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Cities of Karnataka
Cities of Karnataka nicely maintain a balance of inhering ancient cultural heritage and technological advances.
 
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 Cities of Karnataka Over the years, the cities of Karnataka have seen turn and twists largely due to the various kingly dynasties that have ruled here. Culture, not to mention, is greatly ennobled due to this. Both Carnatic music and Hindusthani have gained fame and prestige not only in India and also in the world stage. Cities like Mysore, Gulbarga, Mangalore, Hubli , Dharwad,tumkur, etc. are all important cities with a quite a huge population of Karnatakis, celebrate festivals and fairs in great fiesta. Bangalore, recently renamed as Bengaluru, is the capital city is the main contributor of economic and technological advance that India is going through.

(Last Updated on : 18/06/2014)
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