Kadandale

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Kadandale
village
Kadandale is located in Karnataka
Kadandale
Kadandale
Location in Karnataka, India
Coordinates: 13°07′N 74°55′E / 13.117°N 74.917°E / 13.117; 74.917Coordinates: 13°07′N 74°55′E / 13.117°N 74.917°E / 13.117; 74.917
Country  India
State Karnataka
District Mangalore
Languages
 • Official Kannada
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 574277
Nearest city Moodabidri

Kadandale is a picturesque village in Mangalore district, Karnataka, India. Kadandale has one of the oldest and a really magnificent Subramanya Temple. It was known to be one of the richest temples around in Tulu Nadu. The income from this temple was supposedly enough to sustain several other temples around. The annual festivities of many temples around used to be conducted through this temple.Agriculture is one of the main sources of livelihood for the people of this area. The village is native place of Kadandale Krishna Bhat of Hotel Woodlands fame. It is also the native place of Sri Sri Sri Eesha Vittaldas Swamiji of Kemar Sandipani Ashram. In 1997, Kadandale witnessed an agitation led by K Jayaram Shetty Kadandale, against an illegal pigment factory manufacturing colours, which was planned to be set up in Kadandale, by forming Shambhavi River Environment Protection Committee.Succumbing to this pressure, Engelhard Highland Pvt. Ltd, the promoters of the pigment factory closed shop and left.

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