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Friday, 12 October 2012

KARNATAKA

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KARNATAKA

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LIST OF CHEIF MINISTERS OF KARNATAKA

#
NAME
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PARTY
01 Kysamballi Chengalraya Reddy 25 October 1947 30 March 1952 Indian National Congress
02 Kengal Hanumanthaiah 30 March 1952 19 August 1956 Indian National Congress
03 Kadidal Manjappa 19 August 1956 31 October 1956 Indian National Congress
04 S. Nijalingappa 01 November 1956 16 May 1958 Indian National Congress
05 B.D.Jatti 16 May 1958 09 March 1962 Indian National Congress
06 S.R.Kanth 14 March 1962 20 June 1962 Indian National Congress
07 S. Nijalingappa 21 June 1962 29 May 1968 Indian National Congress
08 Veerendra Patil 29 May 1968 18 March 1971 Indian National Congress
  President's Rule 19 March 1971 20 March 1972  
09 D.Devaraj Urs 20 March 1972 31 December 1977 Indian National Congress
  President's Rule 31 December 1977 28 February 1978  
10 D.Devaraj Urs 28 February 1978 07 January 1980 Indian National Congress
11 R.Gundu Rao 12 January 1980 06 January 1983 Indian National Congress
12 Ramakrishna Hegde 10 January 1983 29 December 1984 Janata Party
13 Ramakrishna Hegde 08 March 1985 13 February 1986 Janata Party
14 Ramakrishna Hegde 16 February 1986 10 August 1988 Janata Party
15 S.R. Bommai 13 August 1988 21 April 1989 Janata Party
  President's Rule 21 April 1989 30 November 1989  
16 Veerendra Patil 30 November 1989 10 October 1990 Indian National Congress
17 S. Bangarappa 17 October 1990 19 November 1989 Indian National Congress
18 M.Veerappa Moily 19 November 1989 11 December 1994 Indian National Congress
19 H.D.Deve Gowda 11 December 1994 31 May 1996 Janata Dal
20 J.H. Patel 31 May 1996 07 October 1999 Janata Dal
21 S.M. Krishna 11 October 1999 28 May 2004 Indian National Congress
22 Dharam Singh 28 May 2004 28 January 2006 Indian National Congress
23 H.D. Kumaraswamy 03 February 2006 08 October 2007 Janata Dal (Secular)
  President's Rule 09 October 2007 11 November 2007  
24 B.S. Yeddyurappa 12 November 2007 19 November 2007 Bharatiya Janata Party
  President's Rule 20 November 2007 27 May 2008  
25 B.S. Yeddyurappa 28 May 2008 31 July 2011 Bharatiya Janata Party
26 D.V. Sadananda Gowda 03 August 2011
Present
Bharatiya Janata Party

ELECTED POLITICAL OFFICIALS OF KARNATAKA

Lok Sabha members of Karnataka

# CONSTITUENCY NAME OF MEMBERS PARTY
01
Bagalkot Gaddigoudar, Shri P.C. BJP
02 Bangalore Central Mohan, Shri P.C. BJP
03 Bangalore North Gowda, Shri D.B. Chandre BJP
04 Bangalore Rural Kumaraswamy, Shri H.D. JD(S)
05 Bangalore South Ananth Kumar, Shri BJP
06 Belgaum Angadi, Shri Suresh Chanabasappa BJP
07 Bellary Shantha, J. BJP
08 Bidar Si9ngh, Shri N.Dharam INC
09 Bijapur Jigajinagi, Shri Ramesh Chandappa BJP
10 Chamrajanagar Dhruvanarayana, Shri R. INC
11 Chikkballapur Moily, Shri M.Veerappa INC
12 Chikkodi Visheanath, Shri Katti Ramesh BJP
13 Chitradurga Swamy, Shri Janardhana BJP
14 Dakshina Kannada Kateel, Shri Nalin Kumar BJP
15 Davanagere Siddeswara, Shri Gowdar Mallikarjunappa BJP
16 Dharwad Joshi, Shri Pralhad Venkatesh BJP
17 Gulbarga Kharge,Shri Mallikarjun BJP
18 Hassan Devegowda,Shri H.D. JD(S)
19 Haveri Chanabasappa,Shri Udasi Shivkumar BJP
20 Kolar Muniyappa,Shri K.H. INC
21 Koppal Shivanagouda,Shri Shivaramagouda BJP
22 Mandya Swamygowda,Shri N Cheluvaraya Swamy @ JD(S)
23 Mysore Vishwanath,Shri Adagur H. INC
24 Raichur Pakkirappa,Shri S. BJP
25 Shimoga Raghavendra,Shri B. Y. BJP
26 Tumkur Basavaraj,Shri Gangasandra Siddappa BJP
27 Udupi Chikmagalur Gowda,Shri D.V. Sadananda BJP
28 Uttara Kannada Basavaraj,Shri Gangasandra Siddappa BJP

Rajya Sabha Members of Karnataka

#
NAME
PARTY
01 Chandrasekhar Shri Raje IND
02 Fernandesh Shri Oscar INC
03 Hariprasad Shri B. K. INC
04 Jois Shri M. Rama BJP
05 Khan Shri K. Rahman INC
06 Kore Dr. Prabhakar BJP
07 Krishna Shri S.M. INC
08 Lad Shri Anil H. INC
09 Murthy Shri M. Rajasekara JD(S)
10 Naidu Shri M. Venkaiah BJP
11 Ramaswamy Dr. M. A. M. JD(S)
12 Shanappa Shri K.B. BJP

OCCUPATION

As with any other Indian state, agriculture is the major occupation of people of Karnataka. The state has also made significant industrial growth and makes reasonable contribution to the health of Indian economy. Karnataka is well known for its silk and handicrafts in sandalwood since scores of years. The state is rich in mineral ore, and supplies all of India's gold. The other mining activities for ores in the state include copper, chromite, iron, mica, magnesite, etc. The production of electric power, besides other methods, is done by harnessing Cauvery, Sharavati, and Kali rivers.

