|Town / Village|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Lok Sabha constituency||Udupi-Chikmagalur|
Kota (Kannada: ಕೋಟ) is a town on NH 17 on the way from Udupi to Kundapura. Famous Kannada writer, novelist and Yakshgana exponent, K. Shivaram Karanth hailed from this place. Kota is approximately 24 km from Udupi and 12 km from Kundapur.
Places of interest in Kota
- Saligrama Gurunarasimha Temple, presiding deity for Kota Brahmins
- Hire Mahalingeshwara Temple
- Amritheshwari Temple, Genda is celebrated once in a year.
- Bellada Ganapathi Temple
- Mulle Ganapathi Temple
- Rajshekar Temple
- Arabian Sea is approximately 2 km from Kota
- Kota Padukere Beach
- Kashi Mutt with Sri Muralidhara (Krishna) as the presiding deity. Sharada Utsav is celebrated with great enthusiasm here in Navarathri.
- Viveka High School
- Viveka Pre-University College
The school, started as a High School with 300 students in 1949, has now grown into a cluster of Institutions which includes Viveka Boys’ High School, Viveka Girls’ High School, Viveka English Medium High School, Viveka Pre-University College with a separate wing for Vocational Training during matriculation stage.
- Shri Shambhavi Vidyadayini School(Giliyaru Village)
jamia jumma masjid, kota
- kota shaale.....govt primary school (up to 7th standard)
- St. Joseph's Church, Kota. Roman Catholic Church, Under Udupi, Dioces.
- Prabhat Doors, Kota
- Janatha Fishmeal and Oil Products Kota
Founder of Vivek High school Late.Kota Lakshminarayan Karanth, Legend of literature Kota Shivram Karanth, Mr.S.Mayya founder of MTR FOODS, there are many Yakshagana artists who hail from Kota and are spreading their popularity across the globe.
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