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Karnataka Tourism

A confluence of myriad cultures and histories intertwined with unadulterated and timeless beauty makes Karnataka one of the most coveted destinations for tourists. From mist-covered hills to virgin beaches, from cities that have stopped in time to cities where time is rushing to keep pace with modernisation, Karnataka has it all. A place where the past and present co-exist peacefully, Karnataka is waiting to be explored and savoured.
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Mysore

#Bylakuppe, a town located near Mysore in Karnataka, has the largest Tibetan settlement outside Tibet! It has several monasteries and among them Tashi Lhumpo monastery (the seat of Panchen Lama), is the most prominent. The imposing gold-coated statues reflect the rich cultural heritage of the Tibetans. #Mysore | #India

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Onake Abbi Falls

Abbi Falls, located 8 kilometres from Madikeri, descend into the Cauvery River from a height of over 70 feet. The best time to visit the waterfalls is in winter when the falls are flooded with water brought by the monsoon.

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Gokarna

Gokarna beach is a place with no dearth of scenic beauty. It is bound by rocky mountains and the Western Ghats on one side and the Arabian Sea on the other. The beach is quiet, peaceful and a favourite among travelers. Check out other places to visit in #Gokarna. #TravelToIndia | #Karnataka

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Coorg

Omkareshwara Temple built by Linga Rajendra II in 1820 is dedicated to Lord Shiva. According to the legend the king murdered a pious Brahmin and later built the temple to appease the Brahmin’s spirit. Know more such amazing places in Coorg, #Karnataka. #India | #Travel

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