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Welcome to Gadag-Betageri City Municipal Council
Public Grievance Redressal Helpline Number : 08372-278504
President and vice president election held on 10-03-2014 and elected Smt. Smt. Karkalamatti Rudravva Yamanurappa as a president and Shri. Krishna Parasappa Parapur as a vice president
COMPUTERIZATION: We are very happy to intimate the citizens of Gadag-Betageri city that we have computerized the Birth and Death Records from 1995 to till date under state Government Nirmala Nagar computerization scheme, from now on wards citizens are requested to visit the citizen service centre at the office for registration and getting of Birth and Death certificates by paying service fee. Citizens are requested to make use of this facility.
History of Gadag-Betageri :Gadag-Betageri is one of the 57 Karnataka cities in the Nirmala Nagara - Municipal eGovernance project. On Aug 15th 2005 each of the 57 cities will get a comprehensive website as well as the Public Grievance & Redressal module. Other important modules to be launched by June 2006 are Property Tax, Financial Accounting GIS(Geographical Information System) Mapping, Birth & Death Certification, and Ward Works. Nirmala Nagara project is a partnership between the Urban Development Dept, eGovernments Foundation & Survey of India. These computer based systems coupled with Govt. process re-engineering and GIS(Geographical information system) digital mapping will provide transparency and accountability and smoother delivery of services to citizens of Karnataka. Your feedback and inputs are greatly appreciated. Please send inputs to email@example.com
Gadag is a city in Karnataka state in India. It is the administrative headquarters of Gadag District. Gadag and its sister city Betageri (or Betgeri) have a combined city administration,Gadag immediately brings to mind the name of Naranappa, popularly known as Kumara Vyasa, the author of Karnata Bharata Kathamanjari. It is the classic Mahabharata in Kannada. Naranappa was born in the nearby village of Koliwada. He composed his work sitting before Lord Veera Narayana, his chosen deity. The temples of Veera Narayana and Trikuteshwara are places of religious and historic importance. The blind singer Ganayogi Panchakshari Gawayi belonged to Gadag. His music school (Veereshwara Punyashrama) is famous. The Tontadarya Matha of the Veerashaiva sect of Hinduism is engaged in many educational and literary activities in and around Gadag.
There is a legend about Gadag that if you throw a stone in town it would either land at a printing press or on a handloom. Gadag has a lot of printing presses including the "Honbali Brothers and the Shabadi Math Printing Press. Betgeri, which is an adjacent town to Gadag, is famous for handlooms.
Gadag has been a important seat of Hindustani music in north Karnataka, and is home to the Hindustani singer Pandit Bhimsen Joshi.
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