Hubballi – Dharwad are the major cities of north Karnataka. These cities are perfect for the commercial center and also a business hub. Hubballi is known for monuments and also famous for handloom and textile industry.

There’s much more than this.

Hubballi got its name from the historic town “Raya Hubli and Elaya Puravada Halli”.

In this article, we present to you 12 Sakkath & Interesting facts of Namma Hubballi – Dharwad

The real meaning of Hubli alias Hubballi is “Flowering Creeper” in Kannada.

The 2nd largest city in Karnataka after Bangalore and Mysore.

Source: Indiarailinfo

Education Hub of Karnataka.

Hubballi has got some prestigious educational institutions such as Karnataka Medical College(KMC), KLE Society, BVB College of Engineering and Technology,
University of Agricultural Sciences, Indian Institute Of Technology Dharwad which are amongst the best in India.

Hubballi – Dharwad is land of Kannada Literature.

One and Only twin cities of Namma Karnataka is Hubballi – Dharwad

Hubballi is also called as “Chota Mumbai”.

It is the largest business hub of entire North Karnataka.

This is the Place where all the Indian National Flags are manufactured.

Bengeri village of Dharwad district is the only authorized place in the country to manufacture the National Flag by the Karnataka Khadi Gramodyoga Samyukta Sangha (KKGSS).

National Flag by KKGSS hubli
Source: Tripoto

Dharwad Peda from Thakur Singh Peda, Dharwad is world famous.

The Famous Personalities DA RA Bendre, Bhimsen Joshi are from Dharwad.

Hubli Personalities

The Food is Sakkath in Hubballi – Dharwad

Rotti, Chapati, Madki kalu Palya, Shenga Chutney, Gurellu Chutney, Agasi Chutney and many more tongue tickling dishes from this place.

Hubballi is famous for Hindustani Music.

Prominent Personality of IT industry, Co-Founder of INFOSYS Sudha Murty is from Dharwad.

Life here is peaceful and the cost of living is comparatively low. Apart from all these the Dialect and the slang used in Hubballi – Dharwad is Sakkath.

Finally to end this, here is popular poem of Da Ra Bendre sung by Raju Ananthaswamy.



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