Davangere District Profile
Davanagere district carved out of the erstwhile three districts namely Chitradurga, Shimoga and Bellary derives its name from DEVANAGARI. Davanagere is one of THIRTY districts of Karnataka state. With creation of the new district on 15th August 1997 with Davanagere as its headquarters the district was given the name of the headquarters town called Davanagere.
Places of Visits
The Kundwada Lake is the closest place to the people of the city. Harihar Tungabhadra and ancient Harihareshwar Temple, Shantisagar, Kondajji’s Forest Reserve, Kaleeshwar Temple of ancient baalas, Bheemeshwara temples of Nilgunda, Uccadaghatri Karibasweswarar, Ajjayya Temple, Nandigudi, Early Rurshabhama, ancient Pushkarini of Santhebunur, the ancient Paschirina, Anenaduya ancient Basaveshwara and Ishwar Temple.
East Chitradurga and Shimoga and Haveri in the southwest. The Tungabhadra River passes through the Honnali Taluk and then forms the natural boundaries in the Harihara and Harapanahalli borders in the west. Davanagere and Harihara towns pass through the broadest railway line through NH4. In 1997, then chief minister JH Patel transformed Davanagere into an independent district. Earlier, Davangere was one of the taluks of Chitradurga district. Davangere district is home to six taluks and one of the major commercial centers of Karnataka.
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