Archaeological sites in Karnataka

Archaeological sites in Karnataka Archaeological sites in Karnataka are the representatives of some of the finest architecture of ancient era. Various dynasties that ruled over the region have left their cultural imprints through various exquisite monuments. These have been well preserved and in some cases restored by the Archaeological Survey of India. Inscriptions have also … Read more

Press and megazines in Karnataka

Press and megazines in Karnataka Chutuka Chutuka is a Kannada monthly children’s magazine, circulated in Karnataka, India.  The magazine is subscribed in women’s educational institutions such as JSS college for women, and BMS college for women. Karmaveera Karmaveera is a major Kannada weekly family interest magazine, published in Karnataka, India, which has its headquarters in … Read more

Pre history of Karnataka

Pre history of Karnataka The history of Karnataka dates back to pre-historic times. Karnataka is said to be one of the four Dravidian States associated with Indus-Valley Civilization. Aryans from Central Asia invaded the Dravidic city State civilization and colonized it. Iron weapons dating back to 1200 BC have been found at Hallur in Dhaward … Read more

Karnataka: History of modern State after Independence

Karnataka: History of modern State after Independence After independence, a persistent effort had to be made for the Unification of Karnataka. The movement for Unification, had been, infact, launched together with the movement for freedom in Karnataka. Before independence, Karnataka had been distributed among as many as 20 different administrations like Mysore State, Madras Presidenc, … Read more

Folk Songs of Karnataka

                                     Folk Songs of Karnataka A song originating among the people of a country or area, passed by oral tradition from one singer or generation to the next, often existing in several versions, and marked generally by simple, modal melody and stanzaic, narrative verse. Folk songs in Kannada or Janapada geethe can be classified as … Read more

British Rule in Karnataka

British Rule in Karnataka   In 1831 CE the British surpassed the realm and named the magistrates, who were given the ability to control in the interest of the British domain. Among them “Sir Lord Cubbon” was the most imperative. They methodicallly changed the way the domain worked and acquired significant changes yet they proceeded … Read more