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Haveri is a district in Karnataka State.


The important towns and villages in Haveri District are:

  • Haveri: The district's administrative, culture and political headquarters. It is also famous for its elaichi (cardamom), cattle markets, oil mills and cotton markets. Haveri is also known for "Haveri Nyaya", a typical method of settling the disputes.
  • Savanur: famous for mausoleums of many Sufi saints and resting palace of erstwhile nizam.
  • Haunsabhavi - Famous place for education (Mruthyunjaya vidya peeta).
  • Hangal - Taluk headquarters. Place of the Tarkeshawar temple.
  • Akki-Alur - Rice bowl of Haveri District. Famous for its lake and gardens.
  • Kumar Pattanam - Place of Birla industries on the bank of the river Tungabhadra.
  • Byadgi - Famous for Byadgi chilli.
  • Ranebennur - Important trade centre in central Karnataka.
  • Rattihalli - Place of the Kadambeshwar temple.

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  • Bankapura - Notified as Bankapur Conservation Reserve offering a safe haven for peacocks.
  • Kaginele - Kaginele Kanaka Guru Peetha, a religious institution dedicated to sage Kanakadasa is present here.


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