Kolar was formerly known as Korahara, Kubarara, Korara, but in the Middle Ages it was called Koraharapura. Korahahapura means "violent city" in Kannada, and was the battlefield of the fighting Charkya dynasty in the north and the Chola dynasty in the south. In 1004 AD, the Chola dynasty annexed the chorale by 1116. The early history of Corral was edited by Fred Goodwill, director of the Wesrian Tamil Mission in Bangalore and Kolar Gold Fields, and his work has been published in many journals. Chorale, which preceded Bangalore, dates back to the 2nd century. The Western Ganga dynasty had Kolar as its capital and ruled Mysore, Coimbatore, Salem, and Travancore.
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Headquartered in the Kolar district, it is recently known for its milk production and gold mining beyond Denmark.
The total area of the district is 4012km2.
Kolar has a total of 6 subdistricts.
There are a total of 186 villages in this area.
There are 55 cities in this area.
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|Chamarajanagar District||Chikkaballapur District||Chikmagalur District|
|Chitradurga District||Dakshina Kannada District||Davanagere District|
|Dharwad District||Gadag District||Hassan District|
|Haveri District||Kalaburagi District||Kodagu District|
|Kolar District||Koppal District||Mandya District|
|Mysuru District||Raichur District||Ramanagara District|
|Shimoga District||Tumakuru District||Udupi District|
|Uttara Kannada District||Bijapur District||Yadgiri District|
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