Localities and Areas in Mangalore


Popular Areas in Mangalore
Pristine Lakes dotted with palm trees in Mangalore

Most of the areas or localities in Mangalore are very famous for their possession of temples and beaches. The localities of Mangalore are also developed and they possess very good facilities in terms of shopping, eat-outs, hospitals, clinics, police stations and many more services that are required by the people of a particular locality. Most of the area or localities of Mangalore are well developed with all the modern forms of well-knit transport and living.

There are some areas that are still not developed because of the fact that such areas do not possess any scopes of development in the form of tourist places or industries. These areas are mainly the villages of Mangalore where people still practice the old methods of living their lives and the people are also found to be backed by the rituals and the traditions of a certain region. The towns, areas and localities of Mangalore are very well-maintained by the Mangalore City Corporation and at the same time people are not found facing any problem with the basic amenities that are required on a daily basis. Most of the localities or the areas in Mangalore do possess great places for hanging out with friends and family.

Temples in Mangalore
Temple of Mangalore illuminated at night

Popular Localities / Areas in Mangalore

 Each and every locality or area in Mangalore has been detailed below along with some of the localities or areas have a brief description of the tourist attractions that they possess. The localities or the areas of Mangalore are the following:
  • Addur: Addur is situated in Mangalore Taluk of the district called Dakshina Kannada in the state of Karnataka.
  • Adyapady: Adyapady is a small village located in the Mangalore Taluk of the district called Dakshina Kannada in the state of Karnataka.
  • Aikala: Aikala is also a small village located very close to the town named Kinnigoli and is found to be sited in the Mangalore Taluk of the district called Dakshina Kannada in the state of Karnataka. This village is commonly called Pompei in Konkani language.
  • Ajekar: Ajekar is a very small village located at Valikunja foot in the Karkal Taluk of a district called Udupi in Mangalore. This village is located at a distance of 40 kilometers from the place Udupi. The village Ajekar is also known as Marne Grama and it is governed by the Grama Panchayat. In Karnataka, people even call it Ajekaru in Kannada language. Kemanj was also a very old name that was used for this village.
  • Attavar: Attavara or Attavar is a locality in the city of Mangalore that is famous for its high rise buildings of which Casa Grande Mall is the most popular.
  • Badagaulipady: Badagaulipady is situated in Mangalore Taluk of the district called Dakshina Kannada in the state of Karnataka.
  • Balehanoor: Balehanoor is situated in Mangalore Taluk of the district called Dakshina Kannada in the state of Karnataka.
  • Bejai: Bejai is situated in Mangalore Taluk of the district called Dakshina Kannada in the state of Karnataka.
  • Beluvai: Beluvai is situated in Mangalore Taluk of the district called Dakshina Kannada in the state of Karnataka.
  • Bolar: Bolar is a small locality in the city of Mangalore that is famous for its possession of the Mangaladevi Temple that has rendered its name to the city of Mangalore. Bolar is a residential area of Mangalore.
  • Bondel: Bondel is a small locality in the city of Mangalore.
  • Deralakatte: Deralakatte is a very small village that is located in the outskirts of the city of Mangalore in the Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka. Previously, Deralakatte was a small hillock with a minuscule population. The village is located on the way towards Mangalore University.
  • Derebail: Derebail is a small locality in the city of Mangalore
  • Falnir: Falnir is a posh locality of the city of Mangalore in Karnataka.
  • Farangipet: Farangipet is also a locality in Mangalore that boasts of possessing the first and the most famous church in Mangalore namely Monte Mariano Church. The locality also possesses a mosque and a temple very close to the church. Farangipet is an area in Mangalore that is developing very fast and is lies between two major cities B.C Road and Mangalore.
  • Gurupura: Gurupura is a petite town that is located in the outskirts of Mangalore in Karnataka. Gurupura is located on the shores of Phalguni River which is also called the Gurupura River. This town lies at a distance of 15 kilometers from the city of Mangalore.
  • Haleangadi: Haleangadi which can also be called Haleyangady is situated in Mangalore Taluk of the district called Dakshina Kannada in the state of Karnataka. It serves as a junction on National Highway 66 connecting Cochin to Panvel.
  • Hampankatta: Hampankatta is an area that is named after Shri Happanna Poojary and is famous for its shopping complexes and stalls.
  • Harekala: Harekala is a small locality in the city of Mangalore.
  • Hoige Bazaar: Hoige Bazaar is an area in Mangalore that possesses some very old factories of roof tiles. This area also consists of a branch of College of Fisheries and is basically an area meant for residents. Hoige Bazaar used to be a bustling bazaar during the 1950s when the tile industry of Mangalore was in very good shape.
  • Jeppu: Jeppu is an area in Mangalore city of Karnataka located on the edge of Netravati River. National Highway 17 is found to pass through Jeppu. The meaning of Jeppu in the Tulu language is sleep.
  • Kadri: Kadri is a place in Mangalore that falls under the limits of the Corporation. The most popular Kadri Manjunath Temple is located in Kadri. Kadri is also very popular for the annual race of buffaloes called Kambala. The localities that are found very close to Kadri are Derebail and Balebail.
  • Kalladka: Kalladka is a tiny village in the Bantwal Taluk of the state of Karnataka and this village is well-known for its tea produce.
