Kasargod District is one of the 14 districts in the state of Kerala, India. Kasaragod became part of Kannur district, Kerala following the reorganisation of states and formation of Kerala in November 1, 1956. Kasaragod was declared as a district on 24 May 1984. Now Kasargod is the northernmost and also the last (14th) district in the State; comprising Kasaragod and Hosdurg taluks.
Kasaragod is world-renowned for its coir and hand-loom industries. It is a region where three ‘dream-lands’ Kerala, Tulunadu and Coorg meet. The district has a coastline of around 29.3 kilometers and a very vast midland. It also consists of high mountain ranges like the Ranipuram-Kottencheri belt. The district is filled with rivers, hillocks, beaches, shrines and forts. Kasaragod District is unique for its linguistic culture is also known as “Sapthabhasha Sangamabhoomi” as seven major languages are spoken here.
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