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Karnataka State, which includes Hampi, is one of the richest of the south Indian states in terms of heritage attractions. The state’s tourist map includes old capitals, forts, palaces, monuments, and more as a result of its many hundreds of years of history and heritage. Karnataka also has numerous wildlife sanctuaries, waterfalls, and mountains.
These locations can be reached directly or via transit towns from Hampi via road, rail, or air. Karnataka is a large south Indian state (a little smaller than the United Kingdom and slightly larger than Washington state in the United States) with a diverse cultural heritage. This location’s known history dates back to the 4th century BCE or even further. Various dynasties and empires ruled the state over the centuries. And the legacy of it all is essentially Karnataka’s rich heritage.
The city is in the far south of Rajasthan, near the Gujarat border. The Aravali Range surrounds it and separates it from the Thar Desert. It is almost in the middle of two major Indian metropolises, approximately 660 kilometres from Delhi and 800 kilometres from Mumbai. Furthermore, Udaipur benefits from strategic geographical proximity to Gujarat ports.  Udaipur is well connected to nearby cities and states via road, rail, and air transportation. The Maharana Pratap Airport serves the city. Hindi, English, and Rajasthani are the most commonly spoken languages (Mewari).
Gokarna is a small temple town in the Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka, India. It has a population of about 20,000 people. Shiva, also known as Mahabaleshwara, is the main temple and deity. This temple is home to what is thought to be the original image of Shiva’s linga (Atmalinga).
Gokarna is one of the seven most important Hindu pilgrimage sites. It is located on what was once an unspoiled beach near the Aghanashini River’s estuary. The town’s character has recently changed as a result of the influx of tourists; it is no longer just a pilgrimage site, though large numbers of devotees visit to offer prayers and worship to Shiva.