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Formerly Mysore, this large south Indian state is stamped with history which echoes and is glimpsed through its monuments, temples, and ancient ruins, caves and statues, and Hoysala architecture. The Mysore palace and The Gol Gumbaz at Bijapur are marvels and the latter has the second largest pre-modern dome in the world after the famous Hagia Sophia in Turkey. Multiple languages are spoken here and so are multiple festivals celebrated. Karnataka is world-renowned for its waterfalls, biodiversity (it has five national parks and twenty-seven wildlife sanctuaries!)and is fast becoming a hotspot for ecological tourism. Among the top tourist attractions the state is famed for its traditions and rich culture, its spirituality which you can experience on your visit to the Jain pilgrimage center Shravanabelagola where stands tall the statue of Gomateswara. On the same hand, one finds cities like Bangalore, the ‘silicon valley of India’ as the technological hubs yet boasting of an ever pleasant climate and ambiance. Enjoy the popular coffee of Coorg among the salubrious breezes and rains.

  Major tourist places to visit
Bengaluru, Mysore, Coorg, Hampi, Gokarna, and Bijapur.