Mangalore, once a rustic village, now a spreading city, on the Western Coast of Southern India, reaching into the Arabian Sea. A City known for it's hospitality coffee, nuts, pepper and cloth. The tradition of the people is a strong will to resist change. Early trade was with Persian and Arab merchants, the Portuguese and the Nayaka princes fought many a battle, later Haidar Ali made Mangalore his base for ship building, and there was a great resistance when Tippu Sultan took over from his father. Famous for its Ganesh Bidis, tobacco leaf dried and tied with a cotton thread.
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- Mangalore International Airport (IXE) / 10.3 miles
- Mysore Airport (MYQ) / 126.5 miles
- Calicut International Airport (CCJ) / 138.2 miles
* Not all airports listed here may be open to public use, or service commercial flights