Landkarte von Bezirk Kasaragod

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Landkarte von Bezirk Kasaragod
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Der Bezirk Kasaragod wurde im Mai 1984 gebildet. Er hat reiche Kulturerbe und ist bekannt f├╝r die Kunstform von Yakshagana, Bombeyettu und Theyyam oder Theyattam. Einige Orte von Interesse der Touristen in diesem Bezirk sind Kasaragod Fort, Chandragiri, Veeramala H├╝gel und Bekal Strand mit Bekal Fort im Hintergrund. Kokosbast, Handwebstuhl und Tabak sind die wichtigsten Unternehmen der Leute von Kasaragod.


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Last Updated on : November 14, 2017



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