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About Mangalore

Officially Mangalore is known as Mangaluru and is the major port city of the Indian state Karnataka.It is known as Kudla in Tullu, Kodial in Konkani and by various other names.Developed as a port on the Arabian sea, it is the major port of India till today's date.Mangalore is lying on the backwater of Netravati and Gurupura rivers and is a staging point for sea traffic along the Malabar coast.The coast of Mangalore handles 75% of India's coffee and cashew exports.It is one of the most cosmopolitan non-metro cities in India.Mangalore was given rank 13th in India for the favourable destination for doing business and it is going to be developed as the smart city in Smart city mission. Tourism Mangaluru is also called 'Gateway of Karnataka' and lies between Arabian sea and western ghats.The city also consists of various temples and buildings like Mangaldevi temple, Kadri Manjunatha temple.St.Aloysius Church, the Rosario Cathedral Milagres Church, and Jamia Masjid. Beaches like Panambur, Tannirbavi, NITK, Someshwara, Ullal and many others are also major attractions of this city.Panambur beach has many facilities like boating.jet ski rides, dolphin viewing and many other.Sri Gokarnatheswar temple witnesses huge devotees all over from India in its 10-day festival Mangalore Dasara. Mangala Devi temple also attracts devotees during the period of Navratri. Cuisines Mangalorean dishes include Kori roti, Neer dosa, Pundi patrode, Mangalore buns, Mangalore baji.The cuisine of Mangalore is highly influenced by South Indian cuisine and is also famous for its fish and chicken. Shendi (toddy) a country liquor prepared from coconut flower sap is famous. Udupi cuisine also known as vegetable cuisine are liked throughout the region. Though the city accounts mainly for business but for relaxation and visiting temples and having south Indian cuisine the place is worth to visit.

About Bathinda

Bathinda is a town and municipality in the southern part of Punjab. The city, named after the Bhati Kings, is one of the oldest cities in Punjab, India and the administrative current headquarters of the district of Bathinda. It is in the north-west of India in the region of Malwa, 227 km west of the capital of Chandigarh and is the fifth largest city in Punjab. Bathinda has dubbed the "City of Lakes", courtesy of the city's artificial lakes. The first Empress of India, Razia Sultan was imprisoned in the Fort Qila Mubarak in Bathinda. Bathinda is a house of the Central University of Punjab and to come AIIMS. Bathinda is home to two modern thermal power plants, Guru Nanak Dev Thermal power plant and guru Hargobind thermal plant in Lehra Mohabbat. The city has a fertilizer plant, a large oil refinery, Bathinda is home to two cement plants, Ambuja cements and Ultratech cement Limited. A zoo, and a historic Qila Mubarak fort. Bathinda is one of the largest markets for cereals and food cottons in northern India; The area around Bathinda is a prolific vineyard. It is one of the main cities in education in Punjab. Three national motorways, NH 7 (Fazilka-Badrinath National highway) and NH-54 (Dabwali-Pathankot National highway) and NH 148 Bathinda in Narnaul (according to the new numbering of highways) pass through the city.

Mangalore to Bathinda via Train

A preferred but dry mode of travel, train journey kills the fun of stopping by at intervals and viewing the attractions that the route from Mangalore to Bathinda has to offer. Prior bookings and ticket confirmation worries can make travelling a burden. So book Mangalore to Bathinda cab from Wiwigo.com the day you want to take your journey and forget about confirmations and restrictions!

Mangalore to Bathinda via Bus

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