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|• Body||Village Panchayat|
|Time zone||UTC+5:30 (IST)|
|Civic agency||Village Panchayat|
Economy[edit source | edit]
Abbalagere was once known for tobacco production. The Central Tobacco market yard has been operated in the village for many years. However, in 2006-2007, former Prime Minister and Member of Parliament of Hassan, H. D. Deve Gowda (a member of the Central Tobacco board) shifted the market to his district Hassan (Ramanathapuram). After the relocation, all farmers residing in Shimoga taluk, Chikmagalur, and Davangere left the tobacco industry.
Location[edit source | edit]
The Naval KSSCA Cricket Stadium is near Abbalagere village. ESSAR PETROL Bunk working at abbalagere serves 24*7 basis. Government Employes association layout constructed.
Education[edit source | edit]
Nearby educational institutions include the Jawaharlal Nehru National Engineering College, the Bapuji Ayurvedic College, National Public School, Girimaji N Rajgopal Institute of Management, and the University of Agricultural and Horticultural Sciences. The village also has one public primary school and one public high school.
Religion[edit source | edit]
The Ujjain Eshwara temple regularly holds a Parav festival.
Demographics[edit source | edit]
The village has a diverse population. It has Lingayath, Tamils, mixed-race Banjar people and other mixed-race people. Land prices are somewhat costly due to its proximity to Shimoga. The Abbalagere stretched recently through new colonies. Ratnagiri layout and Ratnakar Nagar layout started approximately 100 and 300 residential areas opposite to Tobacco market and Method Road cross, respectively. The Ratnagiri and Ratnakara layout easily connects Shimoga city jurisdiction with Abbalagere panchayath area.
Politics[edit source | edit]
Transport[edit source | edit]
A city bus began operation in 1994. A single city bus runs the Gopala-Jayanagar-Navile-Abbalagere-Hounsou route seven times per day. All private buses from Shimoga private bus stop towards Savalanga, Nyamathi, Shika Ripura, Soraba, Honnali, and Holalur routes stop at Abbalagere. In 2017, Shimoga Mahanagar Palika started KSRTC city bus services from Abbalagere to Sakrebailu and other routes.
Population[edit source | edit]
|Census parameter||Census data|
|Total no. of houses||373|
|Female population %||49.2% (727)|
|Total literacy rate %||60.4% (894)|
|Female literacy rate||26.2% (388)|
|Scheduled Tribes population %||6.8% (101)|
|Scheduled Caste population %||24.6% (364)|
|Working population %||48.3%|
|Child (0-6) population in 2011||141|
|Female child (0-6) population % in 2011||56.7% (80)|
References[edit source | edit]
- "Census of India : List of Villages Alphabetical Order > Karnataka". Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India. Retrieved 18 December 2008. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)[permanent dead link] , Census Village code= 1269100
- "Yahoo! maps India :". Archived from the original on 18 December 2008. Retrieved 17 April 2009. Abbalagere, Shimoga, Karnataka
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