Kanaginahal

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Kanaginahal
ಕಣಗಿನಹಾಳ
Kanaginahala
Village
Kanaginahal is located in Karnataka
Kanaginahal
Kanaginahal
Kanaginahal is located in India
Kanaginahal
Kanaginahal
Coordinates: 15°27′25″N 75°43′40″E / 15.456832°N 75.727833°E / 15.456832; 75.727833Coordinates: 15°27′25″N 75°43′40″E / 15.456832°N 75.727833°E / 15.456832; 75.727833
Country  India
State Karnataka
District Gadag district
Languages
 • Official Kannada
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 582102
Vehicle registration KA-26

Kanaginahal is a village in the Gadag district of Karnataka State in India. The first co-operative society of India was registered in 1905 at Kanaginahal village.

Sri Narayana Temple[edit]

Gadag is famous for the Sri Narayana Temple built during the Chalukyan Empire.And also there is sharanabasweshwar temple it's also known as 2nd kalaburgi.

Co-operative movement[edit]

The first co-operative movement in Asia was stated here in Kanaginahal.[1] Under the leadership of Sri Siddanagouda SannaRamanagouda Patil (1843–1933) The Agricultural Credit Cooperative Society of Kanaginahal was launched in Kanaginahal on 8 July 1905 with the initial sum of two thousand rupees. It was the first of its kind in Asia. Initial work taken up by the Credit Cooperative Society was building Railway Station in the village and providing safe drinking water facility to the villagers.

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