Mandya

Mandya District - Karnataka

The district Mandya, on the southeastern part of Karnataka, derives its name from its administrative headquarters town, which is an important commercial centre. The name Mandya itself may have originated from the popular belief that Mandavya - a holy man lived in the area in ancient times. The district covers an area of about 4850.8 sq kms and the greatest assets of this state are its four rivers, the Kaveri, Hemavati, Lokapavani and Shimsha that give the district both religious importance and scenic beauty. Mandya, the district headquarters has gained importance because of the Mandya sugar factory, which is now one of the biggest in India.


 
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