The son of Marigovda, the ruler of Avati Malaviregouda, was hunting in the forest of Kodimanchanachari one day. The rabbit stood fearless of the wild hounds. Seeing this, the ruler gladly told his son that the power of the rabbit was due to the courage of the local citizens. Thus, with permission from the King of Vijayanagara, the ruler built an elaborate fort and established the city now known as Tickbarapur. Chikkabalapur was later placed under the control of Wodeyars in Mysore and later integrated into what is now Karnataka.
Sidlaghatta is a town in the Chikkabalapur district of Karnataka, India. It is famous for raw silk, and most of the income of the people of Sidlaghatta depends on the small industry related to silk.
The total area of the district is 4244km2.
Chikkabalapur has a total of 6 subdistricts.
There are a total of 243 villages in this area.
There are a total of 8 cities in this area.
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