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Tokur, India
Tokur, India
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Tokur, India
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Tokur, India
Tokur, India (India)
Coordinates: 12°57′47″N74°49′44″E / 12.96306°N 74.82889°E / 12.96306; 74.82889
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
State Karnataka
  Type Panchayati raj (India)
  Body Gram panchayat
  Official Kannada
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)

Tokur is a small village in coastal district Dakshina Kannada in Karnataka state, India. [1] Tokur is between Mangalore and Udupi. Tokur Railway Station is the 58th station on Konkan Railway. Tokur is the main industrial area in Mangalore. Bajpe Airport is near Tokur. Panambur ship yard and petroleum production area is the main areas in Mangalore

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  1. Rajasekhar, D.; Sreedhar, G. (28 September 2002). "Changing Face of Beedi Industry: A Study in Karnataka". Economic and Political Weekly. 37 (39): 4024. Retrieved 6 February 2024. Three of the selected villages (Ulaibetta, Kalliga and Tokur) are rural.