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1) Ashray Akruti Foundation for disabled, 2) Late Wamanrao Oka Raktapedhi (Blood Bank), 3) Yamagarwadi school for nomadics, 4) Education of tribal zone in Thane.
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Brief About Udupi District
Udupi district was created in August 1997 the three northern taluks, Udupi, Kundapur and Karkal, were separated from Dakshina Kannada district to form Udupi district. The administrative headquarters of Udupi district is Udupi. Population (2001) 1,109,494, a 6.88% increase from 1991. The primary languages of Udupi district are Tulu, Kannada, and Konkani. Udupi and Dakshina Kannada districts are sometimes referred to as Tulu Nadu, as they constitute the Tulu-majority region. Udupi restaurants that are popular all over India and have found its way into other countries also. Udupi restaurants are typically south Indian vegetarian restaurants. Icon of Lord Krishna installed at the Krishna Mutt in Udupi.[edit] The AshTa MaThas of Udupi Udupi is known for the Krishna Mutt(Temple of Lord Krishna). The Krishna Mutt was founded by the Saint Shri Madhvacharya. The daily sevas(offerings to god) and administration of the Krishna Mutt is managed by the Ashta Mathas (8 temples). Each of the Ashta Mathas perform temple management activities for 2 years in a cyclical order. During the 'Paryaya' festival, the temple management is handed over to the next Matha. Each of the Mathas is headed by a Swami. Udupi, along with Shringeri is among those places where large number of sanskrit scholars are found in India.