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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 Guwahati

If it was known by the English meaning of the Assamese word for 'Betel nut Market', it would no justice to its attractive and beautiful offering. 'The Light of the East' is what many call it; Guwahati is truly the gateway to the serene north eastern part of India. One cannot plan a trip to the Northeast and not have Guwahati on their itinerary. The most cosmopolitan and vibrant city of the state of Assam, Guwahati is also the largest and the fastest growing city in the entire Northeast. Situated on the south bank of the grand Brahmaputra River, the city has an amazing view of the foothills of the Shillong plateau. Out of the many tourist destinations that the city has to offer, the temples of Guwahati are the ones to look for. The famous Kamakhya temple which is located atop the Nilachal hill, is known to be one of the most valued and respected shrines of the worshippers of 'Shakti'. The Umananda temple, which is located in the middle of an island on the River Brahmaputra, offers a beautiful view of the riverside and a peaceful environment. Guwahati is also the home to one of the largest zoos in the country and the largest in the Northeast region. The zoo has a thriving population of Elephants and the famous one-horned Rhinoceros. The city is also an exciting place for all the sportspersons of the region as it has many stadiums and sports complexes which include the famous Nehru stadium which hosts international Cricket matches. Guwahati is mix of the old and the new. On one end it has colonial-era mansions and age old local markets and on the other, it has a growing manufacturing sector which makes it the fastest growing city of the northeast.

Mangalore to Guwahati 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 Guwahati has to offer. Prior bookings and ticket confirmation worries can make travelling a burden. So book Mangalore to Guwahati cab from Wiwigo.com the day you want to take your journey and forget about confirmations and restrictions!

Mangalore to Guwahati via Bus

Although another way to travel Mangalore to Guwahati and Guwahati to Mangalore, you need to wait for ticket bookings and confirmations and traverse extreme weather on bad roads, made worse by a bus journey. When you could instead take a handpicked cab form Wiwigo.com at a much cheaper price than even a volvo.

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