in 1996. Tall and well-built, he is a highly successful model and his most notable ad campaigns.
Bangalore has contributed its fair share of models to the modelling circuit. Yasmin Ponnappa joins a long list of Kodava beauties
Charismatic, colorful and an efficient administrator, R Gundu Rao was the chief minister of Karnataka for a mere three years – from 1980 to 1983. But his impact on the Karnataka political landscape has been immense.