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==Get in==
 
==Get in==
 
===By Road===
 
===By Road===
Dakshina Kannada district is connected by many national highways. It is connected to Bengaluru the capital of Karnataka state by national highway NH-75 ( previous number NH-48 ). Another important highway is NH-66 ( formerly NH-17 ) which connects to Udupi, Karwar, Goa, Mumbai to north and Kasargod and Kochi in south direction along coastline of Arabian sea. NH-169 ( previously NH-13) is national highway connecting to Sholapur via Shivamogga.NH-234 routes neighboring district of Chikmagalur, Hassan to Sira in Tumkur district.
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Dakshina Kannada district is connected by many national highways. It is connected to Bengaluru the capital of Karnataka state by national highway NH-75 ( previous number NH-48 ). Another important highway is NH-66 ( formerly NH-17 ) which connects to Udupi, Karwar, Goa, Mumbai to north and Kasargod and Kochi in south direction along coastline of Arabian sea. NH-13 is national highway connecting to Sholapur via Shivamogga.NH-234 routes neighboring district of Chikmagalur, Hassan to Sira in Tumkur district.
 
 
 
===By Railway===
 
===By Railway===
 
Konkan railway line connects Mangalore with Mumbai, Ratnaagiri and Goa. There is another railway line southwards which connects to parts of Kerala and also to some parts of Tamilnadu. A railway line connects district to Bengaluru and Mysuru by crossing western ghats at Sakleshpura.
 
Konkan railway line connects Mangalore with Mumbai, Ratnaagiri and Goa. There is another railway line southwards which connects to parts of Kerala and also to some parts of Tamilnadu. A railway line connects district to Bengaluru and Mysuru by crossing western ghats at Sakleshpura.

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