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Kumta is a town and a taluka place in Uttara Kannada district in the Indian state of Karnataka. It is a costal town and is about 60 km south of the city of Karwar and 20 km north of Honavar.
Kumta is a sea coast town near Gokarna. During the British era, it was a part of the North Kanara district of Bombay presidency. It had an open roadstead, with a considerable trade, especially in cotton. Carvings in sandalwood is a specialty. A place of high commercial importance in olden days, the importance had declined slowly and is now having very low commercial activities.
Kumta Town is now more famous for the temples. The town has beautuiful attractions, including Kumta beach, Dhareshwar beach, Baada beach and Mirja Fort. Kumta is known for its betelnut, cashew, coconut, banana cultivation and fisheries. The view of a long Kumta beach with a small mount at a distance is a marvelous sight and added to that the beach was filled with thousands of seabirds.
Kumta is more famous for the temples and beaches.
The Town has 4 Beaches in it. Dhareshwar beach is very good and is located 5 km away from kumta. Beautiful places in Kumta include
1) Kumta beach,
3) Baada beach
4) Mirjan Fort
Temples in Kumta town are
2) Uppin Ganapati
3) Shanteri Kamakshi Temple
4) Venkatraman Temple
5) Mahalasa Temple
6) Shantika Parmeshwari Temple
1) Kanchika Parmeshwari Temple, Baad
2) Shiva Temple, Dhareshwar.
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