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Brief History Of Mangaluru City:        

Mangaluru is an important city in Karnataka and is situated on the west coast. After integration the city is developing fast in all directions viz. in the field of education, industry and commerce. Mangaluru is located at 12°-52’N latitude and 74°-49’E longitude. The city is located in the confluence of Nethravathi and Gurupura rivers. It is bound in the east by the Western Ghats and in the west by the Arabian Sea. Three National Highways viz., NH-66 linking Panvel and Kanyakumari, NH-48 linking Mangaluru and Bengaluru, NH-169 linking Mangaluru and Solapur pass through the city. An International Airport is located at Bajpe, which is 15 km from city .The name Mangalore is the anglicised version of Mangaluru, the name for the city in the local Kannada language. The Malayalam language variant of the same is Mangalapuram. One of the earliest references to this name is made by Pandya King Chettian, who called the city as Managalapuram in 715 AD. Yet another historical reference is by the 11th century Arabian traveler Ibn Batuta, whose chronicles refer to Mangalore as Manjarur. This variation in spelling is attributed to the pronunciation gap between and Arabic and the local language.
It is believed that the city derived its name from the temple of Goddess Mangaladevi. Mangaluru literally means the city of Mangala According to legend Matsyendranatha, one of the important propounders of the Nath cult had arrived at Mangalore with the princess of Kerala, Premaladevi. He named her Mangaladevi. It is believed that they could not proceed further as Mangaladevi died after a brief period of illness and a temple was consecrated in her name at Bolar. Later the Mangaladevi was renovated by the Alupa king Kundavarma in 968 AD.
In the native Tulu language, the city is known as Kudla meaning junction as the city is situated at the confluence of the two rivers Netharavathi and Phalguni. The Konkani language variant of this Kodial. The region covering Mangalore is known locally as Tulunadu, on account of the predominance of Tulu language

 

Computerised schemes :

(Asthi- Property Tax Information Portal):

Properties Belongs to 60 wards within Mangaluru City Corporation limits are Live on 20/03/2015. Citizen can view thier Property Details online by searching the Key parameters like Municipal Door Number, PId,etc 

Here to Go http://www.mangalorecity.mrc.gov.in/ptisnn/public/citizenIndex.jsp

(Birth and Death Online Application):

FY 2010 and thereafter Birth & Death Records are Online . Public can view their status though our website. Official website is  www.mangalorecity.mrc.gov.in

(PGR- Grievance Portal):

The Public can register their complaints to Mangaluru City Corporation Public Greivance Redressal Cell(PGR cell) which is located in entrance of main door. Here complaints are registered via Tollfree (155313) or through Telephone 2220306. For more details visit our website

www.mangalorecity.gov.in > Grievances

(ULB Website Portal):

Mangaluru City Corporation Official website is www.mangalorecity.mrc.gov.in   Here Public can get details/information pertained to office by visiting a website.

 

Contact Address:

MANGALURU CITY CORPORATION

M.G.ROAD,LALBAUG, MANGALORE -575003

Telephone-0824-2220310

Fax-0824-2220309

EMAIL:commissioner.mcc@gmail.comitstaff_ulb_mangalore11@yahoo.in

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