FOOD

DRESS

LANGUAGE

  • Tulu
  • Kodava
  • Takk
  • Konkani
  • Kannada
  • IMPORTANT PLACE

    Bangalore-

    Bangalore called as the Silicon Valley of India, is one of the most developing city in the world. Having Kannada as the official language English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu etc are also spoken. A Garden city, City of Golf Courses, a Happening city are some of the attributes used for Bangalore.The Vidhan Soudha, the Lalbagh Gardens, the Indian Institute of Science and the Ulsoor Lake are the attractions of the city.

    Mysore-

    The royal city of Karnataka Mysore has more than its palaces, parks and temples in its treasure. Items made of sandalwood, rosewood and handicrafts items are world popular. The charm of Mysore history regains when one entered in the Fort and Palace of Tipu Sultan.

    Mangalore-

    A coastal town and major commercial center of Karnataka, Mangalore has Western Ghats in the east and the Arabian Sea in the west as its companion. Palm fringed beaches, lush green fields and vast forest are the attraction points of Mangalore.

    Aihole-

    Famous as the "Cradle of Indian Architecture", Aihole has over a hundred temples scattered around the village. The oldest temple here is, perhaps, the Lad Khan temple dating back to the 5th Century. Not to be missed is the Konthi Temple Complex.

    Badami-

    The capital of the early Chalukyas, Badami is picturesquely situated at the mouth of a ravine between two rocky hills. Badami is famous for its four cave temples - all hewn out of sand stone on the precipice of a hill.

    Belgaum-

    The district Headquarters, Belgaum is a charming blend of the old and the new. In the heart of Belgaum is the Fort, Kapileshwara Temple, Ananthashayana Temple etc..Belgaum also has some very impressive churches.

    Bidar-

    The northern-most part of Karnataka lies Bidar - a tiny district steeped in history. Bidar Fort, Rangin Mahal, Solah Kambah Masjid, Gagan Mahal are not to be missed.

    Bijapur-

    Think of Bijapur and the first thing that comes to mind is Gol Gumbaz, Jumma Masjid. You can spend days exploring Bijapur.

    Dharwad-

    Dharwad, calm, peaceful with a picturesque beauty, this town still retains its old-world charm. Dotting the town are a number of beautiful churches and temples. Dharwad is also a famous educational centre.

    Gulbarga-

    Gulbarga is a unique synthesis of two cultures. Filled with beautiful palaces, mosques, stately buildings and bazaars.

    Hampi-

    "Vijayanagara is such that the pupil of the eye has never seen a place like it...". You can still glimpse the splendour of Vijayanagara - one of the largest empires in the history of India - in its ruins. Hampi is full of surprises.

    Pattadakal-

    Pattadakal - a World Heritage Centre - has 10 major temples representing early Chalukyan architecture. The biggest temple here, is dedicated to Virupaksha. Besides this temple is a group of temples remarkable primarily, for representing two chief styles of Indian architecture, side by side.

    FESTIVALS

    Dussehra-

    Dusshera is the main Hindu festival of Karnataka. This ten days festival was celebrated with extravagance by the rulers of Vijayanagar Empire. Later, this became a tradition. The festival was celebrated at Mysore where a Durbar was held for 9 days and on the 10th day a huge procession was taken out with decorated elephants, colorful folks and much more. It is still celebrated in Mysore with great pomp and show.

    Yugadi-

    Yugadi is considered as the New Year's Day in Kannada tradition. It falls on the late March or early April and is celebrated all over Karnataka. On this day the dinner is specially prepared and it starts with jaggery and neem leaves. This depicts that life is nothing but a bundle of joys and sorrows.

    Karaga-

    This festival is mainly celebrated at the Darmaraya Temple in Bangalore. It is celebrated on the full moon day of Chaitra, the first month of Hindu Calendar. This festival is celebrated in the honor of Draupathi, the spouse of Pandavas, famous religious characters from the great Hindu epic, Mahabharata.

    Sri Vithappa-

    This fair is held in the honour of Vithappa, the deity of the village, Vithappa. It is a three days festival and about 7 to 8 thousand people gather during the fair. This fair has a religious and folk importance.

    The Godachi-

    The Godachi fair is held at Godachi village in Ramdurg Taluk of Karnataka. It is held in the month of Kartik This fair is held in the honour of Shri Veerabhadra and it is organized by the government of Karnataka.

    Shri Yellamma Devi-

    Shri Yellamma Devi fair is held at Saundatti. It is held for about 5 times between October and February. But the Margasira is the biggest one, which is held on the full moon day.

    Banashankari Devi-

    The Banashankari Devi fair is held near Badami. It is an annual fair held in the month of January on the full moon day. This fair lasts for 10 to 12 days. At the fair, villagers buy agricultural items, utensils and other articles of domestic needs.

    Dusshera

    Yugadi

    Rajyotsava Day

    Karaga

    Makara Samkramacna

    Sri Ramanavami

    Sri Krishna Janmashtami

    Ganesh Chaturthi

    Deepavali

    Sri Vithappa

    Godachi

    Shri Yellamma Devi

    Banashankari Devi

    Dasara

    Hampi Festival

    Rajyotsava Day

    Pattadakkal Dance Festival

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