Ganjimutt is a developing residential village in the city of Mangalore, Karnataka. It belongs to the Dakshina Kannada district. Ganjimutt is located between Mangalore and Mudubidri and is located at a distance of 20 km from Mangalore. The place is well known for its diverse population of different religious beliefs.
Places to Stay
There are a number of hotels near the Ganjimutt, mostly in Mangalore city. The rate of accommodation may vary according to preferences and budget. Some of the hotels are The Ginger Hotel (Tariff - Rs. 3000) and Moti Mahal (Tariff - Rs. 4000).
The local spoken language in the village is Tulu. Other commonly spoken languages include Konkani, Kannada, Beary Bashe and Urdu.
There is a Jamia Masjid in Ganjimutt where Id-Ul-Fitr is celebrated in October-November. The Krishi Food Festival is also held around Ganjimutt every year.
Places of Interest
There are a lot of religious spots in and around Ganjimutt – the Jamia Masjid in Ganjimutt, Bramha Balandi Temple (7 km) and Nurool Uloom, which is also known as "the white mosque".
How to Get There
The Mangalore airport at Bajpe is the nearest major airport to Ganjimutt. It lies at a distance of 8 km.
The Mangalore railway station is the nearest major railway station to Ganjimutt. It lies at a distance of 20 km.
There are regular buses running from Bangalore, Goa, Hyderabad, Chennai, Dharwad, Hubli etc. The best bus operators who effortlessly provide quick and easy services are Ganesh Tours and Travels, VRL Travels. While booking bus tickets you can get bus booking discount if you book your tickets well in advance. Ticketgoose.com’s bus booking online service is the best way to buy your bus tickets.