About Davanagere

Davanagere is a city in the centre of the southern Indian state of Karnataka. It is the sixth largest city in the state, and the administrative headquarters of eponymous Davangere District. 

About Mangalore

Mangalore is the central port city of the Indian province of Karnataka. It is situated around 352 km west of the state capital, Bangalore, between the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats mountain run. It is the second real city in Karnataka state in all perspectives after the capital city Bangalore. It is the main city in Karnataka to have all methods of transport — Air, Road, Rail and Sea alongside 5 other real urban areas in India. It is otherwise called the Gateway of Karnataka. It is the biggest city in the Tulu Nadu locale of Karnataka. Mangalore is the second best business goal in Karnataka after Bangalore and thirteenth best in India. The number of inhabitants in the urban agglomeration was 623,841, as indicated by the temporary aftereffects of the 2011 national evaluation of India. 

Mangalore created as a port in the Arabian Sea amid old occasions and turned into a noteworthy port of India. This port handles 75 percent of India's espresso and cashew trades. The port is utilized as an arranging point for ocean traffic along the Malabar Coast. This waterfront city was governed by a few noteworthy forces, including the Kadambas, Alupas, Vijayanagar Empire, Keladi Nayaks and the Portuguese. In the long run added by the British in 1799, Mangalore remained some portion of the Madras Presidency until India's freedom in 1947. The city was bound together with the province of Mysore in 1956.

Mangalore is the central port city of the Indian province of Karnataka. It is situated around 352 km west of the state capital, Bangalore, between the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats mountain run. It is the second real city in Karnataka state in all perspectives after the capital city Bangalore. It is the main city in Karnataka to have all methods of transport — Air, Road, Rail and Sea alongside 5 other real urban areas in India. It is otherwise called the Gateway of Karnataka. It is the biggest city in the Tulu Nadu locale of Karnataka. Mangalore is the second best business goal in Karnataka after Bangalore and thirteenth best in India. The number of inhabitants in the urban agglomeration was 623,841, as indicated by the temporary aftereffects of the 2011 national evaluation of India. 

Mangalore created as a port in the Arabian Sea amid old occasions and turned into a noteworthy port of India. This port handles 75 percent of India's espresso and cashew trades. The port is utilized as an arranging point for ocean traffic along the Malabar Coast. This waterfront city was governed by a few noteworthy forces, including the Kadambas, Alupas, Vijayanagar Empire, Keladi Nayaks and the Portuguese. In the long run added by the British in 1799, Mangalore remained some portion of the Madras Presidency until India's freedom in 1947. The city was bound together with the province of Mysore in 1956.

Travel Operators From Davanagere to Mangalore

Davanagere Boarding Points

  • Davanagere
  • PB Road
  • PB Road Hotel Tara Plaza
  • Davanagere Byepass
  • Opp KSRTC Bus stand
  • Sai International
  • Bapuji Hospital Cross
  • Stadium Haddadi Road
  • Police Station Rural
  • ITI Collage
  • Vani Rice Mill More Retail Shop
  • TV Station
  • Vigyan Nagar Last Stop
  • Vigyan Nagar Shiva Temple
  • Vigyan Nagar 1st Bus Stop
  • Coffee Day Davanagere
  • Bapuji Engineering Collage
  • Bapuji Ladies Hostel
  • Laxmi Flour Mill
  • Gundi Circle
  • Vidharti Bhavan
  • Jayadev Circle
  • AVK Road Ladies Hostel
  • Railway Station Davanagere
  • Old Bus Stand Davanagere
  • Gandhi Circle
  • KSRTC Bus Stand
  • Bapuji CBSC High School
  • Hiriyur
  • Opp Old Annapoorna Hotel
  • Opp Ksrtc Bus Stand
  • Beside Ksrtc Bus Stand
  • harihara
  • Near New Apoorva Hotel
  • Davangere Byepass
  • Davangere
  • Davanagere
  • Darshan Complex
  • Davanaegre Bus Stand
  • Davanaegre CDP
  • Davanagere Bus Stand
  • Davanagere CDP
  • DAVANAGERE
  • Davanagere Bye Pass
  • Reymond Show Room
  • Davanagere S R E Travels
  • Davangere
  • Davanagere Matha
  • davangere
  • Davanagere

Mangalore Droping Points

  • KPT Circle
  • MANGALOORU PVS (NEAR V.R.L OFFICE/08254-230035,232435,234835,
  • MANGALOORU MILAGREECE (NEAR CHRUCH) /08254-230035,,9886843135
  • Moodbidri - Anand Officer Old Bus Stand Near Petrol Pump
  • Karkala - Near Karkala Bypass
  • Nitte - Near Nitte Bus Stop
  • Belman - Near Belman Bus Stop
  • Manchakal - Near Manchakal Bus Stop
  • Udupi - Udupi Katpady
  • Udupi - Opp Karavali Hotel
  • Urva Store 08244254135
  • Kottar Infosys
  • KPT
  • DERALAKATTE. K S HEGDE HOSPTAL
  • main junction
  • Bc road
  • farangipete junction
  • adyar shayadri collage
  • railway station
  • urra store
  • infosys kottara chowki
  • kottara chawki
  • kulur
  • b c roda
  • P VS CIRCLE
  • Infosys
  • Ladyhaill
  • Tumbe
  • Talapady Bus Stop (M)
  • Ullala (M)
  • Thokkottu (M)
  • Bijai
  • Alape Bus Astand
  • P V S CITY PALAZA
  • OPP KSRTC NEAAR BIG BAZAR
  • Honnakatte Mangalore
  • Honnakatte Mangalore
  • Uchila
  • BALLAL BAGH BUS STOP
  • Surathkal Opp Govindas College
  • MANGALORE PUMP WELL
  • BYNDORE
  • MANJALPALKE BUS STOP
  • NITTE BUS STOP
  • BELVAI OPP STD
  • MOODABIDRI NEAR NAVAMI TRAVELS
  • BEJAI OPP: BHARATH MALL PH 0824 - 2215909
  • BC ROD
  • padil bustand
  • hampankatta old bustand

Bus Types From Davanagere To Mangalore

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