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Electrifying Mangalore: A Photo Tour in the Coast

By: Akshatha Vinayak

The breeze of coastal Karnataka hits as we touch this small city of Mangaluru. As you set feet, a feeling of warmth engulfs! Then the Tulu speaking locals whose language sounds like music. We just can't take our eyes off from the quaint ambience and smell of yummy delicacies at every nook and corner of this city. In fact, this bustling centre has everything from tourist places (not to forget beaches), religious places, malls (budding city) and to top it all its the mouth-watering food!

Let us take photo tour in Mangalore to see its hidden grandeur in simplicity!

Early Morning at Mangala Devi Temple

Early Morning at Mangala Devi Temple

Do you know the name 'Mangaluru' is derived from the Goddess Mangala Devi. Don't miss out on visiting this beautiful shrine.

Mangala Devi Temple
Photo Courtesy: Ssriram mt

On a Rainy Day

On a Rainy Day

Mangalore is enclosed by the Western Ghats on one side and the enchanting Arabian Sea to the other.
Photo Courtesy: Shuba

The Stunning Suratkal

The Stunning Suratkal

The educational hub Suratkal is blessed with nature's bounty.
Photo Courtesy: Abhinaba Basu

Amazing Folklore

Amazing Folklore

Huli Vesha (Tiger Dance) is one of the folk art forms of Mangalore. Men paint there bodies with tiger prints and dance. It is similar to the folk form of Puli Kali in Kerala.
Photo Courtesy: Dave G

 The Alluring Coast

The Alluring Coast

Can't forget the amazing beaches in Mangalore; quaint and pristine coastal line is a must visit here.
Photo Courtesy: Subharnab Majumdar

Historical St. Aloysius Chapel

Historical St. Aloysius Chapel

St. Aloysius Chapel is one of the landmarks in Mangalore; it belongs to the colonial times.
Photo Courtesy: Haydn Blackey

Sea Shells on the Sea Shore

Sea Shells on the Sea Shore

You can collect sea shells to your heart's content at the beaches of Mangalore. Head to the untouched Tannirbhavi for a escapade from the city!
Photo Courtesy: Karunakar Rayker

The Eternal Yakshagana

The Eternal Yakshagana

Yakshagana, a folk theatre form, originated from the Malenadu regions of Karnataka. It is one of the popular art forms which is still performed widely in Mangalore. Do try to watch Yakshagana when you visit Mangalore!
Photo Courtesy: Shrebhat

Bustling Panambur

Bustling Panambur

Panambur is a sea port of New Mangalore Port and the Panambur Beach is one of the famous beaches in Mangalore.
Photo Courtesy: spykster

Divine Udupi

Divine Udupi

Udupi, the religious town is just 60km away from Mangalore.
Photo Courtesy: Magiceye

Electrifying Kambala

Electrifying Kambala

Kambala, the buffalo race, is one of the traditional sports in Mangalore. In recent years, it has been one of the disputed animal sports in India.
Photo Courtesy: Karunakar Rayker

Fishing Boats

Fishing Boats

Fishing is one of the main occupations as it is a coastal city.
Photo Courtesy: Shuba

Mouth-Watering Sea Food

Mouth-Watering Sea Food

Mangalore is known for its unique sea food and non-vegetarian cuisines. Don't miss out on trying the Kane Fry, Kori Rotti, etc.
Photo Courtesy: kspoddar

Pictureque Sunset

Pictureque Sunset

Tannirbhavi Beach is secluded and best to enjoy the nature! Sunset at Tannirbhavi Beach is just magical.
Photo Courtesy: Karunakar Rayker

I Scream You Scream For Ice Cream

I Scream You Scream For Ice Cream

Never ever come back without trying ice cream in Pabbas or Ideal ice cream at Mangalore!
Photo Courtesy: idealicecream.in

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