Which is the best wildlife documentary in Karnataka?
Named after the Kali River, this documentary by the Karnataka Forest Department talks about the flora and fauna along the river Kali.
Why are there so many documentaries on food?
Food documentaries can frame complex information in a more interesting and active way, especially for the visual learners. As our society’s interest in food grows, so has the number of food documentaries.
How to donate to mcks food for hungry Foundation Karnataka?
Donations are exempted under Section 80G of Income Tax Act for donations to MCKS Food for the Hungry Foundation Karnataka. If you would like to volunteer for any of the above projects, please contact us at +91 8884790909 or [email protected] For Donations, please visit our online donation portal https://donate.mckscharity.org/donate.
What kind of food do people in Karnataka eat?
Rich and delicious, it has drawn an influence from the neighbouring states and coastal areas. The taste and variety of Karnataka dishes change as you move from region to region. While North Karnataka food is mainly about vegetarian food, the coastal region serves you lip-smacking seafood.
What was the name of the ancient dynasty of Karnataka?
The Kalyana Chalukya dynasty is also known as the Western Chalukya dynasty to differentiate them from the Eastern Chalukya dynasty of Vengi. This dynasty ruled over entire Karnataka and Maharashtra and parts of Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.
Why is Karnataka important to the history of India?
The philosophers and musical bards patronised by these empires launched socio-religious and literary movements which have endured to the present day. Karnataka has contributed significantly to both forms of Indian classical music, the Carnatic and Hindustani traditions.
When did Satavahana dynasty come to power in Karnataka?
After the fall of the Mauryan Empire the Satavahana dynasty came to power in Karnataka around 3 BCE. They ruled over extensive parts of Northern Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra. Prakrit was their administrative language. Both Kannada and Telugu were found and evolved during their rule.