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Floriculture & Horticulture: Uttarakhand and Karnataka have a lot to share and grow…

Karnataka and Uttarakhand states have a tremendous scope to share information and expertise about their experience in the fields of Floriculture and Horticulture for mutual benefit and fostering growth to new heights. In comparison to the environment, geographical and climatic conditions both Karnataka and Uttarakhand are totally diverse in nature. However, if you happen to peep into the accomplishments of these two states in the two fields, it looks we have lost three fourths of a century in not dwelling over the issue. Just like they keep saying, “Better late than never”, its right and urgent time now to ponder over the matter. Karnataka leader in Floriculture: According to official statistics of the state government Karnataka is the leader in Floriculture accounting to 75 per cent of India’s total production. The state also has the highest area under modern cut flowers cultivation apart from having more than 40 flowers growing and exporting units.  First and only online auction cent

Karnataka: A land of robust arts and culture

Karnataka happens to be a vibrant state with robust arts and culture to its credit while Kannada, the main language spoken by most populace of the state is more than 2,000 years old. Kannada has also been classified as a one of the classical languages of the country. The state, hitherto called as Mysuru came into being during 1956 after the reorganization of states on linguistic basis. Thanks to Chief Minister D Devaraj Urs, the state was renamed as Karnataka on 01 November, the state formation day, in 1973. According to the 2014 census the population of the state is 6.41 crore. Four Revenue Divisions: The South Indian state facing the Arabian Sea on the South West comprises of four revenue divisions namely Bengaluru, Mysuru, Belagavi and Kalaburagi with 31 districts. It also borders Goa on the North West, Maharashtra on the North, Telangana to the North East and Andhra Pradesh on the East, Tamil Nadu to the South East and Kerala on the South. It happens to be the only state in South