The Centre for Entrepreneurship Opportunities and Learning (CEOL) was indurated by Nirmala Sitaraman, the defence minister of India. CEOL is established in Mangaluru with a hope of turning the city into the Silicon Valley of India. The centre was awarded INR 1.5-crore from MPLAD. The aim of this state-of-the-art incubation centre is to nurture talent, […]
Officially addressed as Mangaluru, Mangalore is the largest city of the Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka. Being an industrial and commercial hub, this coastal city has a bustling and hectic ambience. Around 75% of India’s cashew and coffee exports happen through the Mangalore port. Situated right on the estuaries of Netravathi and Gurupur Rivers, Mangalore is known among die hard travelers for its Arabian Sea views and seafoods.
Its comparatively pristine beaches, array of coconut trees and churches offer an exotic feel to travelers. Mangalorean cuisine is favored by many for its tasty and rich curries made using coconuts. Some of the specialty dishes of this cuisine are Mangalorean Chicken Sukka and Chicken Ghee Roast. Aati Festival is one of the most crucial revelries celebrated in Mangalore with folk dancing that attracts tourists. Pilivesha, a folk dance or tiger dance is native to Mangalore, performed during Dasara. Read more about Mangalore.
Zeenath Baksh Masjid also known as Beliye Palli and “Juma Masjid” is located in the Bunder area in the city of Mangalore. Mangalore has several mosques; however, mosque surpasses all basis its pure Indian architecture style. This mosque was constructed during 644 AD. This mosque is of exceptional importance for Muslims as it was established by […]
Dharmasthala, the beautiful temple town of Sharmasthala lies in the banks of River Nethravathi. To be precise, it is located in the Belthangadi district of the Dakshin Kannada region of Karnataka. It is a famous panchayat village that sees tourists and pilgrims with religious sentiments flock in huge numbers from the neighboring towns and cities. […]
The Dharmasthala Temple is a beautiful, historic temple that is 8 centuries old. It is dedicated to the Hindu God, Lord Shiva and is situated in the famous Dakshin Kannada district of the temple town of Dharmasthala. Dharmasthala Temple – An Overview The Dharmasthala Manjunatha Temple although dedicated to Lord Shiva, is very unique […]
Sri Kukke Subramanya shrine in Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka is one place almost every Hindu devotee in the Southern part of India would be familiar with. And not just being familiar, many would either have visited or would have planned to visit the temple at least once in lifetime for the powers Lord Subramanya […]
Around 22 km away from Mangalore is the remarkable Sasihithlu Beach. It is located just two km before NITK Surathkal, Mukka. The beach has stunning white sand adding to the beauty of it and is indeed a picturesque location to admire. The blueish sea bordered with this white sand looks immensely enthralling like the Milky […]
Aati is an inauspicious month as per the Tulu calendar. It is believed that this month has most of the disasters and calamities happening hence the traditions forbid anyone from buying anything new or starting up anything. Aati Kalenja festival is one of the festivals celebrated in Mangalore by the Nalke tribe. Aati Kalenja Festival […]
The Puttur Mahalingeshwara Temple is an ancient temple which was constructed in the 12th century A.D. The temple is located in Puttur in the Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka. Puttur Mahalingeshwara Temple– Overview The temple is protected by a 1961 act which created to safeguard historical sites in the state. The temple is currently maintained and […]
Sri Karinjeshwara Temple is a famous Lord Shiva temple located in a place called Karinja. It lies in the Bantwal taluk of the Dakshina Kannada district. This temple is perched on the top of a peak in the village of Karinja. It offers a magnificent view of the surroundings from the top of a hill. […]
Kadri Manjunatheshwara Temple is located in Mangalore. It is the spectacular temple of Lord Manjunatha or Lord Shiva on the Kadri hills. The temple is a complete depiction of early Vijayanagara architecture dating back to 10th and 11th century AD. The location of the temple is overwhelming with the presence of the deity of the […]