The district was formed in 1832 as the Chitradurga Division during the time of the British Commission of Sir Misul Mark Kabon, including the current Chitradurga and Tumakul districts. The district's first collector (term 1835-1861) who was heavily responsible for establishing the Munro administrative system.  In 1862, the Chitradurga Division was abolished, and Tumakul (Nandidurga Division) and Chitradurga (Nagar Division) were established as separate districts by Ruwin Bentham Bowling.
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Known as "Carpatalnadu" (the country of coconuts), this area is famous for its coconut production. It is also an important educational center. Home to Tumakuru University and many universities including medicine and engineering.
The total area of the district is 10597km2.
Toumakuru has a total of three subdistricts.
There are a total of 2582 villages in this area.
There is only one city in this area.
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