Gadag District Map


District Map of Gadag

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District Map of Gadag Belagavi Bagalkot Bagalkot Koppal Ballari Davangree Haveri Dharwad
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Gadag District in North Karnataka occupies an area of 4656 sq. km achieved independent existence in the year 1994 after its separation from the parent Dharwad district.
Bagalkot Koppal, Bellary, Haveri, Dharwad and Belgaum District form Gadag's geographic boundaries.

Gadag District has recorded a population of 971,835 as per the 2001 Census. The economy of Gadag is primarily agrarian.

The picturesque Gadag District's magnum opus lies in its epigraphic edifices whose efflorescence is manifested by the architectural landmarks of:

  • Kumara Vyasa's pillars
  • Tontadarya Matha
  • Trikuteshwara Temple
  • Veeranarayana Temple
  • Jumma Masjid and
  • St.Johns Chruch



Last Updated on : May 17, 2018



     


     

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