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The Town of Sidlaghatta .

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First Online: April 01, 2005
Page Last Updated: May 09, 2017

The town of Sidlaghatta (a.k.a. Shidlaghatta and Sidalghatta) is located in Kolar district of  Karnataka state , bordering the state of Andhra Pradesh. The local language, this consists of both Kannada and Telugu dialects. In addition, the population (about 120,000 in year 2005) includes a number of Gypsies who have settled in nearby villages, who bring their own language and traditions to the area.

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On Way to Sidlaghatta
On Way to Sidlaghatta

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Silk Rearing in Sidlaghatta
Silk Rearing in Sidlaghatta

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