Uttara Kannada District
Uttara Kannada, also known as North Kanara or North Canara, is the Concan district of Karnataka, India. Uttara Cannada was the home of the Kadamba dynasty from 350 to 525. They ruled from Banavasi. After the Kadamba dynasty's conquest by the Charkya dynasty, the area was under the control of successive empires such as the Charkya dynasty, the Rashtrakuta dynasty, the Hoysala dynasty, and the Vijayanagara empire. It was originally part of the Kanara district of the Madras Presidency. The district was divided into the North and South Canara districts in 1859. The British eventually moved the Uttala Cannada district to the Bombay Presidency in 1862.
Uttara Kannada is famous for its variety of seafood dishes. Fish curry and rice are the staple foods of the locals. Cashew nuts and coconuts are also widely used.
The total area of the area is 10291km2.
There are a total of four subdivisions in this area.
There are a total of 1289 villages in this area.
There are a total of 13 cities in this area.
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