Minimal Posters That Perfectly Define The Cities of Karnataka – Part 1

One State Many Worlds – Karnataka. Beautiful landscapes, rich history, serene beaches, magnificent temples, and mouth-watering food. Indeed a popular tourist spot in South India with so many different kinds of worlds to offer.

Moreover, each city in Karnataka has its own specialty. On this note, we have designed the minimal poster for each city with its uniqueness.

Check out them below!

1. Bengaluru

In millennial language, Bengaluru is “Uber Cool”. That’s right, Bengaluru weather is unexpected. Usually, it will be cold in the mornings, hot in the afternoons, slight showers in the evenings, and again cold in the nights.

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2. Mangalore

“Yakshagana” a traditional Indian theater form that is majorly performed in the districts of Mangalore.

3. Chikmagalur

The “Coffee land of Karnataka”. A major tourist attraction in the state.

4. Mandya

Mandya is referred to as “Sakkare Nadu” of Karnataka. Sugar cane is a major crop, also sugar factories contribute a major share of economic output.

5. Mysore

The most famous city of South India for its rich heritage and royal monuments. The city is famous for many things. One among them is the world-famous “Mysore Pak”, we can call it a Royal Sweet of Karnataka.

6. Kodagu

The Scotland of India. Also called the “Valley of honey”. Kodagu is one of the largest honey producers of South India.

7. Channapatna

The Land of Toys(Gombegala Nagar).

8. Ramanagara

The Silk City of Karnataka. Ramanagara is famous for sericulture. Also, the largest market for Silk cocoons in Asia.

9. Udipi

This city is famous for its Krishna Temple.

10. Kolar

Kolar Gold Fields is a mining region in KGF taluk, Kolar district. Today, it no longer exists, the mines were considered to be the second deepest gold mines in the world.

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