Kaniyuru

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Kaniyuru
village
Kaniyuru is located in Karnataka
Kaniyuru
Kaniyuru
Location in Karnataka, India
Coordinates: 10°36′40″N 77°22′49″E / 10.61111°N 77.38028°E / 10.61111; 77.38028Coordinates: 10°36′40″N 77°22′49″E / 10.61111°N 77.38028°E / 10.61111; 77.38028
Country  India
State Karnataka
District Mangalore
Languages
 • Official Kannada
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 574328
Nearest city Puttur
Lok Sabha constituency Mangalore

Kaniyooru, also spelled Kaneyuru, is a village in Puttur taluk in Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka state, India. It houses one of the Ashta Mathas established by Madhvacharya, the Dvaita philosopher.The village is located on Mangalore to Bangalore broadguage railway line. There is a railway station at Kaniyooru. The railway station of Kaniyooru can be accessed by passenger trains running between Mangaluru and Subramanya road stations. The state highway 100 connecting Puttur to KukkeSubramanya passes through this village. There are frequent buses from Puttur to Kaniyooru.

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