Kolar District Map


District Map of Kolar

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District Map of Kolar Chikkaballlapura Bengaluru Rural Bengaluru TAMIL NADU ANDHRA PRADESH
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Kolar lies in the eastern part of Karnataka. It is famous for its erstwhile gold mines in India.

The gold mines until recently supplied the major portion of gold for India. The economy of Kolar also depends on silk farming and wool spinning.

The region is also suitable for adventure sports. It is also known for its fortresses and temples. The places for tourist attraction are
  • Kolaramma temple
  • Antharagange
  • Nandi Hills,
  • Rangasthala
  • Minakanagurki
  • Viduraswatha
  • Kurudumale
  • Bangaru Tirupati
  • Bethamangala, Budikote
  • Chintamani,
  • Kaivara
  • Gummanayakanapalaya.



Last Updated on : May 17, 2018



     


     

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