Karnataka Industrial development

Karnataka Industrial development Karnataka is a leading state in terms of industrial growth in India. It is the hub of the IT industry in the country. The technology cluster in Karnataka ranks as the fourth largest in the world. The state has Read More …

Geographical location of Karnataka

Geographical location of Karnataka:- Introduction:-   Geography of Karnataka states that Karnataka is the eighth largest state in India. Mysore was renamed as Karnataka on the first day of November, 1973. Spread over an area of 1, 92,000 square kilometers, Read More …

Migration of Karnataka

Migration of Karnataka Karnataka (originally Mysore)  formed on 1 November 1956, with the passage of state reorganization act 1956. Karnataka is southern state of India surrounded by Maharastra and Goa  in North, Tamil Nadu and Kerala in south, Andhra Pradesh and Read More …

Karnataka :Irrigation and Hydropower

HYDROELECTRIC PROJECTS OF KARNATAKA   Almatti Hydroelectric Project The official name of Almatti Dam is Upper Krishna-I which is main reservoir of the Upper Krishna Irrigation Project. The Krishna River conflict between Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Maharashtra was resolved by the Brijesh Kumar Tribunal and the dam was authorised Read More …

Population of Karnataka

Population  of Karnataka Karnataka (originally Mysore)  formed on 1 November 1956, with the passage of state reorganization act 1956. Karnataka is southern state of India surrounded by Maharastra and Goa  in North, Tamil Nadu and Kerala in south, Andhra Pradesh and Read More …

Census of Karnataka

Census of Karnataka:- Formerly known as the State of Mysore, the state of Karnataka is located in the southern part of India and has the states of Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala as neighbors. Salient Highlights of Census Read More …

Cropping Patterns in Karnataka

Cropping Patterns in Karnataka Karnataka is India’s eighth largest state in geographical area covering 1.92 lakh sq km and accounting for 6.3 per cent of the geographical area of the country. The state is delineated into 30 districts and 176 Read More …

Rivers and Drainage System of Karnataka

Rivers and Drainage System of Karnataka Drainage systems Drainage systems, also known as river systems, are the patterns formed by the streams, rivers, and lakes in a particular drainage basin. They are governed by the topography of the land, whether a particular region is dominated by Read More …

  Relief and Structure of Karnataka

Relief and Structure of Karnataka Karnataka has representatives of all types of variations in topography – high mountains, plateaus, residual hills and coastal plains. The State is enclosed by chains of mountains to its west, east and south. It consists Read More …