Synonyms for arsikere or Related words with arsikere
Examples of "arsikere"
Notable places around
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Kyatanahalli (Kannada ಕ್ಯಾತನಹಳ್ಳಿ) is a village in the
taluk of Hassan district in the state of Karnataka, India. It is about 28 km from
is the central place for tourists visiting Belur (40 km), Halebidu (25 km), Mavuthanahalli (20 km), and Shravanabelagola (80 km).
is located at . It has an average elevation of .
Taluk Kannada Sahithya Sammelana President - 2016
railway station is an important railway junction in Hassan district, Karnataka. Its code is ASK. It serves
city. The station consists of 3 platforms. The platform is not well sheltered. It lacks many facilities including water and sanitation. The station is a major railway junction between Bangalore, Hubli, Shimoga, and Mangalore.
This train goes through Haveri, Ranibennur, Harihar, Davangere, Chikjajur, Birur, Kadur,
, Tiptur, Tumakuru, Bengaluru's Yeshwantpur Junction and terminates at Kranti Veera Sangolli Rayanna (Bengaluru) Railway Station.
is situated about from Hassan and from Bangalore on the Bangalore-Miraj railway line and NH 206 passes inside the city called as Bangalore-Honnavar road.
The 12079 / 80 Bangalore City Hubli Jan Shatabdi Express runs from Bangalore City Junction via Yesvantpur Junction,
Junction, Chikjajur Junction, Harihar to Hubli Junction.
Hassan District is administratively divided into eight talukas (Panchayat blocks): Alur, Arkalgud,
, Belur, Channarayapatna, Hassan, Holenarasipura (H.N. Pura) and Sakleshpur, and 258 panchayat villages.
is a town and taluka in the Hassan district in the state of Karnataka, India. This area is known for its coconut production and the Malekallu Tirupathi hill.
is the taluka headquarters, a major railway junction on the South Western Railway which links Mysore and Mangaluru to North Karnataka and a central place for tourists who visit nearby places that do not have rail access, such as Belur, Halebidu, and Shravanabelagola.
Manjenahalli (Munjenahalli) is a small village in
taluk, Hassan district, in the Indian state of Karnataka. The village has population of 487 of which 238 are males and 249 are females as per Population Census 2011.
Village located 24 kilometers from
(taluk headquarters) and 32 kilometers from its district headquarters Hassan. Agriculture is the major occupation of the village, grows majorly Coconut, also variety of crops like Finger millet, Jawar, Tomato, Potato etc.
Train runs via Bangalore City, Yeshvantapur, Tumkur,
, Davanagere, Hubli, Gadag, Bagalkot and Bijapur to reach Solapur. Train takes 22 hrs to cover the 966 km between Mysore and Solapur
railway junction belongs to the Mysore division and is a major railway junction between Bengaluru and Hubli, Bengaluru and Shivamoga, and Mangalore and Hubli. Trains typically stop here before heading to Hassan, Bangalore, Hubli, and Mangalore.
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. One of the very advanced village in India. People are well educated[over 80% by 2012].|250px|none|alt=|bendekere is in Hassan district]]
Nearly 87 trains stop here and is around 166 km from state capital Bengaluru. It has three originating trains to Bengaluru, Mysuru and Hubballi. Around 30,000 people travel from
to other parts everyday.
–Hubli line is a major railway line in the Indian state of Karnataka connecting state capital Bangalore with city of Hubballi in north-central Karnataka. It traverses 469 km across Karnataka and links several major towns.
Birur(rural) is surrounded by Tarikere Taluk towards west, Chikmagalur Taluk towards west, Chickmagalur Taluk towards South,
Taluk towards East,Kadur, Tarikere, Chikmagalur, Arasikere, Hassan are the nearby Cities to Birur (rural).
Kalhatti Falls is located one hour from Birur (Birur - Kadur Taluk in Chikmagalur District). Birur is near Kadur, between
in Hassan Dist and Bhadravathi in Shimoga Dist. From Birur, Kalhatti is accessible through Lingadahalli.
Karnataka State Highway 7, commonly referred to as KA SH 7, is a state highway that runs north through Mandya and Hassan districts in the state of Karnataka. This state highway starts at Srirangapatna in Mandya district and ends at
in Hassan district. The primary destinations are Pandavapura, Krishnarajpet and Channarayapatna. The total length of the highway is .
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