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★ Malenadu

Malenadu is a region in the state of Karnataka in India. Malenadu covers the Western and Eastern slopes of the Western Delegates or mountain range Sahyadri, and it is about 100 kilometers in width. It is located between coastal Karnataka and Bayaluseeme regions of Karnataka.


1. Statistics of climate and precipitation. (Статистика климата и осадков)

The Malenadu region in Karnataka known for its abundant rainfall and the rich existence of flora and fauna. To act in the Western Ghats as rain barrier during the season of southwest monsoon. This region is one of the most humid regions of the world where the precipitation measurements were crowded more than 7000 mm and Cheerapunji and Mawsynram receives an average of about 11.000 mm of rainfall per year.

The following top 5 places that captured the statistics of rain

The table below provides a comparison between the sediment Agumbe in Thirthahalli Taluk in Shimoga district, Hulikal in Hosanagara Taluk in Shimoga district, Amagaon in Khanapur Taluk in Belgaum district and Talacauvery in Madikeri Taluk in the district Kodagu, Kokalli of Sirsi Taluk,Nilkund from Siddapur Taluk, Castlerock from SupaJoida Taluk in Uttara Kannada district, to show what might be called the "Cherrapunji of South India".

  • Malnad Gidda or Malenadu Gidda Kannada: ಮಲ ನ ಡ ಗ ಡ ಡ is a dwarf breed of cattle native to the hilly, rainy and densely forested Malenadu region of the
  • Humcha. The area covered by their kingdom included territories in the Malenadu region as well as the coastal districts of Karnataka. The dynasty founded
  • This road provides connectivity between Karavali Coastal region to Malenadu region of Karnataka state in India. This road is narrow at some stretches
  • India. The area covered by their kingdom included territories in the Malenadu region as well as the coastal districts of Karnataka. Their kingdom had
  • based Karnataka Premier League franchise cricket team representing the Malenadu region of Karnataka, India. The team is led by Cricketer Rajoo Bhatkal
  • Barkur, Havyaka, Kundagannada, Sirsi Kannada, Ankola Kannada, Komarpant, Malenadu Kannada. Northern Dialects Dharwad Kannada, Gulbarga Kannada, Vijayapura
  • Chikkamagaluru district in the Indian state of Karnataka.It belongs to malenadu region of chikmagalur district. Nearest Railway stations are Bhadravathi
  • discusses social and economic conditions prevailed in the late 19th Century Malenadu The story revolves around characters of the then prevailing feudal system
  • CE. Hubbashika ruled from a place above the Western Ghats present day Malenadu and mobilised an army from this area to invade coastal areas. Hubbashika
  • popular sweet dish in Karnataka Neer Dosa - Very popular in Mangalore and Malenadu region Mavalli Tiffin Room Media related to Cuisine of Karnataka at Wikimedia
  • Bayaluseeme or Bayalu Seeme is the area lying to the east of Malenadu a region of Karnataka state in India. The area is largely open plain, with few hillocks
  • and Uttara Kannada District. Its taluk is Sagara, Karnataka. As it is in malenadu it is surrounded by evergreen forest and hills. Average ambient temperature
  • traveses all three geographical regions of Karnataka state namely Karavali, Malenadu and Bayaluseemae. It starts at Bantwal in Karnataka state and passes through
  • Godhi Banna Sadharana Mykattu. Inchara was born in Shimoga, a town in Malenadu the evergreen western ghats of Karnataka, India. IKYATHA YERASALA. Inching
  • international airport is at Mangalore. Chikmagalur is situated in the Malenadu region of Karnataka in the Deccan plateau in the foothills of the Western
  • geographically has 3 principal regions: the coastal region of Karavali, the hilly Malenadu region comprising the Western Ghats, and the Bayaluseeme region, comprising
  • He is also convenor of Vriksh Laksha Andolan, a group of people from Malenadu dedicated to protect environment. He is involved in people s movement against
  • Maiden region on the Deccan Plateau. The district is bounded by Shivamogga Malenadu Area of Hills, Haveri, Chitradurga, Chikkamagalur and Ballari districts
  • Kola is a ritual folk dance from the coastal districts and some parts of malenadu of Karnataka, India. It shares a lot of similarities with Theyyam of Kerala

  • southern India and Sri Lanka. It is most often found in south Indian region Malenadu It is an erect, evergreen subshrub growing to 1 m 3 ft 3 in with glossy
  • Humcha. The area covered by their kingdom included territories in the Malenadu region as well as the coastal districts of Karnataka. The dynasty founded
  • by this term. The region lies on the Deccan plateau, east of the hilly Malenadu region, which includes the eastern foothills of the Western Ghats range
  • Shimoga district, Karnataka, India. It is nestled in the thickly forested Malenadu region of the Western Ghats mountain range. Owing to its high rainfall
  • cold climate during the year as the central part of the Taluk borders the Malenadu region and south - eastern portions form the southern maidan region. One
  • in the midst of forest areas of Western Ghats and it is also a part of Malenadu The taluk is full of greenery, hills and arecanut gardens developed in
  • consisting of Karwar, Ankola, Kumta, Honnavar and Bhatkal taluks and Malenadu consisting of Sirsi, Siddapur, Yellapur, Dandeli, Haliyal, Joida, and
  • is around 320 km in length and 48 64 km wide. The Western Ghats, called Malenadu a mountain range islands from the Arabian Sea, rising to about 900 m average
  • train facility. The major part of taluk falls under semi malnad Aree Malenadu with Arecanut and coconut plantations and semi arid forest with bushy
  • Sri Vishwavallabha Teertha 2007 Present Pontiff Sodhe is part of the Malenadu region, and is surrounded by thick forests and greenery. Rock art engraved
  • lies in the Western Ghat part of Karnataka, India, ultimately connecting Malenadu town Sirsi and Karavali town Kumta. Being under the lush forest zone in

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