Hassan is a district located in the state of Karnataka, India. It is known for its rich cultural heritage, natural beauty, and historical significance.
Hassan has a rich history dating back to the 11th century. The district was ruled by the Hoysalas, who were known for their patronage of art and architecture. Some of the famous temples in the district, such as the Hoysaleswara Temple and the Chennakesava Temple, were built during their reign.
During the 14th century, Hassan was ruled by the Vijayanagara Empire, which was known for its military prowess and patronage of arts and literature. After the fall of the Vijayanagara Empire, the district came under the rule of the Mysore Kingdom.
Hassan is located in the southern part of Karnataka, India. The district covers an area of 6826 sq. km and is bordered by the districts of Chikmagalur to the north, Kodagu to the west, Mysuru to the south, and Tumkur and Chitradurga to the east.
The district is located in the Western Ghats, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Western Ghats are known for their rich biodiversity and are home to several rare and endangered species of flora and fauna.
As of the 2011 census, the population of Hassan district was 17,72,878. The district has a literacy rate of 75.6%, which is higher than the national average.
The district has a diverse population, with people belonging to different castes and communities. The major communities in the district are Lingayats, Vokkaligas, Muslims, and Scheduled Castes and Tribes.
Hassan is an agriculturally rich district, with agriculture being the primary source of income for a majority of the population. The major crops grown in the district are paddy, jowar, ragi, sugarcane, and coconut.
Apart from agriculture, the district is also known for its sericulture industry. The district is home to several silk farms and silk production units.
Hassan is a popular tourist destination, known for its rich cultural heritage and natural beauty. Some of the famous tourist attractions in the district are:
Hassan has a rich cultural heritage, with people belonging to different castes and communities coexisting peacefully. The district is known for its traditional music and dance forms, such as the Yakshagana and Dollu Kunitha.
The district is also known for its cuisine, which is a blend of different culinary traditions. Some of the famous dishes in the district are Akki Rotti, Bisi Bele Bath, and Mysore Pak.
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