  • Kankanady:  Kankanady is a small locality in the city of Mangalore.
  • Kinnigoli: Kinnigoli is also a petite town that is located in the Mangalore Taluk at a distance of 32 kilometers from the Mangalore city, 8 kilometers from a place called Mulki, 5 kilometers from a place called Kateel and 17 kilometers from Mangalore International Airport. Kinnigoli is a town in Mangalore that is developing very fast.
  • Kodaikal: Kodaikal is a small locality in the city of Mangalore.
  • Kodialbail: Kodialbail is an area in Mangalore that lies at a distance of 2 kilometers from Hampankatta. This place accommodates some of the most well-known educational institutes found in Mangalore and even the Stock Exchange of Mangalore.
  • Konaje: Konaje is a luxurious green village located in the Mangalore Taluk of Karnataka. The Dakshina Kannada Zila Panchayat looks after the governance of Konaje. Mangalore University is also located in Konaje and it is found on the top of a hill.
  • Krishnapura: Krishnapura is a small village of Mangalore that is located very close to Surathkal. This village falls under the Mangalore City Corporation limits and it lies at a distance of 3 kilometers from Surathkal.
  • Kudroli: Kudroli is a small locality in the city of Mangalore.
  • Kudupu: Kudupu is an area that falls under the management of the Mangalore City Corporation and it lies at a distance of 12 kilometers from Mangalore city. The place is very famous for its possession of Shri Ananta Padmanabaha Temple.
  • Kulai: Kulai is a small ward under the Mangalore City Corporation limits and it is located very close to the Surathkal town. The entire area was found to be covered by coconut gardens, forest and paddy fields in the past but at present it has changed into a commercial and residential area of Mangalore. The place is also famous for its possession of Shri Vishnumurthy Temple.
  • Kulshekara: Kulshekara is a small locality in the city of Mangalore.
  • Kulur is a small locality in the city of Mangalore.
  • Lalbagh: Lalbagh lies at a distance of 3 kilometers towards Hampankatta and it is supposed to be the most happening place of Mangalore at present. The head office of Mangalore City Corporation is situated in Lalbagh.
  • Makodu: Makodu is a small locality in the city of Mangalore.
  • Manjanady: Manjanady is a village in the city of Mangalore.
  • Maryhill: Maryhill is a small locality in the city of Mangalore. the area is found to be located in the central division of Mangalore. the main language of this area is Tulu while Kannada and Konkani are the other languages spoken by the people of this area. Maryhill is basically a suburban area in Mangalore.
  • Morgan’s Gate: Morgan’s Gate is basically a suburb in Mangalore and it lies at a distance of 4 kilometers towards the southwest part of the city of Mangalore. The place is well-known for its possession of the tile factory called Basel Mission which was founded in the year 1860. This place is sited very close to the Mangaladevi Temple that is located at Bolar.
  • Mukka: Mukka is also a suburb in Mangalore located on the shores of the Arabian Sea. Previously Mukka was known for its beach which at present has completely escaped the attention of the public.
  • Nanthoor: Nanthoor is a small locality in the city of Mangalore.
  • Pakshikere: Pakshikere is a settlement that is found on the route from Haleyangady to Kinnigoli route. This settlement is found in the Dakshina Kannada district of the state of Karnataka. Pakshikere is the Kannada language means lake of birds or bird’s lake. Pakshikere is also famous for its possession of St. Jude Church.
  • Pandeshwar: Pandeshwar is a petite village in the city of Mangalore. Corporation Bank Headquarters are located at Pandeshwar.
  • Pavoor: Pavoor is a village in the Dakshina Kannada district of the state of Karnataka.
  • Pejavara: Pejavara is also a village that is sited in the district of Dakshina Kannada in Karnataka. This village accommodates one of the eight ashta mathas that were established by the very famous Tatvavadha philosopher, Madhvacharya.
  • Permannur: Permannur is a small locality in the city of Mangalore.
  • Puthige: Puthige is a village in the Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka.
  • Singatagere: Singatagere is a locality in the city of Mangalore.
  • Surathkal: Surathkal is a developed suburb in Mangalore located on the National Highway 17 and it is a municipality that has been assimilated with the Mangalore City Corporation.
  • Talapady: Talapady is a village that serves as a border to Kerala. National Highway 17 that connects Mangalore to Kasaragod is found to be passing through Talapady. Kinya village is a village that is located very close to Talapady and it possesses Durga Parmeshawari temple.
  • Tenkayedapadayu: Tenkayedapadavu is Panchayat village of Mangalore in Karnataka which falls under the Mangalore Taluk of the district called Dakshina Kannada. This Panchayat possesses two villages namely Badagayedapadavu and Tenkayedapadavu.
  • Thiruvail: Thiruvail is a village in the Dakshina Kannada district of the state of Karnataka.
  • Thokottu: Thokottu is a developed town is the Mangalore Taluk of Karnataka and it is located on National Highway 17.
  • Ullal: Ullal is Panchayat town in the Dakshina Kannad district of Karnataka and it ranks amongst the oldest towns in the country. This town was ruled by the Portuguese in the 15th century and the ethos of its glorious past can be easily found in its beaches and several other parts.
  • Urwa: Urwa is residential area in Mangalore and it is famous for its possession of Mariyamma Temple which is also called Urwa Marigudi and various other famous educational institutions.
  • Vamanjoor: Vamanjoor is also a very petite town that falls under Mangalore City Corporation and it lies at a distance of 15 kilometers from the city of Mangalore.    
Mangalore is not a planned city but it is picturesque and at the same time beautifully landscaped with beaches and gardens.

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