The region was ruled by Alpas until the end of the 14th century, followed by Emperor Vijayanagara, Keradinayakas, Haider Ali, Tipu Sultan, and the British in 1799. Prior to 1860, Dakshinakannada was part of a district called Canara under the Madras Presidency. During the 1956 reorganization, Kasaragod was moved to the newly created Kerala, and Dakshinakannada was moved to Mysore (now Karnataka). In 1997, the government divided the Dakshinakannada district into the Udupi district and what is now the Dakshinakannada district.
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Udupi is known for its food, temples, beaches, educational institutions and financial institutions. The name "Udupi" is believed to be derived from the Sanskrit word "udu & pa" which means "star" and "lord".
The total area of the area is 3880km2.
Udupi has a total of 7 subdistricts.
There are a total of 233 villages in this area.
There are a total of 21 cities in this area.
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