Manjeshwara, Manjeshwaram, Bangra Manjeshwara
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|Coordinates: 12°43′35″N 74°53′13″E / 12.72639°N 74.88694°E / 12.72639; 74.88694Coordinates: 12°43′35″N 74°53′13″E / 12.72639°N 74.88694°E / 12.72639; 74.88694|
|• Official||Malayalam, Kannada, English|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
Manjeshwaram is the northern tip of Kerala, bordering Karnataka. It is a small coastal village in Kasaragod district in the Indian state of Kerala. It is 21 km from Mangalore ( Kudla in Tulu ) town. Srimad Anantheshwara Temple is situated in Manjeshwar. Manjeshwar is also called 'Pancha Bhasha bhumi' means land of five languages namely Malayalam, Tulu, Urdu, Konkani and Kannada. In 2007, the Government set up a Tulu academy.
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