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What is a Kitur module?

A KITUR module consists of a hot dipped galvanized steel chassis with a cement floor, walls and roof of Structural Insulated Panels (sandwich panel). The unique design of our chassis, prevents the house from having direct contact with the ground which protects from moisture entering the house as well as seismic activity.

Where is Kittur in Karnataka?

Kittur, historically as Kittoor, is a taluka in the Belagavi district of the Indian state of Karnataka. It was part of Bailhongal taluka but was declared as an independent taluka on 23 October 2012 by the Chief Minister of Karnataka on the inauguration of Kittur Utsav.

Who was the first ruler of Kittur?

In the 18th century, Kittur was ruled by the Marathas, until the Third Anglo-Maratha War, when it came under British suzerainty. Kittur was ruled by Mallasaraja in the early 19th century.

Are Kitur modular homes priced including transportation and installation in Portugal?

All KITUR Modular Homes are priced including transportation and installation in Continental Portugal, however we will look at projects outside of Continental Portugal on a case by case basis. Do I need to prepare the site for Installation of my KITUR Modular Home? If so, how much does it cost?

Who was the first king of Kittur?

In the 18th century, Kittur was ruled by the Marathas, until the Third Anglo-Maratha War, when it came under British suzerainty. Kittur was ruled by Mallasaraja in the early 19th century. His only son predeceased him, and subsequently, he was succeeded by his wife, Queen Chennamma.

What was the situation in Kittur under British rule?

The state of Kittur came under the administration of Dharwad collectorate in charge of Mr. Thackeray. Mr. Chaplin was the commissioner of the region. Both did not recognize the new ruler and the regent, and informed that Kittur had to accept the British regime. Rani Chennamma and the local people opposed strongly British high handedness.

What is the history of Kittur palace?

The palace was the residence of the Rani Chennamma. In the 18th century, Kittur was ruled by the Marathas, until the Third Anglo-Maratha War, when it came under British suzerainty. Kittur was ruled by Mallasaraja in the early 19th century.

Who was Kittur Chennamma?

Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa inaugurated Kittur Utsav in Kittur. The three-day festivities included sports, cultural programmes and lectures on the kingdom of Rani Channamma. Kittur Chennamma (1778 – 1829) was an Indian freedom fighter and Rani of the Kittur, a former princely state in Karnataka.

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