Tulu Nadu

Tulu Nadu is a Tulu-speaking region spread over parts of present Karnataka and Kerala States of India. It consists of the Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts of Karnataka and the northern parts of the Kasaragod district of Kerala up to the Payaswini River. Mangalore (Kudla), Udupi (Odipu) and Kasaragod (Kasrodu) are its important cities.

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Mangaloreans - History
... Historically, Tulu Nadu included the two separate lands of Haiva and Tuluva ... The Bunt, Brahmin migration to Tulu Nadu might have happened during the lifetime of the Kadamba king Mayuravarma at 345 AD ... During the rule of the Vijayanagara dynasty, Tulu Nadu was administered in two parts—Mangaluru Rajya and Barakuru Rajya ...
Tulu Nadu - Notable People
... rani abbakka devi - the great queen of tulu nadu who repelled Portuguese attack V ... Journalist, founder and editor of the Dalit Voice Abbakka Rani — Chowta queen of Tulu Nadu who opposed the Portuguese in the latter half of the 16th ...
Billava - Language
... There is a complex linguistic environment in Tulu Nadu, which is the area of India to which the Billavas trace their origin ... A compact geographic area, Tulu Nadu lies on the coastal belt of Karnataka and Kerala and has natural boundaries in the form of the Arabian Sea, the hills of the Western Ghats and the rivers Suvarna and ... traditionally to be found there—for example, Tulu, Kannada, Malayalam, Konkani and Marathi—it is the first two of these that are common throughout ...
Aladangady
... Aladangady or Aladangadi is located in the state of Tulu Nadu of India ... The area is famous for yakshagana Mela (a kind of Tulu Musical drama ... Mudabidri, Karkala, and the major Cities of Tulu Nadu state - Kudla and Udupi ...