Mangalore City

Mangalore the headquarters of district of Dakshina Kannada in Karnataka is a beautiful and fast growing city. Tradition takes the place name Mangalore to the 10th century, which originated from the Mangala Devi temple built in the memory of a famous princess of Malabar.

The splendor of the natural scene with blue Arabian sea shimmering in the sun, swaying palms and luxuriant tropical vegetation, attracts visitors.

Mangalore has a pride of place in the field of education. A variety of colleges and institutions offer many latest courses in different streams.

General Information

Altitude : Sea Level
Temperature :


Max. 35 degrees C

Min. 26.1 degrees C

Winter :

Max. 32 degrees C

Min. 26.1 degrees C

The annual rainfall is 4400 mm

Humidity : Exceeds 85%

Languages: Tulu, Kannada, Konkani, English and Hindi.

Reaching Mangalore

By Air : Mangalore international Airport is well connected by flights from Bangalore, Mumbai Chennai, Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Doha etc.

By Rail : Mangalore has three railway stations- Mangalore, Kankanady, Surathkal - having broadguage link with Goa, Mumbai, Delhi, Kochi, Thiruvananthapuram, Chennai, and Bangalore

By Road : Mumbai to Kochi ( NH - 17 ), Bangalore ( NH - 48 )

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