Belagavi District Map - File Information
|Map Name||Belagavi District Map|
|WEBP Size||0.94 MB|
|PDF Size||0.69 MB|
|JPG Size||1.83 MB|
|PNG Size||4.17 MB|
|No. of Pages in PDF||1|
|Image Height||2712 Pixels|
|Image Width||3840 Pixels|
|Related||Karnataka, Karnataka District|
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Belagavi District Map - Summary
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Belagavi (formerly known as Belgaum) is a district located in the state of Karnataka, India. The district is located in the northern part of Karnataka, bordering the state of Maharashtra to the north and Goa to the west. The district headquarters is in the city of Belagavi.
Topographically, the district covers a zone of 13,415 square kilometers and features a populace of roughly 48 lakh people as of the 2011 census. The district is isolated into 18 taluks and has a total of 17 towns and 1276 villages.
Belagavi is known for its wealthy history and social legacy. The district has been possessed by various empires and dynasties, counting the Satavahanas, the Chalukyas, the Rashtrakutas, and the Bahamani Sultanate. The district was afterward ruled by the Maratha Empire before being attacked by the British in the 19th century.
Belagavi is additionally known for its common excellence, with the Western Ghats and the Malaprabha River passing through the district. The district is home to several natural life havens, counting the Bhimgad Wildlife Sanctuary, the Khanapur Blackbuck Asylum, and the Dandeli Natural Life Asylum.
The economy of the district is basically agrarian, with sugarcane being the most crop. Other crops developed in the district incorporate paddy, jowar, and maize. Belagavi is additionally known for its industrial sector, with several large-scale businesses such as Hindalco, Bharat Electronics, and Kalyani Forge being located in the district.
The district is home to several instructive educators, counting the Visvesvaraya Technological University, the Indian Institute of Innovation Dharwad, and the KLE Society’s College of Engineering and Innovation. The district also has a few visitor attractions, counting the Belgaum Fortification, the Gokak Falls, and the Kittur Fortification and Royal Residence.
The district organization is headed by a Deputy Commissioner who is responsible for the organization of the district. The district includes a total of 18 administrative assembly constituencies and 2 Lok Sabha constituencies.
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